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India Business Law Journal - July/August 2016

Volume 10, Issue 2

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Highlights:

In this issue

Update on assured return for foreign investors’ exit

By Manish Gupta and Ashish Ahluwalia, Link Legal India Law Services

Key aspects of legal regime for employee stock options

By Rashmi Pradeep, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Smart city project funding by multilateral agencies

By Soumya Kanti De Mallik, HSA Advocates

Non-convertible debentures: Issues in private placement

By Rajesh Begur, ARA LAW

A view from the inside (2016 IBLJ Directory)

Analysis of the state of play in India's legal market

Share sales via exchange: Decoding the mechanism

By Yogesh Chande, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Valuing indirect transfers: New rules introduced

By Ranjeet Mahtani and Hardik Choksi, Economic Laws Practice

The S4A: Genuine progress or a mere flash in the pan?

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal
By Sunil Seth and Vasanth Rajasekaran, Seth Dua & Associates

Ways to mitigate risks in water sector joint ventures

By Sunil Seth and Vasanth Rajasekaran, Seth Dua & Associates

Laying down laws

The key bills pending in India's parliament that will impact domestic and international businesses

E-loans in India: The path to paperless contracts

By Nupur Singh and Devyani Dhawan, SNG & Partners
By Vivek Vashi and Shaheda Madraswala, Bharucha & Partners

Supreme Court upholds criminalizing of defamation

By Vivek Vashi and Shaheda Madraswala, Bharucha & Partners

India’s patent predicament

The battle between innovators, multinationals and the public

Marks in trouble

Protecting trademarks is tricky across the border in nepal, for a variety of reasons, write Roma Arora and Harsh Aggarwal

Burned by the branding ban

Burned by the branding ban

Idil Yasa argues for an open debate at India's anti-tobacco summit to protect businesses from extreme and ineffective regulation

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