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India Business Law Journal - March 2017

Volume 10, Issue 8

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India Business Law Journal – March 2017

Smart City Mission: The challenges ahead

By Soumya Kanti De Mallik and Siddhanth Pandey, HSA Advocates

Intermediaries rejoice after key appeal win by Myspace

By Daksh Kumar, LexOrbis

Taking on the tax tricksters

Indian companies must re-examine their existing structures to comply with GAAR or face adverse consequences

Is the budget a bellwether or a Cassandra for reforms?

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

The M&A themes that may dominate in 2017

By Shuva Mandal and Ankit Mishra, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Foreign national employees in ‘Make in India’ initiatives

By Gautam Khurana and Promila Dhar, India Law Offices

GST Council: New era of indirect tax administration

By L Badri Narayanan and Asish Philip Abraham, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan

Payment banks: Attempt to stimulate cashless economy

By Kanika Malhotra and Pran Malik, SNG & Partners
A photo of Vijai Mathur and Saiyam Chaturvedi from Link Legal India Law Services on an article about upside sharing agreements

Corporate governance and upside sharing agreements

By Vijai Mathur and Saiyam Chaturvedi, Link Legal India Law Services

FIPB phase-out: A bold and welcome move – or is it?

By Damini Bhalla and Samir Dudhoria, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

New connections

Is Beijing Digital Telecom's acquisition of a stake in Spice Online a harbinger of more Sino-Indian action to come?

Her place in justice

What factors affect the rise of women in India's judiciary?

Privacy matters

Khushboo Baxi and Siddhartha Sarangal explain why digital businesses would profit from a multilateral data protection framework

A woman’s worth

Outdated beliefs about the abilities, roles and behaviour of India's women lawyers must be dismantled, argues Parveen Mahtani, the head of legal at Tata Housing Development.

Fresh start

Sourish Mohan Mitra asks whether institutional arbitration will finally make an impact on India