Tuesday, April 14, 2009


Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is posing numerous challenges before the Indian Executive, Judiciary and Parliament. The Techno-Legal issues of cyber law in India, cyber security in India and cyber forensics in India remain unattended due to lack of expertise in this regard. To remove this embargo, Perry4Law has recently launched a “Contact Point” where Government of India (GOI), Executive, Judiciary, Parliament, Industrial and Professional Bodies, etc can seek its domain and industry specific techno-legal services. These services of Perry4Law have been categorised as “Professional” or “Honorarium”. Kindly bookmark the Contact Point and consultChecklistsand useProforma" before contacting to avoid blacklisting.

Perry4Law is the Exclusive Techno-legal ICT Law Firm of India and one of the few in the World. It has been instrumental in providing valuable suggestions and recommendations to the Government of India (GOI) regarding Techno-Legal ICT Regulations in India. The Government Departments that have been benefited in the past from its suggestions and recommendations include Department of Information Technology (DIT), Department of Science and Technology (DST), etc. Besides these departments the Department of Telecommunications (DOT), the E-Court Committee of India, National Informatics Center (NIC), etc would also be benefited by these services.

Perry4Law is a World renowned name in the Techno-Legal Field. It has domain specific expertise in the fields like Cyber Forensics, Cyber Security, E-Governance, E-Commerce, Cyber Law, Corporate Due Diligence, Corporate Laws, Criminal Laws, Taxation Laws, International Law, Private International Law, Space Laws, Laws For Defense Forces, International Trade, Intellectual Property Rights, etc.

Further, the Working Group on Cyber Law is acting as a bridge between India and the International Community in the Techno-Legal fields. These initiatives would definitely change the techno-legal scenario in India for ever.

The Contact Point has great potential and it would be good idea to include it in the Political Agendas and Manifestos of Parties like BJP and Congress so that India may become a true ICT Superpower.