Draft n Craft Expands its Wings in the US with Rosen Law Group PLLC

February 22, 2012 – Rosen Law Group PLLC will be serving as the engine of growth for Draft n Craft in the United States. It will play an important role in representing the company’s interests and operations. Mr Rakesh K. Sharma, Managing Director, Draft n Craft, and Mr. Sam S. Rosen, Esq., Managing Partner. Rosen Law Group PLLC, jointly took the decision to increase the Draft n Craft’s footprint in the US market.

Sam S. Rosen, Esq. has over a decade of experience in practicing law in the US. Mr. Rosen represents a wide variety of clients in the areas of Corporate and Business Law, Intellectual Property, technology & Internet, and Commercial Litigation, following his senior accounting and auditing position at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Mr. Rakesh K. Sharma, the MD of Draft n Craft, says, “We are extremely excited to have Sam representing us in the US. His corporate and legal expertise will be a valuable advantage to our company. It will definitely help us grow more rapidly. Sam will add his world-class expertise, which is very much required for the growth of our client base in the US.”

About Draft n Craft
Established in 2008, Draft n Craft is a cut-to-the-chase Legal Process Outsourcing Company with strong and dedicated work force of professionals. Having established a successful track record, Draft n Craft has been partners of growth to many law firms and corporations in the UK and US. Draft n Craft’s ultimate focus has always been on helping lawyers deliver greater value to their clients by providing process and technology optimization, and by devising ways to improve client’s operational spending.

About Rosen Law Group PLLC
With offices on Madison Avenue in Manhattan and in Westchester County, New York, Rosen Law Group PLLC (RLG), founded in 2007, is a boutique law firm specializing in Corporate and Business law, Immigration and Citizenship, Internet and Intellectual Property, International Taxation, Entertainment & Sports, and Commercial litigation.

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