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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.

Leaders of the pack

Against the complex political and economic backdrop, India Business Law Journal reveals the India-related achievements and activities of law firms across the globe

Internet of things – Indian legal perspective

By Dipak Rao and Sana Singh, Singhania & Partners

Emergency arbitration – journey from SIAC to India

By Ravi Singhania and Kanika Tandon, Singhania & Partners

Blacklisting of contractors in public procurement

By Ravi Singhania and Madhu Sweta, Singhania & Partners

Indian law for foreign-seated arbitrations

By Ravi Singhania and Schrachika Kulshrestha, Singhania & Partners

Companies Act declarations – corporate shareholder pitfalls

By Ravi Singhania & Manish Kumar Sharma, Singhania & Partners

Retail FDI in India: restrictions and solutions

By Ravi Singhania and Manish Kumar Sharma, Singhania & Partners

VC funding in India

By Ravi Singhania and Arjun Anand, Singhania & Partners

Amendments to India’s Arbitration & Conciliation Act

By Ravi Singhania and Gunjan Chhabra, Singhania & Partners

Foreign seat of arbitration for domestic Indian disputes

By Ravi Singhania and Gunjan Chhabra, Singhania & Partners

Acquisitions of non-banking finance companies in India

By Ravi Singhania and Arjun Anand, Singhania & Partners

Chinese investments in SEZ in India

By Ravi Singhania and Dipak Rao, Singhania & Partners

Funding of Indian subsidiaries

By Ravi Singhania and Arjun Anand, Singhania & Partners

Forex management in cross-border mergers

By Ravi Singhania and Arjun Anand, Singhania & Partners

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supply chain

Over the peak?

Businesses restarting after the worst of the pandemic face supply-related legal headaches. How should in-house counsel manage these and other risks?

Employee

Employee placement in early dissolution of enterprises

By Tracy Liu, Jingtian & Gongcheng
cayman islands

Chinese take-privates: End of a US affair?

By Matt Roberts, Maples Group

In certain instances, the founders and management of public companies may consider a privatization or “take-private” deal, whereby the company is taken private by becoming a private Cayman Islands company and, as a result, delists from these US securities exchanges.

pandemic

Singapore legal departments weigh up pandemic

The Singapore Corporate Counsel Association (SCCA) and Dazychain Legal Operations Software jointly published a survey on the impact, challenges and post-pandemic future of in-house legal teams

provisional liquidation

Bermuda leads with ‘soft touch’

By Henry Tucker, Carey Olsen

Earlier regarded as a last resort, soft touch provisional liquidation is today a commonly deployed tool for restructuring offshore companies listed in Hong Kong and Singapore

secondary listing

Are you ready for a secondary listing in Hong Kong?

By Zhang Jian and Zhu Zan, Shihui Partners

Due to the uncertainties brought by Sino-US trade frictions and the negative impacts caused by recent scandals of some Chinese companies, a secondary listing in Hong Kong becomes quite attractive to the China- based and US-listed issuers

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Thai law firms

Rising Stars: Thailand law firms

In the first of our new series that identifies movers and shakers making waves in regional legal markets, we showcase Thai law firms on the rise

Hong kong

Surfing boards

Reformations within China have amped up its capital market offerings, not to mention the Star Market’s stellar introduction. With US-based mainland companies looking homeward, is Hong Kong still the pearl of the oriental bourses?

Bangladesh

Bangladesh: Ready for business

Often overshadowed in such a powerhouse neighbourhood, this populous nation has scripted an unlikely economic success story, creating lucrative opportunities for pioneering foreign investors

bankruptcy

The point of return

If legal tools of bankruptcy are properly applied, there are chances for companies to survive and start again

non-compete

Keeping competitors at bay

It is well-settled law that a non-compete obligation in an employment contract in India is unenforceable after termination of the employment. However, an acquirer in an M&A transaction can require a promoter to not compete with the business that he is selling

david liuvideo

A wealth of advice

David Liu, one of the most acclaimed financial lawyers in China, is a passionate advocate of the country’s opening-up and a rare optimist in these trying times. He has played a key role in many important transactions that helped shape China’s legal market and its banking and finance industry