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Delisting before open offer: SEBI’s missed opportunity?

By Ganesh Prasad and Sanjay Khan, Khaitan & Co

Court endorses non-compete clauses in share acquisitions

By Zakir Merchant and Ashraya Rao, Khaitan & Co

Decoding requirements for construction-development

By Aakash Choubey and Abhishek Sinha, Khaitan & Co

Regulation proposed for crowdfunding in India

By Ganesh Prasad and Sharad Moudgal, Khaitan & Co

Fund-raising abroad: Trends and challenges

By Vivek Mimani and Rohit Jayaraman, Khaitan & Co

Insider trading regulations overhaul: What to expect

By Aakash Choubey and Vatsal Gaur, Khaitan & Co

Judgment affirms validity of investment structures

By Joyjyoti Misra and Arjun Rajgopal, Khaitan & Co

Budget and private equity: A missed opportunity?

By Bijal Ajinkya and Rohit Jayaraman, Khaitan & Co

Nominee directors under the Companies Act, 2013

By Joyjyoti Misra and Arjun Rajgopal, Khaitan & Co

Misrepresentation and due diligence: The HSBC case

By Ashish Razdan and Sameer Sah, Khaitan & Co

Dawn of a new regime for foreign portfolio investors

By Siddharth Shah and Divaspati Singh, Khaitan & Co

End of uncertainty: Options in Indian contracts

By Aakash Choubey and Mayank Singh, Khaitan & Co

RBI allows unlisted Indian companies to list abroad

By Rajat Mukherjee and Rishi Shroff, Khaitan & Co

Enforceability of options clarified

By Ganesh Prasad and Sharad Moudgal, Khaitan & Co

Time will test efficiency of 2013 act for PE investors

By Aakash Choubey, Khaitan & Co

Tax pass through for AIFs: A vexed issue for investors

By Bijal Ajinkya and Abhay Sharma, Khaitan & Co

Investment control and the e-tailing marketplace

By Rajat Mukherjee and Arjun Rajgopal, Khaitan & Co

Investing in India through non-convertible debentures

By Ganesh Prasad and Sharad Moudgal, Khaitan & Co

End of another exit option for private equity investors?

By Aakash Choubey and Ashish Razdan, Khaitan & Co

QFIs: A welcome move by SEBI for foreign investors

By Chirayu Chandani, Khaitan & Co

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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.

The A-List 2019

The fourth annual edition of the A-List is a continuation of India Business Law Journal’s efforts to recognize India’s most outstanding lawyers. This year, in order to acknowledge the grandees of the legal profession, as well as recognizing our regular 100 A-List of highly talented practitioners, we identify 35 legal “icons”.

Correspondents

Beneficiaries of public welfare schemes are consumers

By Karthik Somasundram and Shreya Gupta, Bharucha & Partners
Post covid-19

Facilitating exits in a post-covid-19 world

By Nivedita Tiwari and Nandini Seth, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
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No copyright protection implied for film sequels

By Manisha Singh and Gautam Kumar, LexOrbis

Features

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What’s blocking the chain?

Blockchain can be a disruptive technology for the administration of smart contracts in the financial sector if some regulatory hurdles are cleared

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A tool for financial trouble

Widely reported troubles at Yes Bank, IL&FS, DHFL and others have exposed inadequacies in the insolvency resolution regime for distressed banking and finance companies. Mohit Shukla, the legal head of Barclays India, argues that now is a perfect time to introduce a new composite code to address these shortcomings and rebuild public trust

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Keeping competitors at bay

It is well-settled law that a non-compete obligation in an employment contract in India is unenforceable after termination of the employment. However, an acquirer in an M&A transaction can require a promoter to not compete with the business that he is selling

Practitioner’s perspectives

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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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Keeping in step with the times

Patent offices and courts have introduced proactive measures in response to the COVID-19 lockdown

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COVID-19: Business as usual

Despite the disruption created by the lockdown, Remfry & Sagar has been providing real-time updates on IP matters to clients