The legal arms of the Big Four accounting firms, until now seemingly unconstrained in their rapid expansion across Asia, have hit a major stumbling block in India.
This month, after receiving complaints from local law firms, the Bar Council of Delhi, a professional regulator, told the auditors in no uncertain terms that they must “refrain from engaging in any [law] practice.”
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