"Sexual harassment"—the term by default has always been associated with women, and men who undergo similar ordeals remain invisible. Men feel hesitant to come forward to talk about it, fearing t...
Kanishk Agarwal, the founder of CriTaxCorp, has many years of rich and diverse experience in the field of Criminal, Taxation and Corporate law. Graduated from VIPS, New Delhi in the year 2009, Kanishk began his career under the tutelage of Mr. Ashok Batra, and subsequently moved on to PricewaterhouseCoopers India. However, his interest in Criminal Law drove him to establish his own firm, CriTaxCorp. Initially the legal firm went through rough patches because Kanishk was exploring new avenues to target different sectors where nobody had worked before. Thereafter he worked in online poker regulations, logistic companies, start-up ecosystem etc., and getting into these fields really triggered him to go forward. CriTaxCorp was established with the notion to deal with matters in Criminal, Taxation or Corporate laws; to combine the knowledge from all major verticals of law. Providing exactly what the client requires is one of CriTaxCorp’s mottos, and it believes in understanding the business of its client more than the client does so that it can deliver the best. CriTaxCorp believe in one principle that a professional grows when his client grows. Being a technology enthusiast, the thought of launching an app for the lawyers came to Kanishk’s mind when he ideated to create a platform where technology could be merged with law. The app has 4 major Acts which are like bible for any lawyers, CrPC, IPC, Evidence Act and CPC. Kanishk would also intend to address topics related to the hazards faced by women like stalking and sexual harassment and he is soon expected to come up with a new app named POSH that will help women to prevent sexual nuances happening to them.
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