The ABA may have recently given the thumbs up to U.S. law firms outsourcing legal work to India, but that doesn't mean lawyers aren't handling India-related legal work stateside. And that only looks to increase for international firms as regulations in India loosen and corporate finance work to and from the region expands. A recent report by Hildebrandt International says India-related legal work is of growing importance to international firms despite the country's ban on foreign-owned offices.
India Looms as Next Possible Big Legal Market for Firms
The Legal Intelligencer
September 4, 2008