Dear Friends We are planning to appoint a lawyer for our company, can you pls tell me whats the procedure to appoint a lawyer?
From India, Madras

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Dear ektachakarvarti, We are not law firm, we are software company we need a lawyer on behalf of our company.
From India, Madras
Contact Corporate and Commercial Law Firms in your city and they will definitely hook you up with some lawyer.
From Pakistan, Karachi
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Dear Earlystar, First of all do you want to appoint a lawyer or an legal adviser for your company ? Please be specific.
From India, Bangalore
You may have to pay retainer ship and give a formal letter to the lawyer who has to accept your terms and conditions.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Friend,
Since you were plan to engage a Advocate/ Lawyer for your company. please let us describe the roll and responsibility of this lawyer, because if he is practice in the court, he can not be a employee of your company, either you can engages him as a consultant or adviser ( Not in company roll).

If required any assistant can do mail or call, ll help you out.

From India, Coimbatore
You must first know for what purpose a lawyer is needed. If you required in metro city then it is more so. There are specialist lawyer and even suoer specialist. Broadly lawyer can be classified in two categoery one practicing on civil side and another one practicing on criminal side. On civil side again it can be classified like one who deals with property/ land matter. Then ther are lawyer who practices commercial law. Then Tax practiconers.Labour law practcioners. Trade mark practcioners etcetra.
Then you can have lawyer who does litigation and those who does not do litigation. Litigation lawyer will attend court cases and represents client in court . A non litigationlawyer will advice on the matter but will not attend court.
I hope this is helpful to you.
Regards
P M Patel

From India, Mumbai
Dear Earlystar,
As u have mentioned you are looking for lawyer for software firm. First you need to understand what kind of work you will have, like agreement with your clients, agreement with your employees, to protect intellectual property rights, etc. Once you are sure with this then go for a law firm having lawyers practicing in all these fields.
If you need more specific information then please email me on
Adv. Prachiti

From India, Pune

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