Mr. Rakesh Pathak, practising law for last about 30 years; worked for Allahabad Bank, Canara Bank and Punjab National Bank. He also worked for The Oriental Insurance Company Ltd.; United India Insurance Company Ltd.; The New India Assurance Company Ltd.; Jaypee Group; KIIT Univercity; Goyal Group; Thapar Group; Bhubaneswar Stock Exchange; Bandhua Mukti Morcha (Bonded Labour Libration Front); Inboit Solutions; Ligetech Automation; Vedanta Resources; Crown Agents; Caladero SL; Navori International SA; STADA; Idea Management; Lahmeyer International; Bamco, NTN Global Corp.; Dacasso; Google Inc. Pilkington; Epoka Group ; many other Corporate and individual clients. He has many publications in reputed law journals. He was on Editorial Board of five journals. He is regularly contributing for amendments in drafts of Bills / Acts of Parliament and Rules of Local Bodies. He is Director of Indian Council For Social Welfare, Bharatiya Sanskriti Parishad and other corporate bodies. He is President of Resident's Welfare Association of Central Delhi. He is a keen aviator and a qualified pilot.Qualifications:
M.B.A. (Human Resource Management)
Diploma in International Laws
Diploma in Laws of International Institutions
Diploma in Forensic Science
Private Pilot License Exam. of Director General of Civil Aviation, India
MISSION: The mission of the Law Office is to help clients achieve their goals by providing high quality, ethically sound legal counsel and strategic advice. We work with clients to understand their objectives, resolve current issues and proactively anticipate and prevent future problems. We are committed to delivering efficient and cost-effective legal services with a focus on communication, responsiveness, and attention to detail.
VISION:Our vision is to be the elite boutique business law firm. We endeavor to build our Firms' reputation by satisfying each of our clients; needs – one client, and one successful outcome, at a time. We will continue to expand the depth of our practice groups, as well as add new groups, in order to provide clients with a broad range of quality services. We will grow our legal team by selectively adding attorneys who can bring a new and diverse approach to client satisfaction. We will grow our support team by adding dedicated, personable and skilled professionals who can enhance our Firm. The Law Firm will be recognized as the Firm with which businesses desire to associate, because our consistent, proficient team delivers an exceptional experience in legal services.
VALUES: Our core values guide the way in which we interact with our clients and each other. They are the standard to which we are accountable in all situations. We value SIMPLICITY AND INTEGRITY in all aspects of our work and our lives and are dedicated to maintaining the highest moral standards in our decisions, actions and communications. We value INNOVATION and continually challenge ourselves to learn and grow. We welcome ideas and pursue changes that will enhance our Firm and the service we provide to our clients. We value TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION and believe the synergy of our combined individual contributions will elevate the success we achieve for our clients and our Firm. We value COMMUNICATION and understand it is of paramount importance to our success as a Firm. We are committed to timely, responsive, honest and respectful communication with our clients and with each other. We value RESPONSIBILITY to our clients by managing budgets, reducing extraneous costs, adding value and meeting their needs completely. We value RESPONSIBILITY to each other to reduce unnecessary costs, work expeditiously and productively, and at all times uphold the image of the Firm. We value the PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE and believe that in striving for excellence we will not only find success as a Firm, but fulfillment as individuals.
Marriage, Foreign Marriage, Seperation, Divorce, Mutual Consent Divorce, Alimony, Maintenance, Child Custody, Domestic Violence, Succession, WILL, Inheritance, Marriage Conselling, Domestic and International Adoptions.
All kind of civil disputes, Commercial disputes, Domestic and International Arbitration, Landlord and Tenacy disputes, Real Estate Property Transfer, Accident Claims, Insurance Claims, Compensation, Damages, Specific Preventive Reliefs, Trade Marks, Information Technology.
Penal Laws, Economic Offences, Money Laudering, 498A, 406 IPC, Passport Act, Company Laws, Cheque dishonour cases, violations under Foreign Exchange Mangement Act, Cyber crimes.
Visa, Visa for Permanent Residents, Passports, Citizenship, Overseas Citizen of India; Couselling, Documents fillings, Appeals.
