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About us

Sh. Prashant Sharma advocate Proprietor of the “Settlement Ease Indians Law Firm (SEILF)”

has experience of more the 15 years of collection and settlement of debt recovery. Our legal department constituted of a group of advocates and legal consultants specializing in banking loan settlement, diverse spheres of law, legal consultancy and legal practice. Legal Services rendered include handling litigation of all kinds before Various Forums such as Supreme Court, High Courts, District Court, Tribunals, Debt Recovery Tribunal(drt), MRTP Commission, Company Law Board, National, State & District Consumer Forums, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, etc. The Firm further deals in area of Cyber Laws, Real Estate, Consumer Laws, Intellectual Property Rights, Company Laws, Labor Laws, Legal Consultancy, Documentation and Drafting.

Over the years, we have developed Familiarities with the Indian legal System.

We have other offices located in the heart of Delhi city. Strategically close to Railway stations and International Bus terminals in metro stations of Delhi. We are ideally situated to offer a total service to our local, national and International clients.

In a technological age, the firm assists their clients to protect valuable intangible assets “SEILF” provides service in the field of intellectual property and also assists the clients to protect their rights in the matters as stated above.

We conduct Trademark search, Registration of Trademark, patent & Design and advise on the availability of marks and potential conflicts. Incases of infringement, we have brought law suits and stated unfair business practices. We draft license agreement of Trademark, Literary works and software. We assist our clients in purchasing, licensing and transferring technology. We deal in all types of matters, such as civil, criminal, Labour, companies, matrimonial, Recovery suits, Property matters, Trademark, Patents, Designs, Copy-rights, House-tax, Tribunal cases service matters, customs, and NDPS matters.