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ADI GODREJ Launched SAROSH ZAIWALLA’S Book Honour Bound - Adventures of an Indian Lawyer in the English Courts


‘Honour Bound – Adventures of an Indian Lawyer in the English Courts’, was launched in Mumbai at a distinctive event at Mumbai Press Club in presence of many celebrities and eminent journalist the book was Launched by the renowned Chairman of the Godrej Group, Mr. Adi Godrej.
 


The release was followed by a panel discussion which was a literary feast as it included many aficionados of the writing world. The eminent panellist’s included the talented author himself Sarosh Zaiwalla along with renowned Indian journalist and columnist Bachi Kakaria.
 



‘Honour Bound – Adventures of an Indian Lawyer within the English Courts’, was launched in Mumbai at a particular event at Mumbai Press Club in presence of the many celebrities and eminent journalist the book was Launched by the renowned Chairman of the Godrej Group, Mr. Adi Godrej.

The release was followed by a discussion which was a literary feast because it included many aficionados of the writing world. The eminent panellist’s included the talented author himself Sarosh Zaiwalla along side renowned Indian journalist and columnist Bachi Kakaria.

Sarosh Zaiwalla’s story spotlights the journey of an Indian solicitor vying for the most important cases overseas as a non-English national. His memoirs will bring readers closer to the planet of a highly successful Indian lawyer during a foreign land, with a world client base. it's an insightful diary of the adventures of the law of nations firm based at the guts of London’s legal district. Honour Bounds recites the company’s most status , challenging and controversial cases, as Sarosh Zaiwalla shares his wealth of engrossing anecdotes.


The book reveals sensational cases from Mr Zaiwalla’s lifetime, including chapters on:



Representing Bachchans for the Bofors Case: How Mr. Zaiwalla successfully sued the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter for libel on behalf of renowned Bollywood idol Amitabh Bachchan and his brother Ajitabh. The newspaper had accused the Bachchans of taking bribes in reference to the acquisition of Swedish-made Bofors field guns by the Indian army when Rajiv Gandhi was India’s prime minister.


The Mafia Client: Mr. Zaiwalla leaves no holds barred as he exposes on everything about an unexpected relationship with a volatile Mafia boss within the mid 1990’s.

Coming from a distinguished legal family in Mumbai, Mr. Sarosh Zaiwalla arrived in London within the early 1970s to qualify as an English solicitor. At a private level, he has engaged with world leaders, including Prime Ministers, politicians, the UN Secretary General and therefore the Dalai Lama .

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