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India Business Law Journal - November 2022

Volume 16, Issue 5

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Highlights:

In this issue

SEBI changes framework on non-convertible debt securities

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) plans to review the norms on the electronic book provider (EBP) platform, using it to issue and list non-convertible securities, securitised debt instruments, security receipts, municipal debt securities and commercial paper

DSK gets eco zone clarification

DSK Legal advised and represented the Maharasthra chapter of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association (CREDAI-MCHI) before the Supreme Court

Opening doors

dividing patent applications

Dividing patent applications – a strategic approach

By Manisha Singh and Virender Singh, LexOrbis
India Material adverse events

Deciding how material is an adverse event

By Raghubir Menon and Swati Sharma, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.
India takeover code

Poison pills give immunity from hostile takeovers

By Soumya De Mallik and Prithviraj Chauhan, HSA Advocates
Sovereign green bond framework

Green & keen

A framework for the deployment of sovereign green bonds shows the government is committed to a marriage of climate and infrastructure

Indian hotel acquisitions

No room at the inn for inept acquisition

By Sumes Dewan and Tanya Mishra, Lex Favios
video

Employees may soon get better privacy protection

By Mathew Chacko and Aadya Misra, Spice Route Legal
Cybersquatters risks in India

Cybersquatters riskier to handle, harder to punish

By Manisha Singh and Akanksha Kar, LexOrbis
resignation of lawyers

Jumping ship

Although not sparking this trend becoming known as the “great resignation”, the pandemic surely added fuel to the fire, pushing many lawyers

The A-List 2022-23

The leading lawyers and icons most recommended by clients

Suing AI in India

Suing AI will need better human law

By Sumathi Chandrashekaran and Essenese Obhan, Obhan and Associates

India Business Law Journal – November 2022

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