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Meltdown?

As competition heats up, how will law firms avoid low-cost chaos?

State of play

Indian law firms face a daunting pace attack from big accountancy firms amid a slow-wicket economy. On top of this, in-house counsel are facing up to more work internally, leaving less for law firms.

India in 2019

In-house counsel foretell the risks and opportunities in the pharma, data privacy and e-commerce sectors

Ringing up legal spend

Billing rates: How much is too much?

Democracy blooms?

Thai Legal faces changing landscape as a military regime prepares for democratic elections

The state of India’s legal market

An assessment of the prevailing trends in the legal profession

A new coat

Malaysia is on the cusp of fundamental legal reform following the end of six decades of rule by one political party

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

Elephants in the room

How South Korea’s legal sector deals with not so subtle external influences

Pinpointing the problem

Why some national law firms struggle to survive in Hyderabad

Locked out!

What now for foreign law firms?

India in 2018

In-house counsel predictions for the year ahead

Total control

Singapore legal sector lopes forward despite some sizeable setbacks

New tiger’s tale

Will the new government continue a resurgence of the Philippines as an Asian Tiger?

Legal market changes in the new economy of China

Old hands review new reforms

Verdict due on foreign law firms

A little-known court case is generating much interest in India and overseas

Deals of the Year 2008

India Business Law Journal celebrates the top transactional achievements of 2008 and the law firms that made them happen

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ACC Australia poll flags in-house ‘burnout’

The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia published its third member flash poll related to the COVID-19 pandemic, with results showing in-house counsel in the country are feeling considerable strain since the pandemic locked them down

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Cybersecurity

Data protection and cybersecurity are evolving areas of regulation in Asia. Here, experts shed light on emerging jurisprudence in the region’s top jurisdictions

Addressing deadlocks with intersecting criminal and civil cases

By Henry Xiao and Jerry Zhang, Dentons
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Zhejiang bankruptcy procedure involving criminal and civil liabilities

By Nafisa Nihmat and Rita Yan, Zhong Lun Law Firm

In recent years, the number of bankruptcy cases has increased significantly, and the issue of the cases involving both criminal and civil liabilities has become more prominent

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A tool for financial trouble

Widely reported troubles at Yes Bank, IL&FS, DHFL and others have exposed inadequacies in the insolvency resolution regime for distressed banking and finance companies. Mohit Shukla, the legal head of Barclays India, argues that now is a perfect time to introduce a new composite code to address these shortcomings and rebuild public trust

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Home & safe?

With COVID-19 forcing companies to implement work-from-home policies, Jim Fitzsimmons helps us understand the cybersecurity risks posed by a remote workforce

privacy

Are you being watched?

Governments adopting trace-and-track apps to prevent the spread of the pandemic have raised questions about the ‘right balance’ between pandemic response and privacy considerations

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Surviving a ‘new normal’

India Business Law Journal teamed up with prominent arbitrator Ashok Sharma and a stellar panel of GCs to debate how in-house legal teams should rise to the unprecedented challenges facing Indian companies in a post-lockdown environment

Wisdom in management

Six GCs from different industries shared their insights with us on team management, and gave their take on the impact of the pandemic on their work

privacy

Are you being watched?

Governments adopting trace-and-track apps to prevent the spread of the pandemic have raised questions about the ‘right balance’ between pandemic response and privacy considerations