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Leading Legal Aggregator Platform Rest the Case Organized a One-Of-Its-Kind Legal Session for Startups

“Legal Experts Share Unique Information on Startup Legal Essentials in India Pune”

In this special discussion, our panel of legal experts Dr. Ashok Yende and, Adv. Sumit Soni started with a discussion of a very important topic: What Legal Steps does one take to register their startup?

Startups have boomed in the past few years in our country. India has become the 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world. 

In 2023, India achieved a significant milestone of surpassing 100,000 registered startups through the Startup India initiative, according to our Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal. 

This number was just under 50,000 back in 2018 and the number has doubled! Now isn’t it interesting? This has created over 40,000 new jobs every year! Startups are helping the country grow economically and even providing new jobs.

Our Panel of legal experts Adv. Ashok Yende and Adv. Sumit Soni answered some burning questions like how can you register your startup, what are the documents required to register a startup in India, what are the different legal problems startups face in India, and much more. 

Many budding entrepreneurs and small business owners were a part of this session and discussed their doubts with the legal experts. 

Dr. Ashok Yende who is a renowned lawyer from Mumbai, shared his experience with us, 

“This special legal session organized by the Rest The Case team, led by Adv. Shreya Sharma, was a wonderful, and informative. It covered important topics like stages for registering a startup,  documents required, different types of requirements, legal and regulatory compliances, challenges, intellectual property regimes, best contract drafting practices, GST and taxation compliance,  dispute resolution, and funding options. 

A startup requires a delicate balance between nurturing innovation, imparting knowledge, and developing practical, scalable business models. I hope this session will help in giving an overview of the startup process and the basics of building a startup, legal, and other compliances.”

Our CEO Ms. Shreya Sharma shared her thoughts about the session, “We at Rest The Case aim to spread legal awareness about various aspects of a person’s life and this was one of them. Delving into the core essentials of company structures, funding avenues, and safeguarding intellectual property, our inaugural session sets a new standard in startup education. In a groundbreaking initiative, our company spearheaded the first-ever session of its kind, hosted by a legal aggregator in India. Delving into vital aspects of starting up a start up the right way, we aimed to equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the essential knowledge needed to navigate the legal landscape. This initiative serves as a beacon, igniting the entrepreneurial spirit and empowering individuals to turn their dreams into thriving ventures.”


In conclusion, Rest The Case’s session, led by legal experts Dr. Ashok Yende and Adv. Sumit Soni, highlighted crucial steps for registering startups in India amid its booming ecosystem. With over 100,000 startups in 2023, the discussion addressed key legal queries, fostering awareness and guidance for budding entrepreneurs. Dr. Yende stressed the significance of legal knowledge and practical business models. This session serves as a beacon, fueling entrepreneurship and facilitating the journey from idea to thriving venture.

Watch our Panel Discussion now live on YouTube & Spotify: 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndTHn2sRnZo

Spotify: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/LEplnxltqJb

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