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December 2014/January 2015

Privacy governance: Guide to an effective programme

By Alison Deighton, TLT LLP

Transfer pricing and marketing intangibles

By Ranjeet Mahtani and Darshi Shah, Economic Laws Practice

Rule changes for NBFCs: An unwelcome intrusion?

By Sawant Singh, Kartikeya Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Fund-raising abroad: Trends and challenges

By Vivek Mimani and Rohit Jayaraman, Khaitan & Co

Implantation in the UK: Thoughts & procedures

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices and Ian Baker, Miller Rosenfalck LLP

Minority shareholder protections in the UAE

By James Bowden, Afridi & Angell

Policy paralysis: A setback for insurance sector M&A?

By Shailaja Lall and Ashish Teni, Amarchand Mangaldas

What’s in a name? Personality rights in India

By Vidya Bhushan Mehrish and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

D&O insurance and the Companies Act, 2013

By Riddhi Sancheti, Khaitan Sud & Partners

Better IP protection would help encourage investment

By Gayatri Roy and Reshma Vaidya, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Foreign direct investment in railways moving ahead

By Akshay Jaitly and Suchita Saigal, Trilegal

New ruling on jurisdiction key for e-commerce cases

By Vivek Vashi and Krishnendu Sayta, Bharucha & Partners

New certainty on trigger for merger control notice?

By Kunal Chandra and Gautam Chawla, Trilegal

Rewarding whistleblowers: Arguments for and against

By Suhail Nathani and Yogesh Chande, Economic Laws Practice

Law drafted to cast light on resource sector revenue

By Eden Oliver, Claire Webster and Daniel Cipollone, Bennett Jones LLP

Pledge of shares in an IPO: Whose skin is it anyway?

By Jeet Sen Gupta, Yogesh Chande and Nitin Gupta, Economic Laws Practice

The gift of giving

The pro bono pursuits of India’s legal practitioners

Deals of the Year 2014

India Business Law Journal celebrates the most significant deals and disputes of 2014 and reveals the law firms that guided them

A can-do spirit

In-house profile: Roma Arora of Havells

India in 2015

Six prominent figures from India’s in-house community share their views on the legal developments that will shape domestic and international business in the year ahead

Opening up?

Liberalizing the legal market is back on the agenda

Most Popular

Indian Law Firm Awards 2022

In a celebration of hard work, ingenuity and excellence, India Business Law Journal reveals the winners of the 2022 Indian Law Firm Awards

International A-List 2022

The top 100 overseas lawyers for handing India matters

Future Legal Leaders 2022

Future Legal Leaders 2022

50 up-and-coming lawyers who are poised for further success

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Deals of the Year

The standout deals and disputes of the year, all completed in challenging times

Correspondents

Questions arise over restricting ‘sale of pledged shares to self’

By Aniket Sawant and Aanchal Gujrani, SNG & Partners
Companies depend on proper paperwork at trial

Companies depend on proper paperwork at trial

By Kshitiz Khera, HSA Advocates

Sale to self of pledged securities not legal

By Karthik Somasundram and Khyati Mehrotra, Bharucha & Partners

Features

The write moment

The write moment

E-signatures get a boost during the pandemic with parties finding they speed up turnaround times for deals

You’re hooked!

Copyright infringers bait B2B partners with the promise of opportunity

Bouncing back

Bouncing back

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

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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