Goals and Objectives
To develop the standard of practice in the Chandigarh
To assist and advice the State Government on policies and laws that will make the state friendly for Business Investments.
To work with Bench on assisting in removing Legal Backlog of cases throughout the Chandigarh.
To work to improve the legal education standards among Law Universities and Colleges across the State.
To work with Law Enforcement Agencies (such as Police and CID) to improve the quality of investigations and level of prosecution among the Investigating agencies.
To help shape the local SEZ policies in the Chandigarh.
To conduct workshop on Ethics and Professionalism among Legal Community.
Navneet S. Chugh – Advisor, Chandigarh Regional Forum and Mr.Chugh is the Managing Partner of The Chugh Firm. He is Attorney-at-Law by profession and also holds a degree of Certified Public Accountant and MBA.
His Firm has an expertise in corporate, tax, litigation, and immigration services to emerging growth and mature companies. The firm has offices in Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Iselin NJ, Atlanta, Fairfax, VA; Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, and Chandigarh.
Mr. Chugh was the founder president of South Asian Bar Association of Southern California (SABA) in 1995. In 1997; he founded The Indus Entrepeneurs (TiE), Southern California, and is the President.
In 2003, he was the founder president of the North American South Asian Bar Association (www.NASABA.com), a nationwide body with 25 chapters in North America representing over 6,000 South Asian lawyers in the U.S. and Canada.
A Trustee and on the Board of the American India Foundation (www.aif.org), the largest and most successful Indian charity based in the U.S. that has raised $60 million since 2001.
Mr. Chugh is on the board of various organizations:. American India Foundation, Asia Society of Southern California, India Community Center (ICC), Pratham Southern California, Sikh Center of OC, Habib American Bank, Ignify – an IT Consulting Firm
Chairman, Premier Media, Inc., publisher of the largest Indian weekly newspaper in SoCal – “India Journal”.