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Asia Business Law Journal - May/June 2021

Volume 5, Issue 6

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Highlights:

In this issue

The disputes landscape for foreign investors in India

By Atul Pandey and Ravitej Chilumuri, Khaitan & Co

Investment rules, agencies and dispute resolution in Nigeria

By Adedolapo Akinrele, Adewale Sontan and Abraham Otene, FO Akinrele & Co

Foreign investment-friendly IP regime in Taiwan

By Jane Wang, Brian Hsieh and Monica Wang, Formosa Transnational
Asia Business Law Journal

Shifting gears

Foreign liquidator assistance and common law in Bermuda, Keith Robinson and Emma Duffy, Carey Olsen

Foreign liquidator assistance and common law in Bermuda

By Keith Robinson and Emma Duffy, Carey Olsen

Foreign liquidators may apply for recognition in Bermuda pursuant to the common law by the application of the principles of comity

Tax-planning-strategies-for-South-Korean-investors,-Kim-Sunyoung-and-Kim-Minhyung,-Shin-&-Kim

Tax planning strategies for South Korean investors

By Kim Sunyoung and Kim Minhyung, Shin & Kim
Foreword, Chae Jooyup, Korea In-house Counsel Association (KICA)

Korea’s global outreach

By Chae Jooyup, Korea In-house Counsel Association (KICA)
Zoom John Miersvideo

Spinning your Zoom

Communications expert John Miers offers some practical advice for engaging and retaining your virtual audience

Mila Federis

Kolin decision brings final relief to Philippine trademark confusion

By Mila Federis, Federis & Associates

The recent decision in Kolin Electronics (KECI) v Kolin Philippines International (2021) came as a relief to erase the confusion by the court decision that allowed two unrelated companies to register one identical trademark for clearly related goods

SIAC Lim Seok Huivideo

Singapore’s secret recipe

SIAC's CEO talks about strategies for the centre's success and emerging trends in arbitration

Indian-investment-opportunities-for-South-Korean-businesses,-Gaurav-Dani-and-Saurav-Kumar,-IndusLaw

Indian investment opportunities for South Korean businesses

By Gaurav Dani and Saurav Kumar, IndusLaw
Regulatory-overview-for-companies-doing-business-in-Thailand,-Warot-Wanakankowit,-Warot-Advisory-Services-

Regulatory overview for companies doing business in Thailand

By Warot Wanakankowit, Warot Advisory Services
Overview-of-arbitration-and-dispute-resolution-in-Taiwan,-Huang-Shilin,-K&L-Gates

Overview of arbitration and dispute resolution in Taiwan

By Huang Shilin, K&L Gates
Investment-incentives-and-setting-up-business-in-Taiwan,-Robin-Chang,-Matt-Lai-and-Lu-Jialin,-Lee-and-Li

Investment incentives and setting up business in Taiwan

By Robin Chang, Matt Lai and Lu Jialin, Lee and Li
A comparison of updates on trademark law

A comparison of updates on trademark law

Safeguarding trademarks presents real challenges amid the pandemic, with massive shifts to online trading, difficulties getting cases to court and physical enforcement challenges to name a few

Brief-guide-to-FDI-in-the-Philippines,-Raoul-Angangco,-Sylvette-Tankiang-and-Franchette-Acosta,-Villaraza-&-Angangco

Brief guide to FDI in the Philippines

By Raoul Angangco, Sylvette Tankiang and Franchette Acosta, Villaraza & Angangco
Japan-Top-100-Lawyers-2021

Japan A-List

Following an extensive nomination process, Asia Business Law Journal reveals the A-List of the country’s legal profession

intermediary rules

The yes, no, maybe of 2021 intermediary rules

By Safir Anand, Anand and Anand

There has been an ongoing debate on the yays and nays of the 2021 intermediary rules, primarily because India is set to begin enforcing a new set of rules that fundamentally changes the way the internet will be experienced in the country

Liability of guarantors after landmark India verdict

Liability of guarantors after landmark India verdict

By Soummo Biswas and Shivani Sinha, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Guarantors, whether personal or corporate, have an intrinsic relationship with the corporate debtor in their capacities as directors, promoters, associates, subsidiaries or holding companies.

legal tech

Lawyering 2.0

Why have law firms been so sluggish to adopt technology? And where is the legal sector heading now it is on board?