The law relating to labour and employment in India is primarily known under the broad category of “Industrial Law”.New service laws lay heavy emphasis on fighting against discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, religion, differently-abled employees, health, etc.and require employers to put in a great deal of thought and rise up to the current social climate. Industrial law in this country has changed its face in the past decades as we have moved away from the colonial and patriarchal society rule. It has developed with respect to the vastly increased awakening of the workers of their rights, particularly after the advent of Independence. With the advent of technology, machines are gradually making man redundant to the workforce, creating a new set of problems for the Industries. Industrial relations embrace a complex of relationships between the workers, employers, and government, basically concerned with the determination of the terms of employment and conditions of labour of the workers. We have worked with various IT companies on matters encompassing disputes such as the above. Under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, the mediums of resolving disputes are collective bargaining, mediation, and conciliation, investigation, arbitration, adjudication. the Firm we have expertise in matters such as disputes arising between Employer and Employee, Disputes arising out of Tender Documents, Vetting of complex Tender documents, negotiating (L&T, Bahwan Cybertek).