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Welcome to AKJ Attorneys

Who we are

At AKJ Attorneys & Solicitors LLP, we maintain the legacy of personal attention to each and every client. Dedicated and value driven, we started this firm 30 years ago, compelled by a sole motto of ‘transparency’. That has been our goal ever since!

To achieve that, we ensure that our clients know in depth about their ‘legal cause’ as much as we do. This can only be achieved by having one-to-one discussions with our client

Why choose Us

At AKJ LPO, we offer wide range of LPO services, comprising of Pre-litigation assistance, contract management services, legal research, Intellectual Property Research and management, Judgement Summarization to name a few. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose us above any other LPO


Safeguarding your data is our utmost priority and we take every possible measure to ensure the data remains safe and confidential. We also use the best e-discovery technology, tools, and processes and implement the highest level of security.


The law graduates come from reputed schools and have been trained to device the work-flow most suitable to the client's needs.


Round the clock working cycle of our LPO services also adds up to your advantages of hiring us. The difference in the time zone between India and U.S enables us to frame and implement an effective business module to suit both time zones so as to coerce them to outsource legal work to India.


We deliver work on the promised time-lines along with super quality.


Outsourcing legal work to India at cost-savvy competitive prices and get competent and highly skilled services of lawyers at swashbuckling prices via outsourcing. Payless for highly effective LPO services from specialized legal professionals. Get access to the same talent at reduced costs. Clients can also choose from any of our unique billing modules for customized billing structure irrespective of their project size.

What we Do?

In a mediation procedure, a neutral intermediary, the mediator, helps the parties to reach a mutually satisfactory settlement of their dispute. Any settlement is recorded in an enforceable contract.

Experience shows that intellectual property litigation often ends in settlement. Mediation is an efficient and cost-effective way of achieving that result while preserving, and at times even enhancing, the relationship of the parties.

The principal characteristics of mediation are:

Mediation is a non-binding procedure controlled by the parties A party to a mediation cannot be forced to accept an outcome that it does not like. Unlike an arbitrator or a judge, the mediator is not a decision-maker. The mediator's role is, rather, to assist the parties in reaching a settlement of the dispute.

Indeed, even when the parties have agreed to submit a dispute to mediation, they are free to abandon the process at any time after the first meeting if they find that its continuation does not meet their interests.

However, parties usually participate actively in mediations once they begin.
If they decide to proceed with the mediation, the parties decide on how it should be conducted with the mediator.

What is conciliation?

Conciliation is an alternative out-of- court dispute resolution instrument. Like mediation, conciliation is a voluntary, flexible, confidential, and interest based process. The parties seek to reach an amicable dispute settlement with the assistance of the conciliator, who acts as a neutral third party.

The main difference between conciliation and mediation proceedings is that at some point during the conciliation, the conciliator will be asked by the parties to provide them with a non-binding settlement proposal. A mediator, by contrast, will in most cases and as a matter of principle, refrain from making such a proposal.

Conciliation is a voluntary proceeding, where the parties involved are free to agree and attempt to resolve their dispute by conciliation. The process is flexible, allowing parties to define the time, structure and content of the conciliation proceedings.

These proceedings are rarely public. They are interest-based, as the conciliator will when proposing a settlement, not only take into account the parties’ legal positions but also their; commercial, financial and/or personal interests.

Like, in mediation proceedings, the ultimate decision to agree on the settlement remains with the parties.

Main benefits

Conciliation ensures party autonomy

The parties can choose the timing, language, place, structure and content of the conciliation proceedings.

Conciliation ensures the expertise of the decision maker

The parties are free to select their conciliator. A conciliator does not have to have a specific professional background. The parties may base their selection on criteria such as; experience, professional and/or personal expertise, availability, language and cultural skills. A conciliator should be impartial and independent.

Conciliation is time and cost efficient

Due to the informal and flexible nature of conciliation proceedings, they can be conducted in a time and cost-efficient manner.

Conciliation ensures confidentiality

The parties usually agree on confidentiality. Thus, disputes can be settled discretely and business secrets will remain confidential.

A non-court procedure for resolving disputes using one or more neutral third parties — called the arbitrator or arbitration panel. Arbitration uses rules of evidence and procedure that are less formal than those followed in trial courts, which usually leads to a faster, less-expensive resolution.

There are many types of arbitration in common use: Binding arbitration is similar to a court proceeding in that the arbitrator has the power to impose a decision, although this is sometimes limited by agreement — for example, in “hi-lo arbitration” the parties may agree in advance to a maximum and minimum award. In non-binding arbitration, the arbitrator can recommend but not impose a decision. Many contracts — including those imposed on customers by many financial and healthcare organizations — require mandatory arbitration in the event of a dispute. This may be reasonable when the arbitrator really is neutral, but is justifiably criticized when the large company that writes the contract is able to influence the choice of the arbitrator.

Ultimate legal method for settling controversies or disputes between and among persons, organizations, and the State. In the litigation process, a case (called suit or lawsuit) is brought before a court of law suitably empowered (having the jurisdiction) to hear the case, by the parties involved (the litigants) for resolution (the judgment).

Our Attorneys

Our team is comprised of highly qualified and skilled professionals who are determined to provide the best possible result. In addition to a reputation for excellence in handling complex personal injury cases, we are experienced in handling business litigation matters.

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