Public policy is invoked when a legal act is violative of public interest, morality or security. The spectre of public policy hovers over a multitude of subfields of law—for instance contract law, conflict of laws, arbitration, employment law, family law, etc. and operates at the national and international level.
With the integration of technology in practically all types of economic and social activities and the consequent privacy and security issues, the need for public
policy has gained even more significance. Entities also devise public policy approaches to further their long-term goals and to ensure compatibility with the cultural scenario and contemporary trends of a country.
We help entities formulate their internal policy documents, contracts and strategies in consonance with public policy. We also support public authorities in the drafting of legislation, rules, regulations etc. to meet the legal challenges of exigent situations.