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L&L Partners

L&L Partners is a leading full-service law firm in India, with a team of over 350 counsel, including 61 partners. The firm has received several awards and recognitions over the years.

FDI relaxations in insurance may not get desired response

By Vivek Pareek and Maathangi Hariharan, L&L Partners

Standing down the guard and increasing FDI in defence

By Damini Bhalla and Akshay Jain, L&L Partners

New rules to socially distance non-resident investors

By Snigdhaneel Satpathy and Sanchita Kumari, L&L Partners

Virtual currency trade sees challenges with FDI

By Arjun Rajgopal and Akshaya Iyer, L&L Partners

Budget gives foreign direct investment its rightful place

By Navin Syiem and Nitin Gera, L&L Partners

FDI in digital media – easing of norms or restriction?

By Vivek Pareek and Shreshth Bhartia, L&L Partners

Amendments bring clarity for foreign-owned retailers

By Anshuman Mozumdar and Anirudh Gotety, L&L Partners

FDI reforms give embattled economy a shot in the arm

By Vaibhav Kakkar and Sahil Arora, L&L Partners

IBC to lure foreign funds following ECB reforms

By Sameen Vyas and Vishrut Kansal, L&L Partners

Overseas investments by residents face policy gaps

By Vikrant Kumar, Vasudev Dibbur and Bissheesh Roy, L&L Partners

Long and short of e-commerce foreign investment rules

By Kanchan Sinha and Sanya Parmar, L&L Partners

Bitter pill to swallow for foreign investors in pharma

By Vikrant Kumar and Anina D’Cunha, L&L Partners

Policy prescriptions to ignite FDI in defence production

By Alina Arora and Apurva Zutshi, L&L Partners

FOCCs investing in OCIs – a mystery akin to Narasimha?

By Akshay Nagpal and Niharika Choudhary, L&L Partners

Single brand retail: Poised for gains or lost in ambiguity?

By Vishwanath Pratap Singh and Srabanee Ghosh, L&L Partners

The grinch that stole Christmas for e-tailers

By Vaibhav Kakkar and Keshav Pareek, L&L Partners

MCA plan to cap pay puts outside directors in a bind

By Harish Kumar, L&L Partners

Forex rules hinder foreign participation in debt unwind

By Apurva Jayant and Amritha Kumar, L&L Partners

Financial services firms hit by minimum capitalization

By Shinoj Koshy, L&L Partners

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