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Pangea3

11 November 2013

Tamil lawyers want a break from 7-day week: Tamil Nadu lawyers fed up with the seven-day week imposed on them by setting up India’s first weekend family courts in the state in 2010, are of the view that lawyers and judges shouldn’t be made to slog extra without statutory sanction [TOI]

CCI tamed by COMPAT: The COMPAT’s order on guiding principles to be applied by the CCI before imposing penalties, offers hope that the CCI’s arbitrary imposition of humongous penalties may be a thing of the past, law firm competition law experts tell Money Control

“Wired for crime” is good defence: US criminal defence counsel are increasingly relying on brain scans and genetic evidence to use inherent defects in the brain of those accused of crimes, as a defence. The number of neurolaw cases rose from 100 to 250 a year between 2005 and 2012 [The Guardian]

Dec 16 rape trial: The Delhi December 16 rape convicts’ defence counsel are on the verge of losing their roles to amicus curiae after the Delhi HC expressed frustration with their repeated absence from the death sentence confirmation hearings [Zee News]

Sathasivam for speed in women cases: Women, corruption, arbitration and environment should be high priority subjects in disposing off cases, said CJI Sathasivam while speaking at the 99th birth anniversary of former SC justice VR Krishna Iyer [PTI]

07 January 2013

antony-alex Two years after Thomson Reuters bought legal process outsourcing (LPO) company Pangea3, a managing director who's been with the company for seven years, Antony Alex, has joined legal industry services provider Rainmaker.

04 December 2012

Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) company Pangea 3 co-founders Sanjay Kamlani and David Perla exited Pangea3 last month, as was agreed in its $40m acquisition by Thomson Reuters two years ago. Leaving the industry after a decade of pioneering it, Kamlani and Perla were among the first to encourage US law firms to outsource their work to Indian LPOs.

Plans for their next venture focus on India’s 40 million contract labourers, who perform peon jobs. Kamlani says that the both of them are looking to change the trend where such workers do not get full-time employee benefits despite working at the same office for years on end. [American Lawyer]

27 August 2012

LPO: India-generated turnover backs fast-growing US company The turnover of legal process outsourcing (LPO) company UnitedLex was $42.8m in 2011, up from $28.2m (Rs 238 crore) the previous year, reported US-based Inc Magazine in its listing of the 500 fastest-growing privately held US companies.

14 June 2012

RMLNLU RMLNLU Lucknow’s 2012 graduating class of 154 this year secured 25 jobs, with most going to legal process outsourcing (LPO) companies and eight law firms that were first-time recruiters.

08 May 2012

NLIU: Fairly satisfiedExclusive: Around 50 out of 82 NLIU Bhopal students graduating this year participated in the campus recruitment activities, out of whom 31 found employment with recruiters led by Amarchand Mangaldas, two legal process outsourcing (LPO) units, a public sector undertaking, a private company and ICICI Bank.

06 June 2011

image Mumbai-headquartered Pangea3 has opened its first US-based service delivery office in Dallas, Texas, plans first reported by Legally India at the time of the legal process outsourcing (LPO) company’s acquisition by Thomson Reuters last year.

19 November 2010

Pangea3-Sanjay-Kamlani Pangea3’s full acquisition by Thomson Reuters could trigger others to follow suit, predicted the legal process outsourcing (LPO) provider’s co-founder and CEO Sanjay Kamlani in an exclusive Legally India interview, as hundreds of employees will receive a windfall from the sale that will see Pangea3 explore synergies with its new parent and expand with onshore operations in the US.

19 November 2010

internet-IT-globe Thomson Reuters has acquired one of India’s largest pure play legal process outsourcing (LPO) companies Pangea3.

09 August 2010

NLIU-Bhopal-gyanmandirKhaitan & Co emerged as winner at NLIU Bhopal, winning the signatures of five final-year students on job offers as Trilegal, Lakshmikumaran and Sridharan, ICICI Bank and Pangea3 also turned up to recruit from the law school on the first day of its campus recruitment last week and Amarchand Mangaldas inviting 10 students for interview.

04 June 2010

pangea3-mezzanine-mumbaiLegal Process Outsourcing (LPO) company Pangea3 has hired 18 students through campus placements this year with a majority 12 coming from non-national law schools, as the company has moved into larger Delhi office and plans to grow the location with significant investment.

14 May 2010
Legal process outsourcing (LPO) company Pangea3 has set up a marketing office in London to attack the European market, reported the UK's Law Society Gazette.
20 April 2010

pangea3-mezzanine-mumbaiLegal process outsourcing (LPO) company Pangea3 has acquired 12,000 square feet of floorspace with a 165-seat capacity on a mezzanine above its existing office in Andheri earlier this month.  

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