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Dhir & Dhir Associates

Dhir & Dhir Associates

Established in 1993, Dhir & Dhir Associates is a full-service law firm which has been recognized as one of the leaders in restructuring & insolvency and dispute resolution among many other practice areas.

Recognition of homebuyers: Sympathy without security

By Varsha Banerjee and Juhi Bhambhani, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Realty sector reality check tempers home buyer news

By Sachin Gupta, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Sale as a going concern: Alternative in liquidation?

By Ashu Kansal and Manmayi Sharma, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Personal guarantee: A loophole finally plugged

By Sachin Gupta and Pragya Khaitan, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Replacement of resolution professionals in liquidation

By Varsha Banerjee, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Jury is out on aspects of winding up and insolvency

By Varsha Banerjee, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Operational creditors face new challenges all the time

By Sachin Gupta, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Circular on anomaly shows goals of code take priority

By Sachin Gupta, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Does moratorium apply to action for bounced cheque?

By Alok Dhir, Dhir & Dhir Associates

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: Two sides of the coin

By Alok Dhir, Dhir & Dhir Associates

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Indian Law Firm Awards 2020

In this difficult and dynamic environment, India Business Law Journal’s editorial team was once again tasked with selecting the winners of the Indian Law Firm Awards. Our decisions are based on thousands of nominations and endorsements received from in-house counsel, other senior corporate executives and legal professionals around the world, as well as hundreds of submissions from Indian law firms

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The International A-List 2020

Of the hundreds of lawyers around the world who claim to be India experts, which ones are leading the field? To find out, India Business Law Journal sought answers from a large number of professionals, mainly experienced lawyers at Indian law firms and India-focused in-house counsel around the world.

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The epidemic of fake branded masks

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FDI relaxations in insurance may not get desired response

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Assigning NRRAs and claims during liquidation

By Satish Anand Sharma and Aniket Sawant, SNG & Partners

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Greener pastures

What is the best way for a law firm to manage the exit of a star partner? Six senior lawyers share their views

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The power of persuasion

A critical part of a lawyer’s job is being a good negotiator. It requires people skills, well-ordered priorities and a positive approach to doing business

Practitioner’s perspectives

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Enforcements add a new dimension to M&A

Acquisitions through enforcement of pledged shares have become a feasible route, with courts playing a supportive role

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New era for justice delivery

Despite the flaws, the advantages of virtual courts mean they should continue even after the pandemic has abated

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Left without remedy

Creditors are in need of a credible mechanism for the resolution of covid-19-related distress until the suspension of the corporate insolvency resolution process is in place

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The courts fight back

In a very short span of time India’s courts have adapted to working during the pandemic, and the lessons learned during this time will be used to increase efficiency and productivity of the judicial system