Saturday, December 15, 2012

Data Rooms, Legal Compliances and Merger And Acquisitions In India

Establishment of virtual data rooms (VDRs) is considered as a viable and cost effective alternative to traditional data rooms. Electronic legal due diligence relies heavily upon virtual data rooms instead of traditional data rooms. In fact, corruption and technology related legal due diligence may use VDRs in future.

The cyber law trends in India 2012 by Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have clearly projected that cyber law due diligence in India would going to increase. In fact cyber law due diligence for Indian companies has become so important that it must be made a part of their policies and corporate strategies.

Similarly, e-discovery in India is also going to increase the demands for data rooms and virtual data rooms in India. E-discovery services in India are still evolving but e-discovery for social media in India is one area that has tremendous potential in India and world wide.

Data rooms and virtual data rooms also facilitates mergers and acquisition and legal due diligence exercises. The merger and acquisition trends in India 2011 have shown a decline in merger and acquisition transactions in India except for few areas. However, banking related mergers and acquisitions in India is going to increase and e-legal due diligence in India may be involved in such mergers and acquisitions in India.

See E-Discovery Services In India for more.

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