Who Are We?
PA Legal is an Indian Law firm founded by Priggya Arora, an alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, (Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law). The firm extends Intellectual Property, Technology Law, and Commercial law services to domestic and foreign clientele from multidisciplinary industries. The firm has been advising a wide range of clients comprising emerging start-ups, MSMEs, VC funded start-ups, Real-Estate Developers, E-commerce giants, and even Fortune 500 companies.
At PA Legal, our aim is to convert our clients’ rights to assets and to provide an optimum return on your investments using state-of-the-art risk management practices. Read More..
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Keeping in mind our ultimate goal of meeting the specific and individualized needs of our clients, PA legal focuses on real-time information updates and continuous up-gradation of knowledge. Our firm incorporates the dynamics of the business environment as well as any changing requirements our clients may have. We take pride in providing personalized attention and being quick to respond to the needs of our clients. We realize that the interests of our clients are equivalent to our own. Consequently, our services are delivered with the utmost integrity, sincerity, commitment, and professionalism.
Integrity and Trust are founding values of PA legal.
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