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India Business Law Journal - June 2015

Volume 9, Issue 1

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In this issue

Joining the dots

The top foreign law firms for India work

Lessons of WTO verdict on India’s avian flu measures

By Sanjay Notani and Vikram Naik, Economic Laws Practice

Riding the boom

Bangalore’s evolving legal market

Clarity needed on aspects of recent liberalization

By Sundeep Dudeja and Aditya Periwal, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Price discovery of delisting offers: Time for a change

By Akila Agrawal, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Exhaustion of copyright in today’s digital market

By Ameet Datta and Suvarna Mandal, Saikrishna & Associates

Emergence of smart cities presents new opportunities

By Hemant Sahai and Pranav Kumar Singh, HSA Advocates

Clash of the titans

Recruitment frenzy as Shroffs vie for dominance

Switzerland’s great allure beckons foreign investors

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices and Arnaud Cywie, Borel & Barbey

Holders of assets in Dubai can now register a DIFC will

By Stuart Walker, Afridi & Angell

Achieving revival through change in management

By Tanuj Sud and Aiswarja Mohanty, Khaitan Sud & Partners

Uncovering the real deal

Flaws exposed in due diligence practices

CCI initiates investigation against real estate players

By Amit Tambe and Gautam Chawla, Trilegal

Arbitration clause survives even if MoU bears no fruit

By Vivek Vashi and Shreya Ramesh, Bharucha & Partners

Delisting before open offer: SEBI’s missed opportunity?

By Ganesh Prasad and Sanjay Khan, Khaitan & Co

Processing improvements in India’s legal system

Should domestic companies embrace LPO?

New framework to combatnfrauds: A good follow-up

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Competition googly may prove tricky for Google

By Manisha Singh and Priya Anuragini, LexOrbis

Goods and services tax: Barriers on the road ahead

By Ranjeet Mahtani, Rajat Chhabra and Ketan Tadsare, Economic Laws Practice

Survive and prosper

Can Indian law firms remain independent and retain quality clients after foreign law firms enter