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India Business Law Journal - June 2010

Volume 4, Issue 1



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In this issue

Settling for less?

Arbitration has gained traction as a means of avoiding India’s overburdened courts

RNRL v RIL and its impact on the oil and gas industry

By Sitesh Mukherjee and Aniket Prasoon, Trilegal

Confusion persists over taxing of works contracts

By Ritesh Kanodia and Kamlesh Balani, Economic Laws Practice

TM infringement and passing off in ‘cause of action’

By Abhai Pandey, Lex Orbis IP Practice

Regulatory changes without bite

By Sawant Singh and Akanksha Midha, Phoenix Legal

The new legal architects

Which international law firms are taking the lead in designing and executing India’s cross-border transactions?

Tighter controls on securitizations

By Ameya Khandge and Vardaan Ahluwalia, Trilegal

Big bang or big gamble?

India’s new securities rules may trigger a boom in share offerings, but have sparked fears over the liquidity of the market

Doctrine of exhaustion of rights and conditional sale

By Neha Kochhar, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Sharing the spoils or spoiling the shares?

Heightened risk aversion and financial prudence on the part of investors may drive a revival of joint ventures

The Indian politicians (at it again) league

By Anahita Irani and Bharat Budholia, Juris Corp

Impact of revised pricing guidelines

By Pooja Ramchandani, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

Cash trapped

Repatriating funds from India is a highly regulated process that continues to frustrate many foreign investors

For profit or for principle?

Many law graduates are more interested in money than in discovering the thrills of their profession