While the dramatic split of its largest law firm has dominated the headlines, India is poised for growth and firms say they are in shape to take advantage
Political chaos has deterred foreign investors, but lawyers hope new prime minister Narendra Modi can create a more business-friendly environment
The dramatic split up of India’s largest firm Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co has created two separate firms led by two brothers - Cyril and Shardul Shroff.
Lewis Silkin will pay out £2m to former client, ex-Indian Premier League CEO Tim Wright, following a High Court ruling on Friday (3 July).
Ashurst is advising long-time client Vedanta Resources on the merger of its oil and gas exploration subsidiaries Vedanta and Cairn India.
India's competition watchdog gets tough download subscription
…but will punishment amount to a loss of employment?
India's defence procurement rethink download subscription
partnerships with private firms, tax reforms and export incentives in the frame.
India: Department of Telecommunication permits spectrum trading download subscription
The Union Cabinet has approved the proposal of Department of Telecommunication (DoT) on guidelines for spectrum trading arising from the recommendations of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).
India: dissent over eligibility for export incentives download subscription
The High Court of Bombay High has held that only Indian brands are eligible to claim export incentive under the Served from India Scheme.
India: valuations and IP in e-commerce; and more download subscription
Also: payment systems; competition law; and more on e-commerce in the country.
The e-commerce market in India download subscription
Venture capital will chase market leaders, making life tougher for small players, and other insights.
India simplifies defence procurement download subscription
Country’s MoD relaxes offset discharge procedures.
IP litigation strategy in India download subscription
Decision opens up a new defence
India: can parties choose foreign arbitration? download subscription
Given the prevailing uncertainty, a conclusive finding from the Supreme Court would be welcome.
India makes delisting easier download subscription
The Indian securities market regulator, the Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has overhauled the regulatory regime for voluntary delisting of companies in India.