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India Business Law Journal - June 2011

Volume 5, Issue 1

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In this issue

FDI and convertible instruments: trial and error

By Inder Mohan Singh and Mayuri Roy, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co

FDI in LLPs: an unchartered voyage

By Kartikeya Singh and Raghuveer Sarathy, Phoenix Legal

Taking a gamble on gaming

With two new casinos set to open in India this year, what was once a no-go area for investors is attracting considerable interest

Trouble at the border?

A growing number of inbound investment deals are being subjected to rigorous and long-drawn-out national security reviews

Transfer pricing: trade and investment in Canada

By Claire MC Kennedy and Darrel H Pearson, Bennett Jones LLP

Raising the bar

Company directors must do more than simply ‘tick boxes’ if they are to raise the standard of corporate governance in India

Guarantee backed project finance bonds

By Saurabh Bhasin and Sahiba Chait, Trilegal

Mixed signals

The introduction of India’s competition law has been marred by contradictions

Arbitral awards: estimating the period of limitations

By Bidan Chandran and Pooja Kanal, Singhania & Partners

To notify or not to notify?

Delano Furtado of Trilegal explains how ambiguities in the regulations have created uncertainties about exemptions

Service tax for SEZs: further clarifications

By Udayan Choksi and Divya Jeswant, Economic Laws Practice

Going green: energy efficient buildings for the future

By Deepti Mohan, Vidhii Partners

Guidelines on credit default swaps for corporate bonds

By Ameya Khandge and Anoop Vasu, Trilegal

Option agreements in India

By Uday Walia and Brajendu Bhaskar, S&R Associates

Labour and employment relations

By Stuart Walker and Nazanin Aleyaseen, Afridi & Angell

Controlling mergers and acquisitions

By Suchitra Chitale, Chitale & Chitale Partners

The delisting regime in India

By Subhayu Chatterjee, Khaitan & Co

The long wait for reform

Is greater foreign investment in India’s insurance sector still a pipe dream?

Leading the field

IBLJ reveals the frontrunners in the race for India-related work

Compulsory licences in offing for generic drug makers

By Kamakhya Srivastava, Lex Orbis IP Practice