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Amarchand finds Aseem Chawla replacement from KPMG | Sex trafficking laws and facts | Kochhar gets Burj Khalifa ‘status symbol’ | CWG Kalmadi banned from L’ympics | SCBA voting to be limited

Malhotra: CA/Lawyer
Malhotra: CA/Lawyer
Ex-KPMG, PwC partner Krishnan Malhotra has joined Amarchand Mangaldas Delhi as its new tax head, after partner Aseem Chawla quit to set up his own firm [Taxsutra]

Amarchand said in a press release that Malhotra, a qualified lawyer and chartered accountant, was a senior partner at RSM & Co, then PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and most recently at KPMG, and specialises in direct tax, cross border taxation and alternate dispute resolution.

Legal analysis: Defining sex trafficking victims as victims, by International Justice Mission (IJM) legal head Michelle Mendonca [Manupatra article / earlier LI interview with Mendonca]

SC Bar Association clarifies rules on voting in SCBA, limiting only to those who practise regularly in the apex court. A “three-member implementation committee would identify the regulars and inform each member of the association about the status of their membership as it stood on or before February 28 this year”, which can be challenged within 15 days [Telegraph India]

CWG Kalmadi banned from leaving India to go to London Olympics by Delhi HC [Firstpost]

Rohit Kochhar (alongside Shilpa Shetty & Ors) is one of 100 Indians owning apartments in Dubai’s “status symbol” world-tallest-building Burj Khalifa. Comes with “exclusive owners lounge on 123rd floor” [ET]

Amitabh Bachchan saved from IT department’s second bite at cherry after Bombay HC dismissed 2002-03 tax assessment [Business Standard]

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