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Manu Shanker Mishra Full Service Law


M S Mishra Associates is a leading full service law firm headquartered in New Delhi. It has a world class publications division. Qualified Chartered Accountants are advisors as well as Mr. P. S Mishra, noted jurist


is a senior adviser. Manu Shanker Mishra


is the managing partner and with the dedicated team of professionals there is the ability to give comprehensive advise retaining its core competence in litigation. With offices in Delhi, Hyderabad, Ranchi and Patna the geographical reach is large. With good connections with international law firms and auditors cross boarder legal issues are dealt by the team effectively. The firm was incepted by Mr. P S Mishra as a lawyer


at Patna in 1960, it became M S Mishra Associates only in 1988 after Mr P S Mishra's elevation as a Judge in 1982. Beginning with gaining expertise in employment and service laws, criminal law and labor laws it expanded into corporate laws, competition laws, business laws in late 1990's and now has a daunting reputation in legal circles. Helping corporate clients, high net worth


individuals as well as doing a large amount of pro bono work it has helped and advised cross border litigation and dispute settlement. Championing human rights issues and public issues in pro bono work, the firm stands at an altogether different footing from other law firms. Financial and legal due diligence work done with seriousness substantially reduces legal risks for its corporate clients by helping them navigate the legal landscape. In legal audits the extent of desirable disclosure by clients of their contingent liabilities is matter of concern as it effects the detection of overtly threatened or pending litigation though we are able to state contractually assumed obligations and unasserted possible claims with civil and criminal liabilities to an extent along


Contact:


Manu Shanker Mishra M S Mishra Associates E-208, LGF, Greater Kailash II New Delhi-110048 India


Tel: +91(0) 11 29223799 Tel: +91(0) 29223060,


email: info@msmishraassoc.orgIndia fi MONTHLY MARCH 2011 25


with document vetting. We are able to comment on the company's capital requirements and the alternative strategies for money being raised and the issues triggered by these strategies. The legal audit includes an analysis of current operations, strategies, assets, and legal structures, as well as reviews of documentation procedures and employee policies. It is intended to analyze a company's legal needs as well as to determine what those needs might be in the future and to evaluate changes in legal requirements and new risks that may stem from changes to policies, objectives, or business structures. It includes on-site meetings and reviews of a range of pertinent documents and then provide written status report of the results of the audit. The legal audit touches upon contractual, compliance, regulatory and litigation audit exercise with an insight about systematic deficiencies that need to be addressed. Management of strategy differs from operational management as it is about management of the future direction of the organization. Market transformations are due in India is the general feeling although economic forecasts are good. The publishing division has published books like


Chogyal with a cult status, Methodological Frame of the field and Legum Baccalaureus. The publishing division is expected to grow manifold.


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