Your avoidance or refusal to quote relevant legal provisions in support of your own reply won't affect me or my group in anyway, BUT would create bad impression of your own and would affect your own reputation as a senior legal professional.
When a person claiming to be a "senior advocate up to the highest level" fails or avoids to quote any section of relevant Act, or cite any case law in support of his own reply, even on asking, and tries to sidetrack the issue on one or the other pretext, any viewer of your answer in relation to the query, can conveniently raise doubts on your knowledge of law and even your intentions to mislead even the community of legal professionals, what to say of a layman, who would try to trust on you.
So, if you really know the provisions of law in support of your answer to the query "can an advocate become AMWAY Distributor and do amway business" you are obliged to quote the same, so that other advocates may be free to undertake business of their choice in addition to their legal practice. If you don't quote any provision of law, what to say of finer points of law, anybody can easily misunderstand you about your knowledge of law, even in general.
Further, about my ability to understand the finer points of law, you have not yet quoted any provisons of law, even in general, so where the question of understanding finer points of law by me arises?
Further, neither the question of Mr. Sasidhara, nor your answer to that question has any direct or indirect link with my group. So, where the question of asking for my group arises? Still further, it is not my fault if you can't read the name of my group, which is clearly written along side my name.