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India Business Law Journal - July/August 2010

Volume 4, Issue 2

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In this issue

Comparing passing off and trademark infringement

By Abhai Pandey, Lex Orbis IP Practice

Foul play: copyright protection for online games

By Aditi Sharma, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Issue of non-convertible debentures regulated

By Shardul Thacker, Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
Akshay Jaitly,Amar Narula,Trilegal

Viability gap funding in key infrastructure sectors

By Akshay Jaitly, Amar Narula and Aniket Prasoon, Trilegal
Hitesh Mehra - Ernst & Young

Corporate counsel checklist

Hitesh Mehra offers critical tips for lawyers on striking successful partnerships with in-house counsel

Are your hands clean?

BP oil spill and India’s new nuclear damage bill, fears over corporate liability – and in some cases the lack of it – have resurfaced

Pranay Bhatia,Vidushi Maheshwari,Economic Laws Practice

Direct Tax Code and impact on non-residents

By Pranay Bhatia and Vidushi Maheshwari, Economic Laws Practice
Pallavi Shroff,Harman Singh Sandhu,Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

JVs and competition law: Uncertain times ahead

By Pallavi Shroff and Harman Singh Sandhu, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co
Bharat Budholia,Associate,Juris Corp

The final verdict on ULIPs: has SEBI lost?

By Bharat Budholia, Juris Corp
Arun Madhu,Akanksha Midha,Phoenix Legal

Retail roulette puts investors on edge

By Arun Madhu and Akanksha Midha, Phoenix Legal

Publicity stunts

Falling foul of UK advertising laws may prove dangerous for Indian businesses

Micro magic

India’s micro financiers have struck gold while reaching out to the poor and vulnerable

Uday Walia,Partner,S&R Associates

Foreign acquirers and the Takeover Code

By Uday Walia, S&R Associates

Legal Market Report & Directory of Indian Law Firms 2010

Indian law firms are grappling with a flood of new legislation as they attempt to capitalize on the resurgent economy

Karan Singh,Arjun Sinha,Trilegal

RBI allows take-out financing through ECBs

By Karan Singh and Arjun Sinha, Trilegal
Vivek Vashi,Bharucha & Partners

Supreme Court interprets ‘persons acting in concert’

By Vivek Vashi, Bharucha & Partners

Fuelling the deal

What goes on behind the scenes of a multimillion-dollar deal and how do you ensure there are no hidden legal landmines?

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