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India Business Law Journal - July/August 2015

Volume 9, Issue 2

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In this issue

RBI clarifies issues related to the business of factoring

By Babu Sivaprakasam, Deep Roy and Megha Agarwal, Economic Laws Practice

‘Originality’ concept under India’s copyright regime

By By Ameet Datta and Suvarna Mandal, Saikrishna & Associates

Celebrities entangled in the case of Maggi noodles

By Manisha Singh and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

Governance structures: A crucial prerequisite

By Hemant Sahai and Sunei Kapur, HSA Advocates

Managers’ liability in UAE limited liability companies

By James Bowden and Saurbh Kothari, Afridi & Angell

Updates on gaming laws and discretion on writ petitions

By Vivek Vashi and Krishnendu Sayta, Bharucha & Partners
A photo of Karthik Sundaram and Tejus Golchha

Is ‘inverted duty structure’ impeding ‘Make in India’?

By Karthik Sundaram and Tejus Golchha, Economic Laws Practice

A bit of bother

India needs to get to grips with the regulation of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin

Embracing biodiversity

Regulations to protect biodiversity need clarification to ensure compliance and maintain the pace of research

Criminalizing civil disputes

Questionable litigation strategies are tearing at the fabric of India’s justice delivery apparatus

India Business Law Directory – 2015

India Business Law Journal presents its annual report on the state of play in India’s legal market

Curbing the RBI’s powers over investment: Desirable?

By Amit Kumar and Ambarish, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Recent amendments to US trade remedial laws

By Sanjay Notani and Ambarish Sathianathan, Economic Laws Practice

Investment rules relating to non-resident Indians eased

By By Shinoj Koshy and Neha Sinha, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Is strategic restructuring of debt the answer for banks?

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Nestlé’s noodle nightmare

The fiasco over the safety of Maggi noodles gives rise to concerns about regulatory ambiguity, process and power

Establishing a foreign enterprise in China

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices and Lenon Woo, Shanghai Promise Law Firm