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India Business Law Journal - May 2018

Volume 11, Issue 10

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India Business Law Journal – May 2018

Sound insolvency resolution key to infrastructure growth

By Divyanshu Pandey and Arpita Garg, J. Sagar Associates
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In two minds

An article about GDPR and it's impact on India

Locked in

How EU’s GDPR affects Indian companies

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Full steam ahead

Insolvency code: Investors continue to face daunting challenges

Ministry’s move mystifies financial services sector

By Devyani Dhawan and Mohit Yadav, SNG & Partners

Cryptocurrency circular: Unintended consequences?

By Arun Prabhu, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Clarity needed to facilitate country-by-country reports

By L Badri Narayanan and Bharathi Krishnaprasad, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan

Proposed amendments may require deal restructuring

By Aayush Kapoor and Karuna Thapa, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co
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Amendments spur renewal of interest in arbitration

By Deepak Sabharwal, Deepak Sabharwal & Associates

Externalization: Key issues companies need to consider

By Nivedita Nivargi and Vandana V, Samvad Partners

Foreign funds pouring into affordable housing projects

By Vishwanath Pratap Singh and Srabanee Ghosh, Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Significance of clause for patent indemnification

By Chandrasekhar Raju, LexOrbis

Finding satisfaction at work

Alternatives should be available for lawyers who cannot or do not want to work long hours

Changes herald new era for corporate governance

By Manoj Kumar, Hammurabi & Solomon

Fake news: A real problem

Fake news and the challenge for traditional media, writes Dibyojyoti Mainak, general counsel at InShorts

Seeking simpatico

Personal rapport is key for external counsel to have the ear of their clients, writes Smita Priyadarshini, senior managing legal director at Dell

Stress test

Vodafone case a gauge for how the courts exercise powers in treaty disputes