MZM Legal is a leading Law Firm, with a dedicated team of 55 lawyers based out of Mumbai & New Delhi with a national presence. Established in 2005, Merit, Zeal, and Motivation embody the vision of the Firm. Spearheaded by Mr. Zulfiquar Memon, the Firm is globally recognized for its nuanced expertise, specialized services, and esoteric understanding of the law.
We have been persistently recognized as a pioneer in White Collar Crimes Solutions, along with other arenas like Dispute Resolution, Commercial and Corporate Litigation, Banking and Finance, Real Estate, and Private Client Practice.Read More
MZM Legal is a specialist market-leading law firm providing a full spectrum of following areas.
MZM Legal provides a full spectrum of legal services across diverse practice areas, recurrently surpassing expectations.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday issued show-cause notice to Byju's for allegedly violating foreign exchange rules amounting to Rs 9000 crore. The company is charged under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema)
BharatPe cofounder Ashneer Grover and his wife Madhuri Jain, who are accused of financial irregularities at the digital payments company, were stopped at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on Thursday on the basis of a look-out circular (LoC) issued against them.
Akasa Air, the latest addition to India’s list of airlines, had been flying high following its launch last year. Recently, however, it has hit some turbulence, as dozens of pilots walked out, leading to hundreds of cancelled flights and angry customers.
NEW DELHI, June 27 (Reuters) - Indian education technology startup Byju's has made up a shortfall in payments to a national pension fund, a lawyer representing the company - which is battling a U.S. lawsuit over a $1.2 billion loan...
A Delhi court observed that the right to travel abroad is a valuable and fundamental right for every citizen. The court made these observations while hearing the plea of Raman Sethi, a businessman, to travel to the United States to...
Senior counsel Aabad Ponda, counsel Parvez Memon for Hemant Banker argued before the HC bench of Justices Sunil Shukre and Milind Sathaye that not only was there no evidence to attract MCOCA, but even the basic alleged offence of “extortion’’...