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India Business Law Journal - October 2012

Volume 6, Issue 4

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In this issue

The retail mystique and foreign investors in India

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices
Nimish Vakil Partneer Tyabji Dayabhai

Foreign direct investment not an overnight solution

By Nimish Vakil, Tyabji Dayabhai

Use of know-how can lead to associated enterprise status

By Ajit Tolani and Abhay Pitale, Economic Laws Practice

Fracking moratorium lifted in South Africa

By Robert Appelbaum and Safiyya Patel, Webber Wentzel

Any takers?

A package of reforms aimed at whetting investors’ appetites may be too little too late

Student book publishers and the issue of fair use

By Sana Jaffri, Lall Lahiri & Salhotra

Share buyback can achieve various investment goals

By Kalpataru Tripathy and Varun Bajaj, Amarchand Mangaldas

The test for jurisdiction over foreign defendants

By Ranjan Agarwal, Bennett Jones LLP

Waiting for its moment

Kerala’s evolving legal market

Philosophy of a profession

Gandhi the lawyer offers lessons about service

A look at key provisions of employment contracts

By Anuradha Iyer, I&S Associates

The end of monogamy?

The end of the road for law firm marriages?

Survey of law firm billing rates 2012

How much should you be paying for legal advice in India?

Key cases on arbitration signal progress in India

By Trisha Mitra, Bharucha & Partners
Correspondents-Shardul-Thacker-lawyer-law-firms

Everyone stands to gain if trade relations improve

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

Problems undermine aims of special economic zones

By Amitabh Chaturvedi and Ekta Sukhramani, Mine & Young