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  • Digital Health – The Internet Of (Healthcare) Things And Beyond

    Digital Health – The Internet Of (Healthcare) Things And Beyond

    From a regulator’s point of view, an efficient, risk-based approach towards regulating digital health technology will foster innovation in digital health products.  By Partner Biplab Lenin and Associate Meghna Bhaskar. (Photo Credit: BW Legal World)

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  • The Legal 500 Alternative Investment Funds Country Comparative Guides 2022 – India

    The Legal 500 Alternative Investment Funds Country Comparative Guides 2022 – India

    Read the India Chapter of The Legal 500 (Legalease)’s Alternative Investment Funds Country Comparative Guide 2022, authored by our Partner Vivaik Sharma and Associates Divya Laxman, Kartik Dhir and Sneha Raheja.

  • Corporate Governance 2022

    Corporate Governance 2022

    Read the India chapter of the 15th edition of Corporate Governance 2022, published by Global Legal Group International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG), which has been co-authored by our Managing Partner Cyril Shroff and Partner Amita Gupta Katragadda.

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  • SEBI concludes 2021 with a bang in respect of regulatory changes

    SEBI concludes 2021 with a bang in respect of regulatory changes

    SEBI in its board meeting held on December 28, 2021, has concluded the year with a bang. It has made regulatory changes relating to public market issuances and preferential issues.  By Partner (Head – Capital Markets) Yash J. Ashar and Partner Janhavi Seksaria. (Photo Credit: Live Mint)

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  • GST | In 2022, investors hope for more business-friendly amendments

    GST | In 2022, investors hope for more business-friendly amendments

    The immensity of compliance requirements in all states where a taxpayer has operations, coupled with an evolving albeit uniform legislation, presents a daunting task for businesses. By Partner (Head – Taxation) S R Patnaik and Senior Associate Shivam Garg (Photo Credit: Moneycontrol.com)

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  • Easing liquidity and Enforcing Contracts in India’s Infrastructure Sector

    Easing liquidity and Enforcing Contracts in India’s Infrastructure Sector

    The Indian Government’s National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) for FY 2019-25 recognises India’s ambitious goal to be a USD 5 trillion economy by 2025, for which purpose, strong infrastructure growth is essential. Several development schemes attract investment, and policy reforms such as permission of 100% FDI under automatic route in a wide variety of sectors will give a fillip to the India opportunity. By Partner (Head – International Arbitration) Shaneen Parikh (Photo Credit: ETLegalWorld)  

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