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September 2018

Transformative thinking

The Supreme Court’s verdict on section 377 is a positive step. But progressive thinking has yet to become commonplace

Cross-border insolvency requires a new framework

By Abhishek Dutta and the Knowledge Management Team, Aureus Law Partners

Telecom licences amended to enforce net neutrality

By Asim Abbas, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Lenders’ dilemma resolved as guarantors caught in net

By Shweta Bharti and Sukrit Kapoor, Hammurabi & Solomon

Financial services firms hit by minimum capitalization

By Shinoj Koshy, L&L Partners

Draft data protection bill: Key points for companies

By Deepak Sabharwal, Deepak Sabharwal & Associates

Training for a better tomorrow

Why Indian lawyers may not be competitive internationally, writes Ojasvita Srivastava, founder of Project Abhimanyu

Issuance of repo directions welcome but barely noticed

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Deals in brief

Fighting for control

Two regulators tussle over jurisdiction

Lending a hand

Gauging the role of social responsibility in law firms

Parliament: the monsoon session

New legislation from parliament’s monsoon session

Hyundai case: A lesson for CCI

Atul Dua and Anupam Sanghi analyse why the competition regulator’s order was set aside

Immoral compass?

When the patent office acts as India’s conscience

Extension beyond 270 days: New attempt at resolution

By Aniket Sawant and Medha Unadkat, SNG & Partners

Angel tax exemption: Is there a real benefit?

By Nivedita Nivargi and Bhadra Menon, Samvad Partners

Mega-sale of ailing players is looming: Any financers?

By Aashit Shah and Utsav Johri, J. Sagar Associates

Artistic works: Resolving design-copyright overlap

By Omesh Puri, LexOrbis

Digital Access Service open to patent applicants in India

By Jyoti Sharma, LexOrbis

Damages against developer must reflect flat buyer’s loss

By Karthik Somasundram and Sneha Jaisingh, Bharucha & Partners

GST advance rulings: Useful, despite ‘pro-revenue trend’

By Sudipta Bhattacharjee and Onkar Sharma, Advaita Legal

An audacious argument

Bertrand Russell’s dream of working less is an unaffordable luxury for lawyers in today’s market

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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

Correspondents

Patently obvious that errors can be corrected

Patently obvious that errors can be corrected

By Essenese Obhan and Ayesha Guhathakurta, Obhan & Associates
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Granting employee stock options to promoters

By Vandana Pai and Gayatri Ramesh, Bharucha & Partners
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NOIDA dues are not a financial debt

By Shreya Sircar and Sneha Sanyal, 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

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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