As a firm with its sights firmly set on the future, at Arthe we constantly look to find newer and better ways in which to function. This ranges from our practice areas, to our team development, the way in which we practice, and the atmosphere we foster in the office. Some of the initiatives are given below:

We have devoted time, energy and resources to cultivate areas of law which did not exist as areas of practice in the country. We believe that as an economy matures, it inevitably diversifies, giving rise to the need for regulatory reform and the rise of new laws. We have always stayed ahead of the curve, working on cyber laws and privacy before the IT sector grew to its current position of strength, and participating in the start-up boom with companies that are now called ‘unicorns’. Similarly, we have worked extensively on space laws, biotechnology and healthcare, sports laws, and other ‘niche’ areas of law – always being prepared for the changes taking place in the country.

We have worked with both Central and State Governments on the formation of and amendments to critical legislations. Members of our firm have served as expert members of the sub-committees under the Inter-Ministerialworking group on first Cyber Law and Cyber Forensics. The group accepted the Draft Act on Cyber Law, by the name, The Information Age Crimes 2002, for formulating the law. We have also contributed, in different ways, to The Haryana Gambling Act/Haryana Casino Bill, the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, The Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority for Greater Raipur Area Act, 2010’, and were called by the Government to assist in the amendments to the Copyright Act.

We promote a culture of holistic learning, and taking responsibility for your work product. As such, lawyers often review each others’ work in linked cases, litigation for corporate, corporate for white collar crimes, etc. ensuring that lawyers do not lose touch with their understanding of the vastness of law, while concentrating on their areas of law.

Law cannot be practiced as a job or treated as employment; lawyers are professionals who make a personal commitment every day, to deliver their best of every client they serve. Work has strict timelines and is often time-consuming; we therefore encourage our people to use the facilities provided for recreation, including sports facilities for playing cricket and table tennis.

We invest in our own organisation and its operations, while also respecting the expertise that external consultants and experts bring onto the table. We started a practice of getting management interns, to assist in various initiatives we implemented, including Knowledge Management, Document Management, Research and Data Analysis, Market Intelligence, Tracking Developments, etc. This has proved to be an invaluable support structure for our team.

Arthe law has pioneered the concept of Legal Audits in India. Adapting the process for Indian companies, we created the Observations – Evaluation – Solutions (OES) methodology, which thoroughly was formulated to conduct legal audirs across organisations including fortune 500 companies.

On premise incubator for start-ups – In keeping with a tradition of out-of-the-box thinking, we have often promoted promising start-ups by not only providing them with legal assistance but also offering them space in our offices, while they worked on ideas of a lifetime.

We promote a rigorous Continuous Legal Education program for all our lawyers, from the newest graduate to our Senior-most Partner. Lawyers are required to research on and write articles about developments in law. A 2500 sq. ft. office space is devoted to holding conferences and seminars, both internal and external, and is aptly called ‘Nalanda’ – our place of learning.

AT THE FOREFRONT OF DEVELOPING LAWS

We have devoted time, energy and resources to cultivate areas of law which did not exist as areas of practice in the country. We believe that as an economy matures, it inevitably diversifies, giving rise to the need for regulatory reform and the rise of new laws. We have always stayed ahead of the curve, working on cyber laws and privacy before the IT sector grew to its current position of strength, and participating in the start-up boom with companies that are now called ‘unicorns’. Similarly, we have worked extensively on space laws, biotechnology and healthcare, sports laws, and other ‘niche’ areas of law – always being prepared for the changes taking place in the country.

DRAFTING LAWS

We have worked with both Central and State Governments on the formation of and amendments to critical legislations. Members of our firm have served as expert members of the sub-committees under the Inter-Ministerialworking group on first Cyber Law and Cyber Forensics. The group accepted the Draft Act on Cyber Law, by the name, The Information Age Crimes 2002, for formulating the law. We have also contributed, in different ways, to The Haryana Gambling Act/Haryana Casino Bill, the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, The Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority for Greater Raipur Area Act, 2010’, and were called by the Government to assist in the amendments to the Copyright Act.

CROSS-PRACTICE REVIEWS

We promote a culture of holistic learning, and taking responsibility for your work product. As such, lawyers often review each others’ work in linked cases, litigation for corporate, corporate for white collar crimes, etc. ensuring that lawyers do not lose touch with their understanding of the vastness of law, while concentrating on their areas of law.

RECREATION FACILITIES

Law cannot be practiced as a job or treated as employment; lawyers are professionals who make a personal commitment every day, to deliver their best of every client they serve. Work has strict timelines and is often time-consuming; we therefore encourage our people to use the facilities provided for recreation, including sports facilities for playing cricket and table tennis.

USE OF MANAGEMENT INTERNS

We invest in our own organisation and its operations, while also respecting the expertise that external consultants and experts bring onto the table. We started a practice of getting management interns, to assist in various initiatives we implemented, including Knowledge Management, Document Management, Research and Data Analysis, Market Intelligence, Tracking Developments, etc. This has proved to be an invaluable support structure for our team.

LEGAL AUDIT

Arthe law has pioneered the concept of Legal Audits in India. Adapting the process for Indian companies, we created the Observations – Evaluation – Solutions (OES) methodology, which thoroughly was formulated to conduct legal audirs across organisations including fortune 500 companies.

ON PREMISE INCUBATOR FOR START-UPS

On premise incubator for start-ups – In keeping with a tradition of out-of-the-box thinking, we have often promoted promising start-ups by not only providing them with legal assistance but also offering them space in our offices, while they worked on ideas of a lifetime.

COMPREHENSIVE CLE

We promote a rigorous Continuous Legal Education program for all our lawyers, from the newest graduate to our Senior-most Partner. Lawyers are required to research on and write articles about developments in law. A 2500 sq. ft. office space is devoted to holding conferences and seminars, both internal and external, and is aptly called ‘Nalanda’ – our place of learning.

 

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