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LAWGENICS LEGAL SERVICES is a leading full service multi-disciplinary solution oriented Indian law firm established with a motto of serving our clients in a successful and empathetic way.  The firm offers advisory, transactional, court-representation, legal drafting and mediation services.  With its main offices in Bengaluru and Andhra Pradesh, the firm has a multifarious clientele including individuals, companies, banks, financial institutions and realtors.   The firms’ diverse areas of practice include Criminal and Civil litigation, Dispute resolution and Arbitration, Employment and Service matters, Banking and Finance, Property and Family matters, Consumer and Competition, Corporate and Commercial laws.

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OUR TEAM of advocates led by Kishore Kumar Vyasarayani, a senior advocate.  He has been practicing in various litigations of Civil and Criminal Laws, Family Law, Motor Vehicle Law, Consumer Law, Corporate Law, Banking and Employment Laws. He practices in the High Court of Karnataka, Debt Recovery Tribunal of Karnataka, Consumer Forum of Karnataka, Commercial Court, Civil and Magistrate Courts in Bengaluru and various Courts in Andhra Pradesh.

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Lawgenics Legal Services


1. Criminal Matters
2. Civil & Property Matters
3. Family Matters
4. Banking & Finance Matters
5. Employment & Service Matters
6. Business &Corporate Matters


1. Legal Opinions
2. Legal Notice
3. Title Search, Drafting & Registration of property
4. Association & Society registrations
5. Vetting & Legal Audits for Financial institutions

Dispute Resolution

1. Mediation and Settlement of disputes
2. Arbitration

Legal Support Services

1. Legal Drafting
2. Preparing Arguments
3. Legal Training

Client Satisfaction

Our relationship with the clients is infused with principled integrity, honesty, accountability, consistency, and the tutelage of phenomenal leadership for effective execution of the duties.

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Legal Analysis

Legal analysis is the process of identifying the issue or issues presented by a client’s facts and determining what law applies and how it applies; the process of applying the law to the facts of a case. It is an exploration of how and why a specific law does or does not apply.

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Legal Updates
S.258 CrPC | Magistrate Can Stop Proceedings When Presence Of Accused Cannot Be Secured Despite Best Efforts: Kerala High Court
The Kerala High Court made it clear that Section 258 CrPC empowered a Magistrate to...
One Investor Cannot Accuse Another Investor Of Cheating If Business Runs Into Losses: Karnataka High Court
The Karnataka High Court has held that an investor of a company cannot file case...
S.498A IPC | One Trivial Instance Not Sufficient For ‘Cruelty’: Supreme Court Quashes Case Against Husband’s Sisters & Cousins
The Supreme Court  while quashing the criminal proceedings for the offence of cruelty under Section...
Hindu Marriage Act | Trial Court Must Wait 18 Months Before Dismissing Plea U/S 13B Even If Parties Trying To Reunite: Karnataka High Court
The Karnataka High Court has held that under Section 13B (2) of the Hindu Marriage...