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Litigation is the process and practice of settling a dispute by filing or answering a complaint through public court system. It is the process of enforcing or defending an entity’s legal rights usually made in front of a judge between two opposing sides. The one whose right has been violated, is legally referred to as the plaintiff. In contrast, the other who is accused of violating the plaintiff’s legal rights is called the defendant.

In India, litigation is governed by various acts and provisions, including the Civil Procedure Code, the Criminal Procedure Code, the Indian Evidence Act, the Limitation Act, and other ancillary laws.

Litigation is a broad term which involves series of steps before, during, and after a lawsuit is filed.  One who deals with litigation should have right legal knowledge, practical and presentation skills.

Criminal Matters

  • Bail
  • Anticipatory bail
  • Criminal Trial
  • Motor Accidents
  • Cheque Bounce

Civil & Property Matters

  • Partition suits
  • Injunction suits
  • Declaration suits
  • Summary suits
  • Recovery suits
  • Breach of Contracts
  • Landlord – Tenant Issues
  • Compensation Claims

Family Matters

  • Divorce and matrimonial matters
  • Restitution of conjugal rights
  • Child custody & Guardian
  • Adoption
  • Domestic violence & Dowry harassment

Banking & Finance Matters

  • Debt recovery
  • Insurance claims
  • Bankruptcy & Insolvency
  • Mortgages

Employment & Service Matters

  • Salary dues
  • Retirement benefits
  • Illegal terminations
  • Labour laws
  • Harassment at workplace

Business &Corporate Matters

  • Contracts & Agreements
  • Competition
  • Partnerships, Mergers & acquisitions

Other Areas

  • Consumer Protection
  • Human Rights
  • Deficiency of Services
  • Real Estate
  • RERA
  • Senior Citizens Act


Legal Opinions

Opinion of a legal practitioner is about the application of the law to a particular set of facts and contains conclusions or recommendations. Legal opinions help to know the legality of a transaction and identify the legal risks that one should consider further.

Legal Notice

Through a legal notice, the sender informs the recipient about his intention of undertaking legal proceedings against the latter. It is usually sent through a legal practitioner notifying the receiver that the sender intends to file a lawsuit against him/her if the receiver does not comply with specific requirement.

Title Search & Drafting

Title Search Report is given by the Advocate tracing the history of a property and confirms the ownership of the property by verifying the title deeds, flow of title, public records and encumbrance certificates. It describes who the original owner of the property was, how the possession moved over a period of time before it reached the present owner.

Legal drafting is preparing the legal documents such as sale deeds, contracts, agreements and pleadings for use in legal proceedings by considering the relevant laws and regulations. It helps to determine the legal rights and obligations of the parties involved.

Registration Of Properties

Property registration is the process of registering documents related to property according to the Registration Act, When a property is transferred from one person to another, this transaction must be formalized through registration at sub-register’s office. Registration through advocate ascertains that the property is free from encumbrances and that the registration process is done as per legal requirements.

Association & Society Registrations

Registration of Societies formed by Memorandum of Association aims to promote and regulate various non-profit organizations working for charitable, literary, scientific, or social purposes.

Vetting & Legal Audits For Financial Institutions

Legal Vetting is conducted by the advocates after careful and critical examination of documents that have to be executed in terms of law while entering into contracts and agreements. It ensures the safeguards taken, monetary security and legal remedy whereas Legal Audit determines that the company or financial institute is abiding by the guidelines set by the Government.

Dispute Resolution

Mediation and Settlement Of Disputes

Mediation is a settlement process whereby disputing parties arrive at a mutually acceptable agreement. It is a mode of dispute resolution which is in practice in many countries. Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure as amended in the year 2002 has opened the scope for alternative dispute resolution i.e. arbitration, conciliation, mediation and pre-trial settlement methodologies. Mediation is one of the effective and well known alternative dispute resolution methods, which helps the litigants to resolve their disputes voluntarily and amicably with the assistance of a third party known as ‘Mediator’. The mediator by his skills assists the parties to settle their disputes. Through mediation proceeding parties arrive at an equitable solution and are always in win-win position. Mediation proceeding are informal process in which the mediator, as a third party without the power to decide or usually without enforcing a solution, helps the parties resolve a dispute or plan a transaction. This proceeding is usually voluntary, confidential, transparent and time and cost effective also. By this technique of dispute resolution, parties resolve their disputes without any agony and they also save their valuable time and expenses of litigation as well. Cases pertaining to recovery of money, rent, partition, matrimonial, labour, specific performance, damages, injunction, declaration, dispute between land-lord and tenant, cheque bounce cases, motor accident claim etc. and criminal cases covered under Section 320 Cr.P.C. are suitable for Mediation settlements.


Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that resolves disputes outside the judiciary courts where the parties in dispute agree to have their case heard by a qualified arbitrator out of the court. An Arbitrator is an independent person or body officially appointed to settle a dispute. Every civil and commercial dispute and matrimonial disputes such as divorce, restitution of conjugal rights, guardianship are capable of being settled by arbitration. Offences of criminal nature against State and high degree felonies committed by individuals cannot be dealt by arbitration.

The main difference between Mediation settlement and Arbitration is that A settlement is binding only when it is mutually agreed upon by both parties where as  The award given in an arbitration proceeding is binding on the parties and can be challenged only on some specific grounds.

Legal Support Services

Legal Drafting

Legal drafting is a skill that requires a comprehensive understanding of the relevant laws, regulations, and legal principles. It is the process of writing legal documents, such as petitions, memorandums, contracts, agreements, wills, deeds, and pleadings that are legally binding on the parties to such documents. Legal drafting should be in a clear, concise, and accurate manner and it is the ability to communicate complex legal concepts in plain language using appropriate legal terminology. The purpose of legal drafting is to convey legal rights and obligations in a way that can be easily understood by both legal professionals and the parties involved. It is important to

  1. Identify the facts that should be addressed in the document,
  2. Research the law implicated by the facts and subject matter and
  3. Use the law and facts to state the terms that will accomplish the client’s goals.

Preparation Of Arguments

A legal argument is presentation of information to the court in a specific way. A lawyer who brings a case to court must justify his or her case with arguments. Arguments are what make the crux of the whole case. If the lawyer fails in making them compelling and persuasive, he will not be able to convince the judge in getting the desired result. For framing an argument regarding a legal issue, a lawyer needs to have in-depth knowledge on the subject matter. Legal research is necessary for a lawyer to be able to make legal arguments. He needs to understand what laws apply to a case and how the courts have decided in similar situations. An advocate needs to be able to prove the facts of the case and present evidence to explain why these laws apply to the case. After the final arguments, the court may give the judgement on the same day or may adjourn the court for a further date.

Legal Training

Practical Legal Training is a structured learning and development program meant for final year and fresh law graduates that will develop practical skills and proficiency in practice of law. While law graduation focuses on the theoretical side, a Practical Legal Training program focuses on applying this theory in the practice of law, such as analysing a client’s problem, applying the specific law, providing written or oral advice, drafting legal documents, and negotiating. It gives an understanding and prior knowledge about the court systems and procedures. Legal training is an essential intermediate stage between graduation and practice of law. At Lawgenics we nurture and train fresh law graduates in analytical practical and procedural aspects of legal practice. Contact to know more about our training and development program.

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