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India Business Law Journal - May 2017

Volume 10, Issue 10

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India Business Law Journal – May 2017

Eyeing Africa

African and Indian law firms should explore collaborations to profit from growing trade relations

Investing in roads: Issues, mitigation and incentives

By Durgesh Singh and Abhishek Sarkar, Link Legal India Law Services

The right formula

Rohit Kumar, UPL’s general counsel, talks about the risks and rewards of managing 7,000+ trademarks

Digital financial services: Challenges for regulation

By Amit Aggarwal and Rahul Sud, SNG & Partners

Dissecting delay

Who is to blame for the inefficiencies and delays at Delhi High Court?

4 key drivers of a successful real estate M&A transaction

By Ashoo Gupta, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Pushing the case for energy storage policy formulation

By Rahul Arora and Abhinav Mishra, HSA Advocates

Six steps to reduce risk and launch a product overseas

By Gautam Khurana, India Law Offices and Kevin Bowles, Hesiod & Associates

Court’s power to appoint arbitral tribunal detailed

By Vivek Vashi and Aditi Bhansali, Bharucha & Partners

Force majeure provisions in project contracts

By Pranjal Bora and Rakesh J, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Invisible innovators

We need a global patent system that protects grassroots inventors and ensures inclusive growth

Talking trade

India is pinning a lot of hope on the proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

Zee and Sony in copyright combat over reality show

By Aprajita Nigam, LexOrbis

Board evaluation: A step towards greater governance

By Shruti Rajan and Rohan Banerjee, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Think big

In the first of a new special series of the Belt and Road, we look at the germination of the Belt and Road initiative and trace its growth so far

Unveiling of draft GST rules paves way for 1 July rollout

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

Wholesale and long-term finance banks proposed

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal