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India Business Law Journal - November 2013

Volume 7, Issue 5

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In this issue

Trademark litigation in India

Meenu Maheswary and Omesh Puri of Lex Orbis explain why the use of a mark is key in establishing and retaining a proprietor’s rights

Doing business in Canada: Commercial real estate

By Simon Crawford, Bennett Jones LLP

Compulsory licensing: round two

The recent rejection of an application to produce a generic version of a patented drug shows India is following the rules

Drug patent trends in India

Patients everywhere would benefit from top-down reform to align India’s patent law with global norms

Medical negligence: A hypocritical oath?

By Vivek Vashi and Shreya Gupta, Bharucha & Partners

Recent judicial approach to the hot news doctrine

By Manoj K Singh, Singh & Associates, Advocates & Solicitors
A photo of Ganesh Prasad and Sharad Moudgal

Enforceability of options clarified

By Ganesh Prasad and Sharad Moudgal, Khaitan & Co

Put and call options are an option now

By Pankaj Agarwal, Hrishikesh Waghela and Amit Kumar, Amarchand Mangaldas

Does promoters’ share sale result in business income?

By Pranay Bhatia and Vidushi Maheshwari, Economic Laws Practice

IP mind games

As foreign companies enforce their IP rights more aggressively in India, Indian companies are coming under attack

Camping at the Campa Cola compound

Residents of unauthorized buildings in Mumbai got a temporary reprieve from a demolition order

The renaissance of real estate investment trusts

By Ranjana Roy Gawai and Vasudha Sen, RRG & Associates

Politicization of patents not a new development

By Richa Pandey, Krishna & Saurastri Associates

A perspective on the single economic entity concept

By R Sudhinder and Mihir Kamdar, Udwadia Udeshi & Argus Partners

Legal Process Outsourcing Awards 2013

As clients continue to demand more for less, India Business Law Journal reveals five LPOs that stand out from the crowd

Infrastructure revolution offering huge opportunities

By Gautam Khaitan and Nidhi Mathur, OP Khaitan & Co

Credit where credit’s due

India’s external commercial borrowing guidelines could do more to help borrowers obtain indirect financing from export credit agencies

Rising to the challenge

Indian LPO providers need to change their ways to maintain their position in the evolving legal market

A look at SEBI notification allowing contractual rights

By Siddharth Hariani and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Cellular ambition

Rajiv Mohapatra outlines the steps that in-house counsel should take to set up mobile banking services

Wrongful ‘gift’ will truly be expensive for companies

By R Sudhinder and Mihir Kamdar, Udwadia Udeshi & Argus Partners