Legal Process Outsourcing(LPO)

At RM E-Services, we ensure our clients an exceptional level of Legal Process Outsourcing using appropriate mix of world-class talent, strong management focus, dedicated business units and a sturdy financial platform.

We endeavor to provide superior Legal Process Outsourcing by handling knowledge based and manpower intensive activities to improve the client's cost structure, competitive efficiency and performance results.

Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) is the industry in which in-house legal departments or organizations outsource legal work from areas where it is costly to perform, such as the United States or Europe to areas where it can be performed at a significantly decreased cost, primarily India.

RM E-services is a step beyond "LPO" or "legal process outsourcing." Our legal outsourcing work involves high-end legal research, analysis and drafting, as well as immigration visa services, and in several ways (not including price), we are the functional equivalent of a global corporate law firm, complete with U.S.- licensed attorneys on our team. Indeed, we are the only provider of outsourced legal services in India managed by a U.S. law firm. Founded by New York-based Smith Dornan Dehn, our clients include a "who's who" of leading motion picture studios, law firms, retail brands, television companies, publishing houses, and manufacturers. We are funded by one of the largest Asia-based investor groups, and we also have financial support from State Bank of India and investors from organizations such as Cisco Systems, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, and Barclays Capital. SDD Global Solutions is solving one of the most urgent problems of today's businesses, namely, the inefficiencies of having legal work done in locations that often are among the most expensive, and the least productive.

Legal Process Outsourcing in India achieves its current share of 3-4 percent to 6-7 percent in the USD 250 billion global market by 2010. According the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASSOCHAM), more than 200 top US companies are looking for offshore locations towards achieving saving of 30-70 percent.

Report says that by early 2006, there have been over 400 professionals engaged in providing patent services such as literature searches, prior-art searches, technology and patent ability assessment, patent claim mapping, etc, from India. There are over 600 patent agents registered with the Indian Patent Office in India and about 300 Intellectual Property professionals who are non-registered.

The Chamber says, "India is already known for its large and increasing pool of quality engineering graduates, many of who are being attracted to the patent services segment of legal BPO."

According to a news agency report about one-third of these 900 professionals currently provide patent services to European and American end clients, and this number is likely to double to 1,800-2,000 by 2010. A report by Evalueserve predicts that India will capture more than 70 percent of the KPO sector by 2010. Apart from India, countries such as Russia, China, the Czech Republic, Ireland, and Israel are also expected to join the KPO industry.