Employment & Labor Law

At LawQuest, we counsel local, regional, national and global companies across a broad spectrum of industries, including high technology, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, transportation, printing, public utilities, banking, financial services, retailing, health care, and construction on Indian employment matters. We provide practical advice to employers with respect to all aspects of the employment relationship, ranging from recruitment and disciplinary measures, compensation and bonus, termination, workplace sexual harassment to data privacy.

We regularly assist our clients in preparing employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, non-competition agreements, employment policies, employee handbook, personnel manuals and other employment-related documents. We also advise our clients on a wide variety of issues including transfer of employees, employment termination and restrictive covenants in employment arrangements that impact the workplace.

Our Employment and Labor Law services include:

The LawQuest team assists its clients create, operate, regulate and expand their businesses. Our range of services includes assisting our clients with establishing new business entities or forming new relationships and helping them administer and enhance their existing commercial relationships. We assist with all phases of business development, including proffering strategic advice, negotiations, drafting, conducting due diligence searches, title verification, and registration and providing legal opinions. We also assist with establishing businesses under India's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) policy.

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