Our Managing Partner, Atul Sharma was an Expert Speaker in the International Webinar on Claims and disputes/arbitration in Construction & Infrastructure Sector – Indian & International perspective organized recently by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and ProUltimus Consulting.
Session: Hot Topics in Arbitration
Other Key Speakers included:
- Amit K Mishra, Partner, P&A Law
- Dr. Manoj Kumar, Managing Partner, H&S
- Marion Smith QC, 39 Essex Chambers, London
- Neeti Sachdeva, Registrar and Sec. Gen., MCIA
- Hiroo Advani (moderator), Managing Partner, Advani & Co
Read the update “Road Ahead For E-Tailers: Proposed Amendments in ‘The Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020'” authored by our Partner, Sidhartha Srivastava and Senior Associate, Yasmeen Mohd. Sabir.
"Considering the stiff opposition from global majors like Amazon, there is a likelihood of an adverse impact on Foreign Direct Investment. It thus remains to be seen how the Ministry maintains a balance between protecting the interest of the consumers and at the same time promoting e-commerce."
Read the full update here.
Read the latest update authored by our Partner, P Ravi Charan.
Recently, the Supreme Court of India had the occasion to deal with a noteworthy question as to whether a person providing interest free loans be construed as financial creditor; thereby competent to initiate Section 7 petition under Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code 2016 (“IBC”).
Read the full update here.
The transaction was led by Ketan Mukhija (Partner), Gaurav Priyadarshi (Associate Partner), Apurv Ranjan (Senior Associate) and Rupendra Gautam (Associate) who assisted Twin Tech from the preliminary stage and until the effective closing of the entire transaction.
The deal has been featured on Global Legal Chronicle.
Delighted to share that Link Legal has been awarded the “Infrastructure & Project Finance Law Firm of the Year” award at the Prestigious Legal Era’s 10th Annual Indian Legal Awards 2020-21.
"Receiving an award is always a pleasant feeling but receiving it from this really esteemed panel of presenters is something else. I feel like an old VW Beetle car where I’m the engine in the rear and the steering wheel is in the hands of the youngsters. We have to create leaders down the line.”
Check out the coverage in the Legal Era Magazine, July 2021 edition.
Join our Partner, Anand Srivastava who will be a Key Speaker in an Online Certificate Course on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 organised by Fortitude Learning.
The 4 day course aims to provide the participants with an in-depth knowledge of the Insolvency Regime in India along with the developments since its inception in the year 2016. This course is tailored to cover various aspects of the Insolvency regime, to be taught by the finest minds in this arena.
Date: 20 August 2021 - 23 August 2021
For more details, visit here
Last date for registration: 18th August 2021
Read the expert article “Loans, taxis, education: what’s next in China’s tech crackdown?” authored by our Partner & Head - China Desk, Santosh Pai published by The Economic Times.
Chinese entrepreneurs truly believed China had abandoned socialism and the Chinese Communist Party would never sacrifice China’s vibrant internet ecosystem. The ongoing tech crackdown has laid waste to that belief.
Read more here.
“The Medical Device sector has shown an impressive growth rate in India for the past few years and has presented a significant opportunity for manufacturing to entrepreneurs. There are over 6,000 types of medical devices, including those used for diagnostics, therapy, imaging tools, and ultrasonic scans.”
Read the full article here.
Delighted to share that Link Legal yet again features as one of the Top 15 Law Firms in India in the Venture Intelligence League Tables Q2 2021.
The Firm has been ranked #12 by Deal Volume in the League Table for M&A Top Legal Advisors and #14 by Deal Volume in the League Table for Private Equity Top Legal Advisors.
Check out the rankings here.
"The presence of the hell or highwater clause in an aircraft lease agreement has a significant impact on the leases, as it impairs the ability of a lessee to successfully invoke frustration. The question really is whether the doctrine should be invoked by the parties..."
Read more here.