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Samvad Partners is a full-service corporate law firm committed to providing innovative and quality legal advice, maintaining the highest levels of professional integrity and nurturing our lawyers in an environment that motivates them to achieve the highest standards.

Covid-19 impacts exit of PE and VC investors

By Ekta Bahl and Sanjana Shrivastava, Samvad Partners

Japan’s rising interest in the Indian startup scene

By Nisha Mallik and Niranjana Menon, Samvad Partners

Protection of founder interests in VC transactions

By Nisha Mallik and Neha Mirajgaoker, Samvad Partners

Online payment players are now under the RBI

By Juhi Mehta and Manali Kakatkar, Samvad Partners

A chaotic situation in cross-border demergers

By Nisha Mallik and Roshni Menon, Samvad Partners

Regulation of gig workers: A step forward?

By Junaira Rahman and Nikita Tanwar, Samvad Partners.

NBFCs brought under purview of insolvency code

By Anisha Shroff and Sharanya Kundu, Samvad Partners

Perils of company buyback in venture capital financing

By Siddharth Seshan and Tushar Gogoi, Samvad Partners

Searching for answers in new FDI proposal

By Vineetha MG and Srabonee Roy, Samvad Partners

Making sense of regulatory sandbox for Fintech startups

By Nivedita Nivargi and Vishnu Kale, Samvad Partners

Draft e-commerce policy puts intermediaries in a fix

By Ashwini Vittalachar and Sanjana Mathur, Samvad Partners

New ECB rules open doors to debt funding for startups

By Aparna Ravi and Samyuktha Damojipurapu, Samvad Partners

Indian perspective on Singapore convention

By Poornima Hatti and Surabhi Rao, Samvad Partners

To file or not to file – CCI keeps investors guessing

By Arjun Krishnan and Kavita Jitani, Samvad Partners

Challenges in exiting biotech portfolio investments

By Ekta Bahl and Sandeep Pareekshit, Samvad Partners

#MeToo: Investors must champion cultural change

By Natasha Mahajan and Neeraj Vyas, Samvad Partners

Clarifications awaited on changes to SBO regime

By Aparna Ravi and Surabhi Rao, Samvad Partners

Share swaps: Taking the cashless route in M&A

By Ashwini Vittalachar and Gauri Khanna, Samvad Partners

Angel tax exemption: Is there a real benefit?

By Nivedita Nivargi and Bhadra Menon, Samvad Partners

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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 pandemic has pushed courts to undergo a technological evolution, but is it working?

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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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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