Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Perry4Law Sets Trend For Cyber Forensics And Cyber Security Legal Practice Worldwide

Few years back no law firm was wiling to touch areas like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, e-discovery, etc. This was more so in India where intellectual property rights (IPRs) was considered to be the latest field of legal practices. In the year 2002, Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) came into picture and that changed the entire scenario of legal practice not only in India but also at global level.

P4LO has a very unique and clear vision about techno legal issues and their national and international legal interpretations. Numerous national and international stakeholders have found their dedicated techno legal resources and services very useful. These include online resources on Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Cyber Forensics, E-Discovery, Telecom Laws,  Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), Corporate Laws, etc. This list of legal fields is just indicative as there are many more techno legal areas where Perry4Law Law Firm and P4LO are providing their techno legal services.

Besides the domain specific and unique techno legal expertise, Perry4law Law Firm and P4LO are also distinct then other law firms in the sense that they take Civil Liberties issues like Privacy, Data Protection and data security very seriously. This is also need of the hour as cyber security obligations of laws firms are increasing world over. Nevertheless, cyber security legal practice in India is still maturing with Perry4Law Law Firm dominating the field.

No Client would be happy if its/his/her confidential and sensitive documents are obtained through cracking/hacking the Law Firm Website or Database, opines Praveen Dalal, managing partner of Perry4Law Law Firm and P4LO and leading techno legal expert of Asia. Perry4Law Law Firm uses the “Best Cyber Security Practices” recommended by International Organisations, informs Dalal.

Clearly P4LO and Perry4Law Law Firm are class apart and world leaders in techno legal services. Other Law Firms of India must also replicate this model of P4LO and start thinking in the direction of providing techno legal services.