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Practitioner's Perspective

Practitioner's Perspective

Trademarking the Taj

By Pravin Anand and Geetanjali Visvanathan, Anand and Anand

What makes a law firm a deal maker?

By Bithika Anand and Jogesh Sharma, Legal League Consulting

Why RERA matters for lenders

Srishti Ojha and Nupur T Malde advise lenders about compliance obligations for real estate developers

Notes of caution on merger control

Anand Pathak sheds light on the regulatory pitfalls that remain for parties looking to enter into combinations

Dividing goods, services necessary under GST?

L Badri Narayanan discusses the need for more clarity and less superfluous tinkering with new system

Lessons for SEP holders

Pravin Anand and Abhilasha Nautiyal on trends, and do’s and don’ts, for standard essential patents litigation

Managing mergers

By Alka Bharucha and Justin Bharucha, Bharucha & Partners

Correspondents

Revised restructuring norms: Impact on project loans

By Avinash Kumar Khard, HSA Advocates

Restrictions on refinancing eased for select borrowers

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

‘Order of preference’ and the growth of reinsurance

By Shailaja Lall and Ashish Teni, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Features

Re-setting the bar

Are law firms and companies doing enough to remove hurdles faced by women lawyers in the workplace?

True colours

Do corporate counsel associations meet the expectations of their members?

Indian Law Firm Awards

India Business Law Journal names the outstanding law firms of 2017-18

Practitioner’s perspectives

PRAVIN ANAND is managing partner and GEETANJALI VISVANATHAN is a managing associate at Anand and Anand.

Trademarking the Taj

By Pravin Anand and Geetanjali Visvanathan, Anand and Anand
Bithika Anand and Jogesh Sharma

What makes a law firm a deal maker?

By Bithika Anand and Jogesh Sharma, Legal League Consulting

Why RERA matters for lenders

Srishti Ojha and Nupur T Malde advise lenders about compliance obligations for real estate developers

Vantage point

Investing with a conscience

A combination of will and a code of practice are necessary for the success of ethical investing, writes PM Devaiah