SILF urges BCI to give statutory recognition, extend attorney-client privilege to Indian General Counsel

GCs should be included in the list of eminent mediators and arbitrators and should be allowed to represent their employers before courts and tribunals, SILF has said.
Attorney Client privilege to Indian General Counsels
Attorney Client privilege to Indian General Counsels

The Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) has written to the Bar Council of India (BCI) seeking statutory recognition of General Counsel (GCs) in India as "legal advisers" under Section 129 of the Indian Evidence Act.

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