In a case of an incorporation of a Company in India, the three Foreign Directors of the Company were based in three different countries. They were too busy to travel to India for incorporation purposes, therefore all queries and documents with respect to the three Foreign Directors and the proposed Company were obtained over the web, without the Directors having to travel to India. The Foreign Directors were guided by us as to the complete formalities and paperwork to be complied by each of them, through web calling facilities. All such mandatory paperwork was procured by us through courier services thereby incorporating the Company with all Foreign Directors, within a short span of 21 days without the presence of any single Foreign Director at our office here in India.
In case of a Foreign Company operating in India, an ex-employee had defamed such a Company after having resigned from the services of the Foreign Company. The ex-employee having shifted to another city, it was difficult to trace the ex-employee. A criminal complaint was filed before the concerned Police Force and the Foreign Company employed a Detective to keep track of such an ex-employee, in case the ex-employee visited his private residence at Pune City. Once the ex-employee visited Pune City, the Police Machinery was activated and the ex-employee was detained. Thereafter an unconditional undertaking and indemnity was obtained from the ex-employee and he was released with a warning. The undertaking of the employee was circulated to all persons whom the ex-employee had contacted for defaming the Foreign Company, thereby ensuring that the Foreign Company obtained a written un-conditional apology from such an ex-employee and withdrawal of defamatory statements earlier made by such and ex-employee.
In another case, a Foreign Company was in the process of acquiring land for the purpose of expansion of its existing manufacturing unit. After a few months of scouting land, the company identified a piece of land as per its requirements. The legal due diligence process was carried out for about three months during which, the owners of the land withdrew from the transaction. The Foreign Company was stranded since all its expansion plans were delayed by eight months where-after the Foreign Company contacted us. We immediately connected the Foreign Company to our network of land bankers and property consultants. The Foreign Company identified three different lands suitable to its requirements from such land bankers and property consultants. Thereafter the legal due diligence process started again. At our instance, the Foreign Company clearly instructed the concerned owners of the lands that the Foreign Company would purchase land belonging to the owner who satisfies the Foreign Company, as regards the title and ownership of the land proposed to be purchased, first in time. The owners of the respective lands knew that the Foreign Company had a back-up and the co-operation level was above what is usual. The Foreign Company purchased one out of the three lands within 35 days from scouting of the lands and commenced construction activities thereof.
In case of a Foreign Company operating in India, the Branch Manager of the Foreign Company who was located at Chennai had shared valuable confidential information of the Foreign Company with the competitor. We filed a criminal complaint through our associate at Chennai and got the laptop of the Branch Manager seized. A software professional was employed to scan the hard disk of the laptop. The software professional submitted a detailed report, based on which the local Police arrested the Branch Manager. Based on the evidence collected, the Branch Manager was also sued for civil damages and compensation. His services were also terminated.
In case of a Company, the local Municipal Corporation had issued a 24 hours notice to a reputed Builder/ Developer for demolition of a part of its building which comprised a reputed Retail Mall, in Pune City, in connection to which the Builder/ Developer contacted our office at 9.00 a.m. on a busy Monday morning. Thereafter, within few hours, the case was prepared by us along with all the necessary customary compliances and the same was put on record by us, before the concerned Court/ Dispute Forum. At 5.00 p.m. the very same day, though being next to impossible, the matter/ case was taken up by the Court/ Dispute Forum and a favourable order was passed after hearing our arguments, thereby restraining the Local Corporation from pulling-down that portion of the building.
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