Who We Are?

We are working on the aforesaid aspect for last more than Six decades (60 years) and has a specialization in the labour laws and do have a prominent name in the field, our clientage includes all the sectors including service as well as manufacturing. And I Advocte Anurag Lakhotia is working on the subject for last two decades and being blessed to receive training under Late R.S lakhotia who had dealt with the subject from 1960.

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Service We Provide

Labour Law Consultancy

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We at LEX LABOUR are providing legal and strategic solutions. We are a legal firm, providing consultancy on Corporate Labour Laws cum HR policies t

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COVID-19

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We are providing consultancy on the subject of Corporate Labour Laws, as required during these trying times. How to

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Visiting Consultant

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We pay visit to our clients to provide the entire necessary consultancy as required in functioning of the business

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Labour Law Audit

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Further for the future smooth functioning we conduct audits, which includes the compliances of all the aforesaid la

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Litigation

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We also represent management in the cases regarding the Labour laws before all the concerned authorities starting from Labour office (conciliation

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Drafting /Vetting /HR policies

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Lex Labour provides consultancy in implementation of various labour laws affecting small, medium and large industries. From the appointment of a si

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Our Aim

Industrial Relations

Our Aim always remains that all the I.R. (Industrial Relations) problems should be sought out with amicable settlements (Practical) and the peace and harmony of the working/production of our clients do not suffer.

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Ethics

Ethics and Confidentiality

Lex Labour is a member of the Bar Council of India and is committed to follow all professional standards laid down by the apex body of lawyers. The set of rules as mentioned in Chapter II, Part VI of the Bar Council of India Rules and placed in Section 49(1)(c) of the Advocates Act, 1961, that govern the professional conduct of lawyers arising out of their duty that they owe to court, their client, their opponents and other advocates is diligently and stringently followed by the Lex Labour team of lawyers.

DNo user of the website www.lexlabour.com is required to divulge any personal information whatsoever to gain access to the Lex Labour website. If a user chooses to transmit information by completing a form designed for this purpose and submitting it via the site, Lex Labour will use the information solely to respond to the user’s request and to deal with it accordingly. Electronic messages are treated with the same confidentiality measures as are letters by mail.

Lex Labour does not give out any personal information it receives via electronic means, unless the sender of such information has given consent.

Generally speaking, the site does not use "cookie files" (or "cookies"). The user may configure his or her Internet browser in a manner that will prevent installation of such files (cookies) on the hard drive of his or her computer. The site does not have any zone termed "secure" which would allow the establishment of a separate and confidential dialogue between the user and Lex Labour. Generally speaking, no transmission of data through an Internet network can be entirely protected from misappropriation or malicious use. Consequently, Lex Labour does not guarantee that the information sent to it via email or the Internet for its use will reach it without having been falsified, consulted or altered, or without having its integrity or authenticity having been otherwise called into question, or even that the information will reach its destination.

The commitment of Lex Labour with regard to protection of personal information is related only to the treatment of information that is actually in its possession.