Media and financial services company Thomson Reuters has acquired Delhi-based Indlaw Communications, VCCircle reports. The amount paid for the acquisition has not been disclosed. IndLaw offers legal news, notifications and a database of Indian law, judgements, cases and bills and ordinances. It has over 40,000 search-able documents on notifications, circulars and trade notices. It has five offices in Delhi, Chennai, Cochin, Kolkata and Mumbai. The interesting thing about IndLaw is that they've spent the last many years digitizing Indian legal and records, making them easily searchable. Synergy With Thomson's Legal Business Thomson Reuters' legal business, which includes intellectual property and compliance related services, made an operating profit of $1.1 billion over revenues of $3.5 billion in FY08. It offers these products and services: online research service Westlaw , Spanish legal information servicesAranzadi , Carswell , CompuMark, portal FindLaw , law book publisher Sweet & Maxwell andHubbard One . Indlaw will supplement Thomson-Reuters' existing professional division, which offers legal, scientific services, healthcare as well as tax and accounting software. Indlaw offers comprehensive databases classified according to subjects (intellectual property, banking law, crime, etc) and six states, besides newsletters, resources on the budget and exim policy and even an education centre. Subscription Services & Pricing Indlaw offers four subscription packages: for a student, for an institute, an individual and a premium subscription plan, which is like an unlimited offer. All are offered access to 4,00,000 case laws (judgments from Supreme Court of India, high courts, tribunals, commissions and English courts), 8000 legislations and rules, 40,000 notifications, circulars and…
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