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India Business Law Journal - December 2008 / January 2009

Volume 2, Issue 6

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In this issue

Search on premises vital in software piracy cases

By Abhai Pandey, Lex Orbis IP Practice

Stormy weather for shipping industry

By Shardul Thacker, Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe

Making microfinance commercially viable

By Sonali Sharma and Suprio Bose, Juris Corp

Deals of the Year 2008

India Business Law Journal celebrates the top transactional achievements of 2008 and the law firms that made them happen

Prosecution history key to patent infringement actions

By TS Sharat, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

FCCBs affected by liquidity management measures in India

By Karan Singh and Ameya Khandge, Trilegal

Consumer products companies in India resort to comparative advertising

India's courts have taken a dim view of companies that denigrate their competitors in advertisements

3, 2, 1 … lift off for nuclear power

By Akshay Jaitly, Sameer Guha and Nayantara Nag, Trilegal

Self-regulation guidelines issued for broadcasting sector

By Manoj K Singh and Monica Das, Singh & Associates, Advocates and Solicitors

Corporate sector goes hi-tech with e-governance initiatives

By Priti Suri, PSA, Legal Counsellors

Verdict due on foreign law firms

A little-known court case is generating much interest in India and overseas

It’s all about people

A photo of Akila Agrawal who is a Partner at Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

Creeping acquisition limits raised

By Akila Agrawal, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

Interest on convertible debentures is taxable

By Sumes Dewan and Shradha Puri, KR Chawla & Co

Healthy capital cushion points to future growth

By Waajid Siddiqui, Hogan & Hartson

Opening the vault

India's banking sector is on the verge of a second wave of liberalization. Will foreign banks have sufficient liquidity to join the action?

Venturing out

A growing number of Indian law firms are opening overseas offices

Private sector set to play growing role in insurance

By Ravi Singhania, Singhania & Partners