The website and any content available therein (“Website”) is controlled and is owned and operated by LexOrbis (referred to as “LexOrbis” “we”, “us). This privacy policy of LexOrbis is to safeguard and protect information collected by the Website or any information shared by the person while accessing, using the Website or engaging through e-mails (referred to as the “User”, “you” and “your”).

This privacy policy should be read together with the Terms of Use of the Website. By accessing and using this Website, you accept and agree to be bound by and comply with (i) this privacy policy, (ii) the Disclaimer and, (iii) the Terms of Use.

1. Applicability

This privacy policy applies to any person or entity that accesses the Website or has shared any information or data concerning an identified or identifiable natural person (“Personal Data”) with LexOrbis. You hereby agree not to provide the Personal Data of any other person. Personal Data means any data or information that relates to a natural person, which, either directly or indirectly, in combination with other information, is capable of identifying such person; and means name, address, telephone number, date of birth, gender, e-mail address, organization name.

This privacy policy governs the access, collection, usage, handling, storage and disclosure of such Personal Data during the course of your use of the Website. It also describes the choices available to you regarding our use of your Personal Data. By accessing and using the Website, you accept the terms of, and agree to be bound by this privacy policy.

2. Revision to the Privacy Policy

This privacy policy may be updated from time to time at LexOrbis’s sole discretion or on account of changes in law. Unless otherwise specified, such revisions shall take effect from the day and date they are posted on the Website. LexOrbis shall be under no obligation to notify the User about the changes. You are advised to consult this privacy policy regularly for any changes, as your continued access and use of the Website shall be deemed to be your approval and acceptance of all changes to this privacy policy.

3. How we use your Personal Data

(a) Contact Data – We collect and process Personal Data provided by you when you accept the Terms of Use of the Website, subscribe to a newsletter, contact us for help or submit any enquiry, apply for a job posting made available on the Website. When entering information on the Website, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, email address, for us to contact you and respond to your information requests, etc. If you would like us to delete any Personal Data or information provided by you, you may write to us at [Please provide email address]. You hereby give us your consent to use your Personal Data. We process the Personal Data as provided by you with your consent, for the proper administration of the Website, and/or contact you for your inquiries or to provide information at your request.

(b) Newsletters – We may also process certain Personal Data to periodically send you emails containing news and updates about us, legal and regulatory updates, legal news etc. You hereby consent to allow us to use your e-mail address for this purpose. You may also unsubscribe from receiving such e-mails in the future by sending an email to: [Please provide email address].

(c) You can always choose not to provide your Personal Data, even though it might be needed to access the Website. In such cases, if any information required is classified as mandatory, you may not be able to avail/access part or whole of the Website.

(d) We may also process your Personal Data for compliance with legal obligations applicable to LexOrbis.

(f) Notwithstanding anything contained in this privacy policy or elsewhere, LexOrbis shall not be held responsible for any loss, damage or misuse of the User’s Personal Data or information.
By voluntarily providing us with your Personal Data, you hereby give us your consent to use such Personal Data in accordance with this privacy policy.

4. How do we protect your information

(a) The security of your Personal Data is important to us. We have implemented security practices including but not limited to technical, operational and physical safeguards to protect your information. We implement a variety of security measures when a user enters, submits, or accesses their information to maintain the safety of your Personal Data.
(c) Your Personal Data is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems or otherwise require the Personal Data for the purposes enlisted in this privacy policy. These persons are also under an obligation to keep such Personal Data confidential.
(d) Please be aware that, although we endeavor to provide reasonable security for your Personal Data, no security system can prevent all potential security breaches.

5. Disclosures to third parties

(a) We do not sell, trade, publish or otherwise transfer your Personal Data to third parties.
(b) This does not include our trusted service providers, including without limitation, our hosting partners, who assist us in operating the Website, conducting our business, or serving our clients; so long as they agree to keep this information confidential and do not have any independent use of the information we disclose to them. You hereby give us your consent to transfer your Personal Data to our trusted service providers.
(c) We may also release certain limited information when its release is required to comply with the law, enforce our policies, or protect ours or others’ rights, property or safety, investigate fraud or respond to a government request.

6. Retention of your Personal Data

(a) Your Personal Data shall not be retained for longer than is necessary for the purposes for which we collect or process them, unless otherwise required for the purposes of fulfilling any legal obligation.
(b) You also have right to request us to update, amend, correct, complete or delete your Personal Data retained by us through email at
(c) We may also retain your Personal Data where necessary for compliance with a legal obligation applicable to LexOrbis, or in order to protect your interests.

7. Cookies

The Website may utilize “cookies” and other tracking technologies. Cookies are a small text file constituting of alphanumeric numbers used to collect the information about the Website activity. These cookies help us analyse web traffic and help you by customizing the Website to your preferences. Cookies enable a better experience for the User and some features and services may not function properly if your cookies are disabled. We may also use trusted third-party services that track this information on our behalf.

8. Your Rights and Obligations

(a) You have the obligation to ensure that your Personal Data shared with us is accurate and complete.
(b) You also have the right to confirm, correct and erase your Personal Data available with us. Erasure of your Personal Data shall not be affected, however, if required for compliance with any legal obligation or for enforcing any legal claims.
(c) You may exercise your rights under this section in relation to your Personal Data by writing to us at

9. Links to other websites

The Website may include links to other Websites whose privacy practices may differ from ours. LexOrbis does not provide any Personal Data to such third party websites. If you submit your Personal Data to any of those sites, your information will be governed by their privacy statements. We encourage you to read the privacy statement of any website you visit. LexOrbis shall not be liable for any loss, damage, claim or expenses suffered by you as a result of accessing these third party sites and features.

10. Contact Us

If you have any grievances, queries or questions concerning the Privacy Policy, you may contact us by email at

11. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

If you visit the Website, after choosing to do so, then any dispute regarding breach of privacy will be subject to this privacy policy and the Terms of Use. The applicable law for any such dispute shall be Indian laws. The competent courts at New Delhi, India will have exclusive jurisdiction over any or all disputes arising out of, or in connection with this privacy policy.