Lawyers of Factum Law have represented clients in the information technology and banking and finance sectors in a variety of labour and industrial relations disputes, securing favourable outcomes for the management.
In addition to our expertise in defining agreements with the workforce, we also assist clients in defining policies for protection of trade secrets and personnel information, for prevention of corrupt practices and for inclusivity in the workplace.
Our services also includes a specialised offering for preventing gender and/or sexuality based discrimination in the workplace. Lawyers of the firm have been part of various civil society and government efforts and consultation programs in ensuring the compliance of the Sexual Harassment (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. Our partnerships with leading Non governmental organisations enable us to assist clients in setting up the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) by providing external work members who are trained and equipped to discharge their duties with the ICC.
In view of the vast body of work with rights of victims of sexual offences, lawyers of the firm are also called upon by the police, the lower and upper judiciary to deliver lectures to the police, judges of sessions court and high courts on effective and sensitive investigation and handling of complaints of sexual violence. We leverage our experience with these programs to provide training to employees and management to better understand their rights and obligations under the Act. In addition, we provide specialised training to Internal Complaints Committees on conducting inquiries, by leveraging our experience in working with law enforcement and victims of sexual violence in investigation and prosecution of sexual offences.