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India Business Law Journal - October 2013

Volume 7, Issue 4

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In this issue

Revitalizing India

Ten legal thought leaders talk candidly about India’s economic woes and outline a series of bold measures to put the shine back into the country’s economy

A tale of two tariffs: power and ports

By Neeraj Menon and Shruti Sahu, Trilegal

Free supplies to be free of service tax?

By Ranjeet Mahtani and Anuradha Mohanty, Economic Laws Practice

Amnesty: Can it be used as a weapon against cartels?

By Arvind Gurumurthy, Udwadia Udeshi & Argus Partners

Government liberalizing pattern for FDI reforms

By Gautam Khaitan and Arihant Jain, OP Khaitan & Co
Kavita Mundkur Nigam discusses trademark licensing in India

Trademark licensing basics and recordal in India

By Kavita Mundkur Nigam, Krishna & Saurastri Associates

Third party observations and India’s pre-grant opposition

By Manoj K Singh, Singh & Associates, Advocates & Solicitors

Guernsey: meeting India’s needs

Fiona Le Poidevin, the chief executive of Guernsey Finance, explains how Guernsey can satisfy India’s ever-increasing demands

Opportunity knocks in Canada’s mining sector

By Eden Oliver, Bennett Jones LLP

Companies Act 2013: Changing of the guard

By Siddharth Hariani, Aditya Bhargava and Raghuveer Sarathy, Phoenix Legal

Foreign award: Scope of ‘public policy’ challenge

By Ranjana Roy Gawai and Shailesh Suman, RRG & Associates

Getting on top of tax issues

Uncertainties on the tax front can be daunting for investors in India

Looking ahead to the new telecom M&A policy

By Nikhil Narayanan and Rohit Ambast, Amarchand Mangaldas

Time will test efficiency of 2013 act for PE investors

By Aakash Choubey, Khaitan & Co

Survey of law firm billing rates 2013

Alternative patterns rival hourly billing as legal fees escalate

Removing the shackles

The Bar Council of India should recognize that advertising and online technology may be used as a weapon for good

How secure are your IT systems?

As law firms and in-house legal departments embrace technology in pursuit of greater efficiency, they must consider the security implications of their choices

Voters to enjoy secrecy via ‘none of the above’ option

By Vivek Vashi and Zeus Dhanbhoora, Bharucha & Partners

Treading carefully

With elections looming, foreign investors have one more reason to be wary

Seeds law in India: A developing transition

By Sidhartha Srivastava and Gurmeet Kainth, DH Law Associates