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LEXIS AND COMPANY, by Dr Anupam Kumar Mishra (Founder)


We are India’s Leading Law Firm
“The firm has always strived to create and implement innovative and effective methods of providing cost-effective, quality representation and services for our clients and will continue to meet and exceed the expectations of our valued clients.”

–     DR ANUPAM KUMAR MISHRA (ADVOCATE, FOUNDER-LEXIS AND COMPANY)

LEXIS AND COMPANY is a full-service law firm, with a PAN India presence, providing innovative legal solutions to its domestic as well as international clients. The firm offers a large portfolio of legal services. We are headquartered at New Delhi with branch offices in Mumbai and Lucknow and network offices at Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Kolkata and Goa.

The stimulating work environment brings together the best legal brains at LEXIS AND COMPANY to take care of the legal needs of our clients. The 20-lawyer strong team comprises of experienced, dynamic, enterprising and innovative legal experts having outstanding academic and professional records.

Under the able guidance of five partners who are leading experts in various areas of law, highest standards of services are maintained and seamlessly delivered to clients.

We strongly believe that a trusted relationship is built on the foundation of shared values and deep understanding of our clients’ needs. Thus, we blend professional expertise with the business objectives of our clients and develop a strong grasp of their businesses before coming up with bespoke solutions.

Our clients view LEXIS AND COMPANY as their “partners in growth” as we ensure that they retain their competitive edge in their respective business areas by concentrating on their core competencies, while we take care of their legal issues.

LEXIS AND COMPANY has expertise and experience across various sectors such as intellectual property rights, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, start-ups, e-Commerce, banking and finance, taxation, infrastructure and real estate, technology, media and telecommunication, corporate and commercial law, family law, and immigration services.

Our Core Values:
We lay strong emphasis on and imbibe in our team and at our work place.

The Values of Honesty and Integrity
Dedication
Transparency in Communication
Diligence and Accountability for Our Services
Our Strength:
We at LEXIS AND COMPANY derive our strength through:

PAN India Presence
Partners with extensive experience
Cost Effective & Personalized Services
Quick Turnaround Time
Effective Communication
Handling Complex Transactions
Excellent Infrastructure
Wide Spectrum of Clients
Represent Fortune 500 Companies
Represent Big Corporates & Prominent Individuals at various Courts in India

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