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Reference to arbitration after final settlement

By Madhu Sweta and Amit Mishra, Singhania & Partners

22 million investors too many for private affair

By Rohit Jaiswal and Rishi Raj, Singhania & Partners

Rewriting an award is untenable and illegal

By Shilpa Shah and Sharan Kukreja, Singhania & Partners

Land acquisition: urgency claim viewed with scepticism

By Rohit Jaiswal and Siddharth Dubey, Singhania & Partners

Amalgamations: court no judge of commercial wisdom

By Shilpa Shah and Sharan A Kukreja, Singhania & Partners

Arbitral awards: estimating the period of limitations

By Bidan Chandran and Pooja Kanal, Singhania & Partners

Convention on arrest of ships: applicability in India

By Kaushik Chowdhury and Ayasmita Mitra, Singhania & Partners

No claim certification does not relinquish claims

By Shambu Sharan and Kavita Sarin, Singhania & Partners

Applying part I of the Arbitration Act globally

By Vikas Goel and Neha Goyal, Singhania & Partners

No anti-competitive practices by banks in home loan sector

By Sunil Kumar and Shradha Dubey, Singhania & Partners

Competition Commission faces multiple tasks

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar, Singhania & Partners

IPAB: Speedy redressal mechanism for IP disputes

By Ravi Singhania and Dipak Rao, Singhania & Partners

Indirect foreign investment policy in a state of flux

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar, Singhania & Partners

Service tax net may catch manufacturers outside India

By Ravi Singhania and Sunil Kumar, Singhania & Partners

Private sector set to play growing role in insurance

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners

Goods and services tax: A fiscal and political leap

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners

The changing regulatory mechanics of M&A

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners

India’s telecom network makes a paradigm shift

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners

India’s telecom network makes a paradigm shift

By Ravi Singahania, Singhania & 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.

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

enforcement

Bias towards enforcement of foreign awards

By Karthik Somasundram and Shreya Gupta, Bharucha & Partners
innovation

Complementary advances can be research or imitation

By DPS Parmar, LexOrbis
banking

Cryptocurrencies avoid a KO and win on points

By Karthik Somasundram and Sneha Jaisingh, Bharucha & Partners

Features

disputes

Pandemics unforeseen

How will the courts respond to an anticipated deluge of disputes relating to frustration of contracts in a post-COVID-19 world?

contracts

COVID-19 and continuity of contracts

Outsourcing companies face severe operational challenges under the pandemic and understanding the impact of the force majeure clause and the doctrine of frustration is important in determining recourse for parties.

home

Home and safe?

With COVID-19 forcing companies to implement work-from-home policies, Jim Fitzsimmons helps us understand the cybersecurity risks posed by a remote workforce

Practitioner’s perspectives

lockdown

Staying 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: Ensuring business as usual

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

CCI

Blue sky thinking

The competition regulator has over the years allowed companies to undertake innovative commitments to enable their mergers to go through

Vantage point

patent

Dealing with delays at the IPO

The Patent Office making exceptions for delays to applications due to COVID-19 is welcome, but it should adopt more applicant-friendly policies for other cases too