Unfair treatment or cost by seller or service providers; breach of obligations. Medical negligence; cases against builders and developers; insurance companies, Banks.
Disputes under employment laws and compliance of labour laws, Human Resource Management practices, Domestic Enquiry.
On 19th Sept. 2018 , President of India promulgated an Ordinance - The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance 2018- Prohibited triple talaq (talaq-e-biddat); make such talaq void and illegal; punishable by imprisonment for a term which may extent to three years or / fine; Muslim woman entitled for subsistence allowance, custody of minor children; Offence compoundable at instance of married woman with permission of Magistrate; No bail to accused without hearing Muslim woman. Complaint can be filed with Police Station.
On 6th Sept. 2018 Supreme Court of India, regarding LGBT, in case Navtej Singh Vs. Union of India Writ Petition Criminal 76 of 2016 declared that insofar as Section 377 Indian Penal Code, criminalizes consensual sexual acts of adults (i.e. persons above the age of 18 years who are competent to consent) in private, is violative of Articles 14, 15, 19, and 21 of the Constitution of India. reading down Section 377 is necessary to exclude consensual sexual relationships between adults, whether of the same sex or otherwise, in private, so as to remove the vagueness of the provision to the extent it is inconsistent with Part III of the Constitution. History owes an apology to the members of this community and their families, for the delay in providing redressal for the ignominy and ostracism that they have suffered through the centuries. The members of this community were compelled to live a life full of fear of reprisal and persecution. This was on account of the ignorance of the majority to recognize that homosexuality is a completely natural condition, part of a range of human sexuality. The mis-application of this provision denied them the Fundamental Right to equality guaranteed by Article 14. It infringed the Fundamental Right to non-discrimination under Article 15, and the Fundamental Right to live a life of dignity and privacy guaranteed by Article. The LGBT persons deserve to live a life unshackled from the shadow of being ‘unapprehend felons’.
On 20th March 2018, Supreme Court of India in case Dr. Subhash Kashinath Mahajan vs The State Of Maharashtra, Criminal Appeal 416 of 2018, held that Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 , process of Court was abused in this case; there is no absolute bar in this Act for anticipatory bail, arrest should be only after approval which can be scrutinized by Magistrate for further detention; to avoid false implication of innocent, complaint can only after enquiry by Deputy Superintendent of Police; in case of false complaint, complainant would be liable for disciplinary action and contempt of Court.
On 17th Aug. 2018 , Parliament of India passed Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act 2018 , which received assent of President of India to make it a law. By this amendment, decision of Supreme Court of India was nullified. This matter was largely agitated and debated by public in India. Our Law Firm is of the view that law should be amended on the basis of past data as this law was originally enacted in 1989. Article 15 of Constitution of India prohibits discrimination on ground of sex, caste, religion or place of birth. Since long this prohibition is not achieved and for extraneous consideration for political gain; political parties are trying to appease some group to keep them in their vote bank, which is abuse of democratic process. State should endure to make country free of caste, which State has failed in many decades. It is equally responsibility of State to prevent misuse of law or filing of false complaint. The Amendment is inclined to one side and ignored that on false complaint fundamental of right of liberty shall be breached without judicial review and a person shall be victimized without trial.
On 12th Sept. 2017 Supreme Court of India in its judgement Amardeep Singh Vs. Harveen Singh Civil Appeal 11158 of 2017, held that waiting period of six months in Section 13 (B)(2) (Divorce by Mutual Consent) of Hindu Marriage Act 1955 is not mandatory and can be waived under certain circumstances.
On 24th Aug. 2017 nine Judges Bench of Supreme Court of India in case Justice K S Puttaswamy (Retd.) and others Vs. Union of India, Civil Writ 494 of 2014 held that right of privacy is protected as an intrinsic part of the life and personal liberty under Article 21 and as part of freedoms guaranteed under Part III of Constitution of India subject to restrictions specified, relatable to that part.
Law Firm employ young lawyers and experienced lawyers, paralegals in India and USA for in various field of law, litigation and research. Please email us your resume on PathakR7@Gmail.com. Please do not call as no enquiry would be entertained and selected aplicant would be informed by email only.
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