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Singh & Associates wins “Best Law Firm of the Year 2018”

December 2018

Singh & Associates wins “Best Law Firm of the Year 2018” Award at India Legal Summit & Awards 2018

  • The event was themed as Data Protection & Privacy

New Delhi, 11th December, 2018: Singh & Associates (S&A), a leading full-service law firm has won “Best Law Firm of the Year 2018” Award for its in-depth legal expertise and providing innovative solutions to complex legal issues at the 4th Edition of India Legal Summit & Awards 2018 organized by Biz Integration and supported by Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) and International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

The day-long event was themed as ‘Data Protection & Privacy’. The objective of the summit was to share ideas on India’s legal framework of India and provide strategies on efficiently managing legal strategy as a business process and witnessing assembly of the country's leading legal community.

The summit was inaugurated by Mr. Lalit Bhasin (President Society of Indian Law Firms and President of the Bar Association of India) and the welcome address for the awards was delivered by the Chief Guest, Soli Sorabjee (Former Attorney General of India).

Elated to receive the felicitation, Mr. Manoj K Singh, Founding Partner, Singh & Associates, said, "We are delighted with this recognition. It is an immense pleasure for our firm to have been recognized as the best full-service law firm. These achievements fully manifest our continuous commitment to strive for excellence in the legal sphere. We are grateful for our client’s support and we will keep on providing extensive, innovative and dedicated services to our clients and partners.

Along with global legal advisors and top executives, the event also saw the presence of the jury members who elected S&A for this award based on all-around performance of the firm in providing outstanding legal services. The jury panel comprised Soli Sorabjee, Tushar Mehta, Lalit Bhasin, Mahaveer Singhvi (Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, GOI), Pulin Kumar (Group Senior Legal & Compliance Director, Adidas India), B. Gopalakrishnan (Legal Advisor and Head - Legal Operations Group, Asset Reconstruction Company (India) Ltd.), Dr. Sanjeev Gemawat (Executive Director, Legal, Dalmia Bharat Group) and Subhadip Sarkar (Assistant Vice President, Cognizant Technology Solutions).

About Singh & Associates

Singh & Associates, Founder - Manoj K. Singh, Advocates and Solicitors is an ISO 9001:2015 certified full-service law firm with offices at New Delhi, Gurugram, Mumbai and Bengaluru. The Firm also has associate offices in various parts of the country and is well equipped to assist its clients on a pan-India basis. The firm has four major Practice Groups viz., Litigation and ADR, Contracts and Transactions, Corporate and Tax and Intellectual Property. Over the years, the firm has created its own niche nationally as well as internationally by providing quality legal services accompanied with excellent turnaround time and competitive fees. With an aim to provide a comprehensive array of services to both domestic and international clientele, the firm has 120 professionals including experienced lawyers (with in-house advocacy expertise), chartered accountants, company secretaries, trademark attorneys, patent attorneys, engineers, and specialized paralegal staff.


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