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  • Third-party funding in India: principles and challenges

    Third-party funding in India: principles and challenges

    Third-party funding in India and the practical challenges it faces, while calling on the government to acknowledge its legality and make it available to litigants in the wake of Covid-19. By Partner (Head – International Arbitration) Shaneen Parikh and Senior Associate Anand Mohan.  (Photo Credit: Global Arbitration Review)

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  • Leading the climate charge: India sets hard targets at COP26

    Leading the climate charge: India sets hard targets at COP26

    At the ongoing COP 26 Summit in Glasgow, India assured its cooperation to tackle climate change in earnest. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a few ambitious targets at the Summit, most of which have a 2030 deadline. By Partner (Chair – Finance, Projects & Insolvency) L. Viswanathan. (Photo Credit: Business Standard)

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  • Will AAs revolutionise India’s financial services?

    Will AAs revolutionise India’s financial services?

    In accessing financial services or products, individuals are often required to share financial information stored with other entities. The lack of a centralised mechanism to access information makes the process time-consuming and often unreliable. By Partner (Co-Head – Fintech) Anu Tiwari, Partner Anindita Bhowmik and Associates Janak Panicker and Rohil Deshpande.

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  • How we can ease the implementation of our farm laws

    How we can ease the implementation of our farm laws

    The article looks at how private participation in farming can go beyond the purchase of farm produce, and examines areas where legislative clarity may help.  (Photo Credit: Livemint.com)

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  • BIT arbitration awards: Enforcement regime in India

    BIT arbitration awards: Enforcement regime in India

    The need of the hour is striking the balance between upholding India’s reputation to abide by its international commitments as against its ability to change tax laws to meet its economic requirements. By Head (International Taxation) Daksha Baxi, Partner Radhika Dubey and Associate Sanskriti Sidana (Photo Credit: Bar and Bench)

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  • The Lending and Secured Finance Review – 6th Edition

    The Lending and Secured Finance Review – 6th Edition

    The chapter covers developments in the corporate lending and secured finance markets in India, and on the challenges and opportunities facing market participants. By Partner (Chair- Finance, Projects and Insolvency) L. Viswanathan & Partner Dhananjay Kumar

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