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India Business Law Journal - December 2010/January 2011

Volume 4, Issue 6

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In this issue

India in 2011

Business and legal professionals share their hopes and fears for the year ahead

Indemnity clauses in commercial contracts

By Uday Walia and Palash Gupta, S&R Associates

Rights of performers increasingly recognized

By Shalika Bhalla, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Time to share

Pro bono work is increasingly finding a place in the schedules of busy Indian lawyers

New charging method for electricity transmission

By Sakya Singha Chaudhuri and Aditya Kapoor, Trilegal

Service tax on renting of immovable property

By Darshan Bora, Economic Laws Practice

No anti-competitive practices by banks in home loan sector

By Sunil Kumar and Shradha Dubey, Singhania & Partners

Financial sector legislative reforms commission

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

A new direction for PPPs?

The case for a super-regulator to oversee private participation in India’s infrastructure sector

Akila Agrawal Partner Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

Right to livelihood: employer v employee

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

Deals of the Year 2010

50 of the most significant transactions, court cases and IP enforcement actions of 2010 and reveals the law firms that guided them

Punitive v predetermined damages

By Vivek Vashi, Bharucha & Partners.

Firing up the markets

The complex preparations that were required and reveals the secrets behind Coal India’s success

Amaya Singh Lex Orbis IP Practice

Section 22 of Companies Act v scope of passing off

By Amaya Singh, Lex Orbis IP Practice

IPOs in the insurance sector: myriad factors at play

By Saket Shukla and Arun Madhu, Phoenix Legal

India has one of the lowest income tax rates in the world

Proposals for the introduction of a goods and services tax lack clarity and are riddled with inconsistencies