The Companies Act, 2013 has 470 sections spread over 29 chapters and 7 schedules appended to it whereas earlier it used to have 658 sections in the Companies Act, 1956. Thus 188 sections of the old companies Act, 1956 have been dropped in the Companies Act, 2013 to make it more compact and effective.
We are a complete operation corporate law firm with office in Delhi. Our experts can give you legal support for doing business in Delhi. Our team includes experienced startup lawyers who will work with you to providing commercial as well as value added advices. Our goal is to support your business and offer all legal advice that you need to succeed on a basis of a free arrangement.
Fixed Fees for Startups:
We have fixed fee arrangements for all of our work and this will give you transparency over costs. On our website you can submit details of the legal work you need completing, and we will let you know cost involved. (You should be aware of the various government filing fees, these are non-negotiable.)
Our Practice Areas:
- COMMERCIAL LAW
- COMPANY SECRETARY
- CORPORATE LAW
- DATA PROTECTION
- DISPUTE RESOLUTION
- EMPLOYMENT LAW
- LOANS, EQUITY, RESTRUCTURING AND FINANCING
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
- PROPERTY LAW
- SHARE OPTIONS TO INCENTIVISE YOUR STAFF & TAX OPPORTUNITY
Here in delhi, You could find lawyers who can work with you for equity. There is a problem with taking equity instead of money. If your lawyer becomes a shareholder in your business, that lawyer now has a conflict of interest in advising you. For example, suppose your company receives a nice acquisition offer from another company. The lawyer sees an opportunity to cash out, and may not represent you as vigorously in negotiating the deal. Or maybe the lawyer will advise you to go ahead and take the money, when the lawyer should be advising you to reject the deal for some reason. You need to identify your legal needs as early as possible, and put together a plan for how you will get them taken care of, and how you will pay for them. Just putting off hiring a lawyer for something because it will cost you money could be the most penny-wise, pound-foolish decision you make.