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India Business Law Journal - September 2023

Volume 17, Issue 3

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Highlights:

In this issue

New CCI commissioners act to clear merger filings

The appointment of three new commissioners on 19 September resolved the quorum issue at the CCI after the retirement of former chairman Gupta

IBBI tightens insolvency process on corporates

IBBI introduces amendments to corporate insolvency regulations, impacting the resolution process for entities in India

Arbitration: reins tighten on judicial intervention

A fundamental principle of India’s arbitration law is to have limited judicial intervention in the process

Loading legaltech

Our survey finds widescale acceptance of legaltech among firms, but some resistance remains

Technology transfers in India

Transfer of technology is a taxing matter

By Gautam Khurana and Abhishek Hans, India Law Offices

Strength in numbers

National in-house counsel bodies in Asia see wisdom in joining hands with resourceful larger counterparts

The green scheme

How regulating green hydrogen will play a big role in government plans for energy independence

Data law protects children

Flexible data law protects children from changing technology

By Ashima Obhan and Anubhav Chakravorty, Obhan & Associates
India Business Law Journal

Powering up

Law firm management succession planning

Tapping innate strengths

How management professionals can strengthen support functions at law firms

Dissenting arbitrator's opinion

Dissent is not award

Mediation Bill India

Mediation is not myth

SEBI fixed price delisting India

Delisting Roadblock?

SEBI’s fixed-price mechanism to face challenges as the 90% delisting threshold remains for companies

new data law shortcomings

Beyond the hype: Shortcomings of new data law

By Mathew Chacko, Aadya Misra and Ada Shaharbanu, Spice Route Legal
tax reform economy

Tax reform leads to a developed economy

By Mukesh Butani and Seema Kejriwal, BMR Legal

India Business Law Journal – September 2023

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