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Enforcing arbitration awards in India

By Nishant Malhotra,Titus & Co

IP assets may be more valuable than physical ones

By Baljit Singh Kalha and Nishant Malhotra, Titus & Co

Tax changes in budget could impact M&A deals

By Abhixit Singh and Ramandeep Arora,Titus & Co

Plea bargaining in India: A unique concept

By Abhixit Singh and Digvijay Singh,Titus & Co

Tax treatment could hurt domestic funds

By Baljit Singh Kalha and Pragya Dhamija,Titus & Co

Arbitration clauses are an important feature of deals

By Abhixit Singh and Pragya Dhamija,Titus & Co

Laws and judgments help merger transactions

By Baljit Singh Kalha and Durgesh Singh,Titus & Co

Using the right arbitration law offers many advantages

By Abhixit Singh and Durgesh Singh,Titus & Co

Compulsory notification of M&A deals

By Baljit Singh Kalha and Jasman Boparai,Titus & Co

Hutch-Vodafone may have deep tax implications

By Jasman Boparai, Titus & Co

Multi-level marketing is illegal, state courts say

By R S Mittal and Jasman Boparai, Titus & Co

Acquiring an outsourcing business may impact PE

By Baljit Singh Kalha, Niranjan Raj, Titus & Co

Enforcing foreign judgments in India

By Niranjan Raj, Titus & Co

Employees play their own role in corporate mergers

By Diljeet Titus and Niranjan Raj, Titus & Co

Enforcing foreign arbitral awards

By Abhixit Singh and Niranjan Raj, Titus & Co

Due diligence integral to successful M&A deals

By Baljit Singh Kalha, Titus & Co

Strategies for effective litigation

By Suhail Dutt, Titus & Co

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Do lawyers have a duty to help avert a climate catastrophe?

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By Shivanand Pandit

The markets regulator has begun a process to move away from the broad concept of promoter to controlling shareholders in order to better identify who’s in charge. Shivanand Pandit reports

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Jury out on fate of cryptos, NFTs

By Raghavan Ramabadran & Sai Prashanth, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan in Chennai
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International public offerings

By Bobby Majumder and David J Zylka, Frost Brown Todd
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Uniformity needed for IP disputes

By Manisha Singh and Varun Sharma, LexOrbis

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Game not over

A spate of high-stakes legal victories means the fantasy sports format is here to stay, but there is still much to be done to stabilise the industry, writes Amol Apte at Dream11