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April 2011

New anti-avoidance measures

By Pranay Bhatia and Vidushi Maheshwari, Economic Laws Practice

Guidelines on credit default swaps for corporate bonds

By Ameya Khandge and Anoop Vasu, Trilegal

Towards a neo-liberal foreign investment policy

By Sawant Singh and Hemant Krishna V, Phoenix Legal

UAE limited liability companies

By Saurbh Kothari, Afridi & Angell

Asian giants should fuel freer cross-border investments

By Kalpataru Tripathy and Saurya Bhattacharya, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

Piracy continues to cripple entertainment industry

By Reshma Pramila Minz, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Permanent injunction in undefended case upheld

By Manisha Singh Nair, Lex Orbis IP Practice

Power to all, coal to none

By Akshay Jaitly and Rachika A Sahay, Trilegal

Changing the M&A game: issues for foreign investors

By Simran Dhir and Palash Ranjan Gupta, S&R Associates

Review after dismissal of special leave petition?

By Vivek Vashi, Bharucha & Partners

No claim certification does not relinquish claims

By Shambu Sharan and Kavita Sarin, Singhania & Partners

2011: the promising year of India in Canada

By Raj Sahni, Bennett Jones LLP

Back on the map

Chennai is regaining lost ground as a legal hub for southern India

Riding solo

As Hero and Honda part company after 26 years, IBLJ discovers that dismantling an old deal can be as complex as putting together a new one

Learning new rules

As Akil Hirani of Majmudar & Co explains, private equity investors are bracing for regulatory changes

Choosing the right sectors

Infrastructure, pharmaceuticals and education present attractive opportunities for private equity investment

Funds in flux

Regulatory obstacles and systemic turbulence disrupt the dealflow, yet India retains its allure to private equity investors

Root and branch reform

India has upped the pressure on foreign banks to put down roots in the country by converting their branches into subsidiaries

Waiting for a nod

As it awaits government approval, the Cairn-Vedanta deal hangs perilously in the balance

What has gone wrong with arbitration?

Sidharth Sharma of Tata argues that it has become a clone of the system it intended to replace

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Correspondents

Patently obvious that errors can be corrected

Patently obvious that errors can be corrected

By Essenese Obhan and Ayesha Guhathakurta, Obhan & Associates
Employee secondment is really a taxing environment

Employee secondment becomes taxing for Japanese companies

By Reena Asthana Khair, Kochhar & Co.
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Granting employee stock options to promoters

By Vandana Pai and Gayatri Ramesh, Bharucha & Partners

Features

Bouncing back

Bouncing back

As business and travel edge back to normal, which foreign law firms are in front with their India offerings?

You’re hooked!

Copyright infringers bait B2B partners with the promise of opportunity

Condition critical

Condition critical

A conflict has played out before several judicial forums over the fate of Future Retail

Practitioner’s perspectives

Rising prominence of store layouts in IP disputes

By Prachi Agarwal and Mishthi Dubey, Anand & Anand
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Nokia-Lenovo dispute: All’s well that ends well

By Pravin Anand and Vaishali Mittal, Anand and Anand
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Regulatory landscape for debt capital markets

By Aditya Bhargava and Sristi Yadav, Phoenix Legal

Vantage point

Perverted priorities

Perverted priorities

CERT-In has shown more interest in collecting data and imposing restrictions on businesses than warding off cyber-attacks, write Software Freedom Law Centre’s Mishi Choudhary

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