Welcome to P R Global Law Office Global Law Office with its primary office at New Delhi was established in the year 2009 by its Senior Managing Partner, Prof.(Dr). R. K Suri and provides expert Consulting, Advisory & Litigation Services in the field of corporate and Commercial laws with a prime focus on International Trade Law, Intellectual Property Law, Technology Law and all its related aspects. 

P R Global Law Office is a leading mid-sized full service law firm in India. It has established a successful international corporate and commercial law practice out of its offices at New Delhi and associate offices over the Country along with alliances with foreign law firms. The firm comprises of a team of Lawyers and in-house professionals including Scientists, Educationsits, Management Professionals, Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries. 

The Litigation Practice of the firm is carried on in the name of ‘P R Global Law Office’ which came into being in 2009 and provides legal representation globally and in India it offers services in more than twenty five cities in India (New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Jaipur, Indore, Bhopal, Nagpur, Jabalpur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Goa and Ahemdabad etc

 

Intellectual Property Law

Laws relating to Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) Intellectual property (IP) is the creation of human intellect. It refers to the ideas, knowledge, invention, innovation, creativity, and research etc, all being the product of human mind and is similar to any property, whether movable or immovable, wherein the proprietor or the owner may exclusively use his property at will and has the right to prevent others from using it, without his permission. The rights relating to intellectual property are known as

Laws relating to Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs)

International Law can be defined as the body of rules that nations recognize as binding upon one another in their mutual relations. Sources of international law include treaties, customs, general principles of law, resolutions and declarations of international organizations, equity, and writings of judges and legal scholars. International Treaties • Brussels Convention and Lugano Convention The Brussels Convention and the Lugano Convention aim to

Civil Law

Constitution of India: The Concept of Minimum Bonus Most of the companies are aware of the fact that money is a powerful incentive to motivate and increase the morale of workers, particularly in the industrial sector. Ensuring productivity is of paramount importance in industrial development. That is why employers often make extra cash payments, other than the wages or salary to the employees, which is known as bonus.

Criminal Law

International Law can be defined as the body of rules that nations recognize as binding upon one another in their mutual relations. Sources of international law include treaties, customs, general principles of law, resolutions and declarations of international organizations, equity, and writings of judges and legal scholars. International Treaties