Our November 2020 Arbitration Newsletter is now live!
In the current issue, read the article on Role of Judiciary in Making India an Arbitration Friendly Jurisdiction, important case notes and some of the recent significant #developments at the firm.
Read the full newsletter here.
This study is a unique initiative by Pinsent Masons to provide an update on the current status of foreign investment control rules on a country by country basis for a number of jurisdictions across the globe.
Read the full study here.
Our Managing Partner, Mr. Atul Sharma was an expert speaker in the session on "Dispute Resolution - Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation" at India Infrastructure Forum 2020 held recently.
The webinar generated dialogue on various legislative acts and policy measures taken to improve dispute resolution and arbitration, strategies adopted during the Covid-19 pandemic, sectors impacted and more.
Watch the webinar recording here.
Pleased to share that our Co-Managing Partner, Nusrat Hassan and Associate, Deepali Menghwani have contributed the India chapter for the fifth edition of Agribusiness published by Lexology Getting The Deal Through.
Agribusiness 2021 addresses the latest developments in agricultural law and regulation worldwide, providing expert local insight into topics such as: the agriculture and food supply chain; land acquisition and use; government support programmes; food safety; animal safety and disease control; agricultural workers' rights; immigration regulation; the import/export of agricultural products; plant breeders' intellectual property rights; access to crop varieties and plant technologies; and environmental issues.
Read the full India chapter here.
"How much India can reduce 'dependence on China', it will not be seen in six-seven months, but in five years it will show its full effect."
Read the full story here.
Read the full article here.
Legal India Law Services is pleased to announce the merger of boutique compliance and litigation practice S D Services with Link Legal. The compliance practice will offer end to end solution including compliance audit and management services through a technology-based platform. This practice will add great value to the firm’s capability not only in providing assistance to its clients in compliances but also in transaction support services to all verticals of the firm. This merger will also strengthen the regional practice in Chennai for Legal with Corporate/Commercial partners.
Mr. Atul Sharma, Managing Partner of Link Legal said “This joining of hands will go a long way in assisting the firm in improving the quality of its services to its clients particularly the transactional work and General corporate commercial practice. I have known Prasanta, the founder of S D Services for a long time. Apart from being a great human being, he brings along with him a capable team of four lawyers and service which the firm greatly values.”
Mr. Prasanta Sahu, Founder of S D Services said “I am very excited about this association which will provide a wider canvass to us to offer comprehensive solutions to a large number of clients. Our customised technological platform will bring in speed and efficiency while transaction teams will add the analytical component to provide accurate and wholesome solutions to the clients.”
Check out the latest episode of ‘On China's New Silk Road’ by the Global Reporting Centre titled ‘The Other Asian Giant: India’ wherein our Partner and Head - China Desk, Santosh Pai interacts with the host Mary Kay Magistad on how India has chosen not to be part of China's New Silk Road despite China being one of India’s top trading partners.
The episode highlights how India is offering its own investments and vision of a more multipolar world and its strengthening ties with the US, Japan, Australia and others, to counterbalance China's influence.
Access the full episode here.
Read the article "Modi call for Indian self-reliance easier said than done" authored by our Partner and Head - China Desk, Santosh Pai published in Asia Times Financial.
"Deadly border clash led to the PM's 'Vocal for Local' call to reduce dependence on Chinese imports, but ramping up local manufacturing is a complex and long-term challenge."
Read the full article here.