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J. Sagar Associates

J. Sagar Associates

J. Sagar Associates is a leading national law firm in India, and are recognized as the Indian law firm that led and continues to lead in India a paradigm shift towards institutionalizing and professionalizing law firm ownership and management.

Mega-sale of ailing players is looming: Any financers?

By Aashit Shah and Utsav Johri, J. Sagar Associates

More action needed to ease contractors’ liquidity crisis

By Dhirendra Negi and Ananya Kumar, J. Sagar Associates

Upswing in M&A activity expected to gather steam

By Rupinder Malik and Revathy Muralidharan, J. Sagar Associates

Sound insolvency resolution key to infrastructure growth

By Divyanshu Pandey and Arpita Garg, J. Sagar Associates

Policies for energy storage and renewables in India

By Amit Kapur and Vishnu Sudarsan, J. Sagar Associates

Correspondents

Prior notice: A precondition to challenge arbitral awards?

By Karthik Somasundram and Shreya Gupta, Bharucha & Partners

Courts take the high road to punish IP infringers

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis

Artistic works: Resolving design-copyright overlap

By Omesh Puri, LexOrbis

Features

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Immoral compass?

When the patent office acts as India’s conscience

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Parliament: the monsoon session

New legislation from parliament’s monsoon session

The state of India’s legal market

An assessment of the prevailing trends in the legal profession

Practitioner’s perspectives

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Hyundai case: A lesson for CCI

Atul Dua and Anupam Sanghi analyse why the competition regulator’s order was set aside

Legal discord?

An examination of the overlap between the competition regulator and courts on IP disputes

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Court’s role in insolvency cases

Subodh Sadana and Bhuvan Arora analyse judicial intervention in insolvency resolution

Vantage point

Training for a better tomorrow

Why Indian lawyers may not be competitive internationally, writes Ojasvita Srivastava, founder of Project Abhimanyu