Breaking: Foreign Law Firms Case: SC upholds 'fly in fly out'; Foreign Law Firms cannot set up officesMarch 13 2018
The Supreme Court today upheld the Madras High Court and Bombay High Court judgments, with some modifications.
The judgment was rendered by a Bench of Justices AK Goel and UU Lalit in a batch of appeals filed against judgments of Madras and Bombay High Courts.
The Supreme Court held that the foreign law firms with foreign lawyers cannot set up offices in India. However, upholding the Madras High Court judgment, the court allowed foreign lawyers . . .
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