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Welcome to the Spring 2018 print issue of Legally India

Dear Colleagues,

In this second issue of Legally India, co-published with the team at Global Legal Media, we take a closer look at the world of disputes. In what can be the most exciting (as well as the most nerve-wracking) part of the job, we examine disputes of all shapes, colours and sizes and provide Indian lawyers, foreign lawyers and multinational companies with a closer understanding of Indian dispute resolution in a global context.

Our editorial explores the various disputes issues and challenges faced by Indian in-house counsel, while our friends at Bird & Bird take a step back to examine the dos and don’ts of managing global disputes. Meanwhile our editor looks towards the future and investigates the growing influence of artificial intelligence (AI) and what machine learning can bring to the Indian legal ecosystem.

Our issue also features cutting-edge updates from six of the most important practice areas in India, provided by leading law firms, as well as reports from over a dozen countries examining their respective jurisdictions vis-a-vis India and providing practical advice for clients.

In our next issue, publishing September, we will turn to the transactional markets as well as covering the ongoing liberalisation saga. For more information, ideas and feedback, please feel free to contact me at: We hope you enjoy the publication.

Danny Collins Director

Global Legal Media

International Disputes
Spring 2018
Digital Print Issue

Welcome Legally India's Spring 2018 Issue

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Our Spring 2018 print and digital edition of Legally India, a joint publication by Global Legal Media and Legally India, has a strong disputes flavour, and examines: AI, global litigation risk, GC wishlists and more than a dozen jurisdictions and practice areas.

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