The Startup Gig is a full-service law firm for startups and investors established in Mumbai in January 2015.
We have expanded rapidly and currently serving clients PAN India. We offer a wide range of legal services to various transnational and domestic clients in core practice areas of corporate & commercial laws, family laws, real estate laws, dispute resolution & litigation.
Since its founding, The Startup Gig has always believed in the highest level of integrity, followed by a people-oriented approach and giving back to society whenever possible. We continue to follow the principle of “client first” in providing reliability. We do not do anything big. We do small things with a big impact."
Advocate The Startup Gig is capable of representing you in court and is trained to present your case in the most effective way possible.
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