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India Business Law Journal - June 2009

Volume 3, Issue 1

Highlights:

The top foreign firms for India work
LPO billing rates demystified
India’s election and the business of law
Xchanging’s takeover of Cambridge Solutions
Forum shopping: choosing the right battlefield
 

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In this issue

Taking responsibility for internet content

By Rahul Chaudhry, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

US nuclear export controls: preparing Indian companies

By Ajay Kuntamukkala, Hogan & Hartson

Multimodal logistics parks to enhance rail freight system

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

Freedom of contract in PPP projects

By Akshay Jaitly、Sakya Singha Chaudhri and Nayantara Nag, Trilegal

Choosing your battlefield

Location is a critical factor in the success of dispute resolution proceedings

Arbitration agreements require careful drafting

By Vivek Vashi, Bharucha & Partners

Singh swings it

What does the election result really mean for the business of law and the law of business in India?

Corporate governance: A paradigm shift needed

By Priti Suri, PSA, Legal Counsellors

Patent intelligence reports provide business insights

By TS Sharat, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

Rising food prices stir opposition to biofuels

By Wayne Rogers, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP

Leading from the front

India Business Law Journal presents its third annual survey of the top foreign law firms for India-related work

Fitting the bill

As clients turn against hourly rate billing, LPOs are offering a range of alternative fee structures

Beating the odds

A case study of Xchanging’s successful takeover of Cambridge Solutions

Pledge disclosures: a rule or an exception?

By Vandana Sekhri and Prachi Loona, Juris Corp

Tackling trademark infringement

By Abhai Pandey, Lex Orbis IP Practice

National security exceptions to foreign investment

By Rajat Sethi, S&R Associates