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India Business Law Journal - July August 2009

Volume 3, Issue 2



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In this issue

The role of the IPAB under the Patents Act

By Abhai Pandey, Lex Orbis IP Practice

Managing IP risks in outsourcing deals

By Dr Sushil Kumar, Clairvolex Knowledge Processes

New regulations for delisting equity shares

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

India Business Law Journal’s 2009 Directory of Indian Law Firms

Plus expert editorial analysis of the challenges, opportunities and threats facing the country’s legal profession

Liberalization of external commercial borrowings

By Shardul Thacker, Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe
A feature image of an article about Satyam financial performance and management issues

Rising from the flames

Satyam’s rescue by Tech Mahindra holds valuable lessons for dealmakers, legal advisers and regulators

Mukherjee’s mixed bag

Tax reforms set out in the 2009 budget have been widely welcomed, but an unexpected rise in minimum alternate tax has alarmed investors

PPP norms revisited: only serious bidders welcome

By Dinesh Pardasani and Varun Nair, Trilegal

Trademarks as keywords in online searches

By Rahul Chaudhry, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

The education sector in India

By Sandip Bhagat, S&R Associates

IP protection critical in outsourcing

By Priti Suri, PSA, Legal Counsellors

Building on common values

Shared legal heritage and a partnership in natural resources are driving trade and investment between Canada and India

In fits and starts and in bits and pieces

By Anahita Irani, Juris Corp

Civil and criminal cases can proceed simultaneously

By Vivek Vashi, Bharucha & Partners

New IDR rules to boost capital raising

By Amit Tambe & Namrata Sinha, Trilegal

Law enforcement

The ease of evading inconvenient laws, court orders and regulations threatens to undermine India’s growth. The time for reform is ripe