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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.

Sandbox helps businesses and regulators innovate

By Archana Tewary and Arjun David Alexander, J. Sagar Associates

Infrastructure investments to boost economic growth

By Upendra Nath Sharma and Pooja Thomas, J. Sagar Associates

New privatization model to help airports take off

By Ashish Suman and Kartikeya GS, J. Sagar Associates

Risks in acquiring distressed infrastructure assets

By Rupinder Malik, Sidharrth Shankar and Srishti Moitra, J. Sagar Associates

Are tenancy-related disputes arbitrable?

By Gerald Manoharan and Vishnu Vinayak, J. Sagar Associates

Specific enforcement now primary remedy in disputes

By Vinod Kumar, J Sagar Associates

Infrastructure companies: Are we really hedged?

By Anish Mashruwala and Soumitra Majumdar, J. Sagar Associates

Moves on multiple fronts to improve infrastructure

By Venkatesh Prasad, J. Sagar Associates

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

By Aashit Shah and Utsav Johri, J. Sagar Associates

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Top law firms in India

Indian Law Firm Awards 2019

We unveil the country’s top law firms after an extensive survey of in-house counsel and international lawyers

law firms

Leaders of the pack

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Correspondents

Haryana Real Estate Regulatory Authority

Haryana passes directions to restrict fund diversion

By Tanvi Choksey and Kawaljeet Kaur, SNG & Partners
SEBI

SEBI limits exemption from open offer on debt conversion

By Ambarish and Mihir Roy, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
arbitration

Unstamped agreements cannot trigger arbitration

By Karthik Somasundram and Sneha Jaisingh, Bharucha & Partners

Features

Rebuilding trust

Interview with MahaRERA chief Gautam Chatterjee

Under attack

In-house counsel snaps back at US IP report's rebuke of India

provident funds

Skipping out

Spotlight on companies skipping out employee provident fund contributions

Practitioner’s perspectives

Food safety and standards regulation

By Navarre Ebenezer Roy, Anand and Anand
insolvency

Insolvency code: Judicial trends

By Abhishek Tripathi and Avantika Shukla, Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors
insolvency

Investing through insolvency code

By Sanjay Asher and Nikhil Kaul, Crawford Bayley & Co.

Vantage point

independent directors

Risky proposition

The role of an independent director is an unenviable one, argues Nitin Mittal