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India Business Law Journal - September 2015

Volume 9, Issue 3

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In this issue

Foreign investors to see more change on options

By By Sourav Kanti De Biswas and Maneka Khanna, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

No service tax on works contract before June 2007

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

Controls on advertising that misleads consumers

By Manisha Singh and Divya Srinivasan, LexOrbis

A triumph of price over quality?

How the government selects law firms for infrastructure Projects

Lessons to be learned from Dubai’s Deutsche Bank fine

By Stuart Walker, Afridi & Angell

Prescriptions for protection

Patent pulse with Natco and Cipla

Roadblock to reform

Why rampant rule breaking is holding India back

Solving the global jigsaw

How to manage the risks linked to local merger control laws

Single-brand retail trade and regulatory overreach

By Aparna Mittal and Hina Doon, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Watchdog unleashed

India’s competition watchdog shows its teeth

Spanner in the works

Negligence in patent working disclosure norms is damaging the interests of innovators

Creative solutions required for infrastructure financing

By Hemant Sahai and Nilesh Chandra, HSA Advocates

Distinctness leads to division

Vidisha Garg at Anand and Anand explains the significance of a recent decision on divisional applications

Tariffs on 201 IT products to be cut under WTO pact

By Sanjay Notani Economic Laws Practice

Prepaid transit instruments: Step to a ‘less-cash society’

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

A faceoff

How to handle buse of dominance in IP matters

E-commerce investment: Treading in the dark?

By Rajesh Begur, ARA LAW

Balancing act?

Weighing up the controversies and confusion surrounding the applicability of minimum alternate tax to foreign institutional investors

Your place or mine? Case changes jurisdictional rules

By Julien George, Saikrishna & Associates