The India Law and Technology Blog (ILTB), has been around in different avatars and on different domains from 2007 commenting on legal issues affecting, technology, media and telecoms. Today it exists as a weblog where the contributing authors are lawyers working and researching on issues affecting these sectors. Most of the posts are authored by Apar Gupta a litigator practising in New Delhi, India.
The authors through this blog not only write pieces on the black letter law but also often prescribe policy choices. To keep their opinions (and their jobs) completely independent they express it wholly in their own personal, individual capacity. No part of their writing is linked to their clients or employers (and distant relatives).
Though it may sound rude, but let’s be clear, the authors are not your lawyers. If they were there would be an invoice attached to the posts. However, don’t let this stand in the way of getting in touch with them or commenting on a post.
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