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Reference to arbitration after final settlement

By Madhu Sweta and Amit Mishra, Singhania & Partners

22 million investors too many for private affair

By Rohit Jaiswal and Rishi Raj, Singhania & Partners

Rewriting an award is untenable and illegal

By Shilpa Shah and Sharan Kukreja, Singhania & Partners

Land acquisition: urgency claim viewed with scepticism

By Rohit Jaiswal and Siddharth Dubey, Singhania & Partners

Amalgamations: court no judge of commercial wisdom

By Shilpa Shah and Sharan A Kukreja, Singhania & Partners

Arbitral awards: estimating the period of limitations

By Bidan Chandran and Pooja Kanal, Singhania & Partners

Convention on arrest of ships: applicability in India

By Kaushik Chowdhury and Ayasmita Mitra, Singhania & Partners

No claim certification does not relinquish claims

By Shambu Sharan and Kavita Sarin, Singhania & Partners

Applying part I of the Arbitration Act globally

By Vikas Goel and Neha Goyal, Singhania & Partners

No anti-competitive practices by banks in home loan sector

By Sunil Kumar and Shradha Dubey, Singhania & Partners

Competition Commission faces multiple tasks

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar,Singhania & Partners

IPAB: Speedy redressal mechanism for IP disputes

By Ravi Singhania and Dipak Rao,Singhania & Partners

Indirect foreign investment policy in a state of flux

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar,Singhania & Partners

Service tax net may catch manufacturers outside India

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar,Singhania & Partners

Private sector set to play growing role in insurance

By Ravi Singhania,Singhania & Partners

Goods and services tax: A fiscal and political leap

By Ravi Singhania,Singhania & Partners

The changing regulatory mechanics of M&A

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners

India’s telecom network takes a paradigm stride

By Ravi Singhania and Rudra Srivastava, Singhania & Partners

India’s telecom network makes a paradigm shift

By Ravi Singahania, Singhania & Partners

Balanced policies propel pharma sector growth

By Ravi Singhania,Singhania & Partners

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