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Government walks a tightrope in labour relations

By Vijay Ravi, Kochhar & Co

Investment opportunities in the UAE

By Rohit Kochhar and Anjuli Sivaramakrishnan, Kochhar & Co

Future legal leaders

50 up-and-coming lawyers who are making a name for themselves in the profession

Legal risks and exposure for Japanese businesses

By Rohit Kochhar, Kochhar & Co

The A-List 2020

India Business Law Journal reveals the country’s top lawyers and legal icons in 2020

Chinese imports held up by free trade agreements

By Reena Asthana Khair, Kochhar & Co

A guide to the proper investigation of title

By Alok Tewari, Kochhar & Co

E-courts to aid Japanese companies with disputes

By Manish Dembla and Pradyuman Singh Sewar, Kochhar & Co

Foreign entities acquiring real estate in India

By Alok Tewari and Simrat Grover, Kochhar & Co

Contracts and force majeure during a pandemic

By Chandrasekhar Tampi and Ankur Khandelwal, Kochhar & Co

Preferential tariffs come under further scrutiny

By Shampa Bhattacharya, Kochhar & Co

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Legislation, incentives to invest in Nigeria

By Fidelis Adewole and Marian Asuenimhen, G Elias & Co
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Roadmap for investing in Bangladesh

By ASA Bari and Shahrima Tanjin Arni, AS & Associates
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International A-List 2021

The top 100 foreign lawyers for India-related matters

Driver’s seat

Driver’s seat

The pre-pack insolvency resolution process allows corporate debtors to take the wheel and steer their way out of tricky situations, but its success will depend on how certain roadblocks are bypassed

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IP, immigration and regulations for foreign innovators in Nigeria

By Afolasade Olowe, Yeye Nwidaa and Tolu Olaloye, Jackson Etti & Edu
China intellectual property

China’s IP makeover

Top-down intellectual property reforms include major judicial and legislative change, solving problems that have affected enterprises for decades. But do the changes go far enough?