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India’s law firms might be the last obstacle to the government’s plans to liberalise its legal industry, after the country’s most prominent law firm association sought responses to a recent government plan to allow foreign law firms to operate within special economic zones (SEZs).
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India has moved one step closer to liberalising its legal market, after Suresh Chandra, the Union Law Secretary, formally called a meeting in New Delhi on Sept. 29 to discuss draft rules governing the entry of foreign law firms and lawyers.