Introduction of InvITs and REITs is a testimony to dynamic regulatory regime in India. The handbook provides reader an overview of the basics of the systems, procedures and rules that are essential for entities seeking to list InvITs and REITs.
The handbook enables readers to comprehend the basics of the systems, procedures and rules that are essential for corporates seeking to access the Indian capital markets. The primary focus of this handbook is equity listing through the book building process.
Things you ought to know about Indian merger control regime.
Things you ought to know about enforcement provisions under Indian Competition Law.
Things you ought to know about dawn raids and leniency.
The book has series of articles which provide keen insights into the various issues and aspects in relation to the nascent yet evolving and interesting body ‘Competition Law’ in India.
The handbook enables readers to have an overview of the systems and legal rules and regulations that are essential for business operations in India.
The book lay out a checklist of safeguards underlying regulatory action, looks at power of NGT, practical hacks to enforcing or challenging arbitral awards and judgements, managing white collar investigations, steps on the new class action suit regime, debate the projected efficacy of the Commercial Courts and finally mechanism available under BIT.
The book is a compilation of essays pertaining to the pharmaceutical industry and the allied medical devices sector with a view to provide an understanding, from a regulatory perspective of the industry and the various nuances related to it.
The essays attempt to help private equity investors in India introspect and analyse for themselves as also evaluate and advise their investees on some emerging trends and developments, and navigate the tightrope between public and private law.
This book is a compilation of essays that covers recent changes in policy such as recent liberalization of the FDI policy as well as the ECB framework. Also, discusses trends in arbitration and the tax regime, changing nuances in the enforcement regime of competition law and nuances of Masala Bonds.
Doing business in a foreign country can be fraught with uncertainties and unpredictable outcomes. The support of a robust legal regime and familiarisation with the process can lessen such unpredictablity. This Handbook covers reforms and an overview of the dispute resolution process in India, which will give readers a reasonable understanding of the process.
The handbook provides an overview of the Indian domestic tax regulations dealing with income tax and seeks to highlight the key income tax provisions that may impact foreign investors investing in India.