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India Business Law Journal - October 2021

Volume 15, Issue 4

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Highlights:

In this issue

Open access to electricity becoming a reality

By Abhishek Tripathi and Anura Gupta, Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors

New internal ombudsman scheme for NBFCs

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal
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Building back better

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FAQs miss bullseye on IT rules

By Freny Patel
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Devil in the e-detail

The government is keen to support the growth of online trade, but its draft e-commerce rules could have the opposite effect.

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News in brief October 2021

Post-dated cheques not a worthless paper

Post-dated cheques not a worthless paper

By Devyani Dhawan and Ayushi Parnami, SNG & Partners
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Shareholder disputes cannot exclude right to arbitration

By Kelvin Poon and Avinash, Rajah & Tann
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Failure of consensus cropped farm laws vision

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices
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Protection of IP dwindles at the border

By Manisha Singh and Dheeraj Kapoor, LexOrbis
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Tangled accounting practices fuel power disputes

By Puja Priyadarshini & Sagnik Maitra, HSA Advocates
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Challenges in defining relevant markets for digital businesses

By Deeksha Manchanda and Niti Richhariya, Chandhiok & Mahajan
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A small suffix causes big IP dispute

By Manisha Singh and Malyashree Sridharan, LexOrbis
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Who’s in control?

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

India Business Law Journal – October 2021

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