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Read about all the important changes in Indian corporate laws in the past year, in this comprehensive round-up of the latest laws and regulations by the as-ever excellent Indian Corporate Law Blog. Covering everything from LLPs, Satyam-fallout-related changes in corporate governance,...
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Many law firms would probably pay consultants an arm and a leg for this advice. Inspired by FoxMandal Delhi's recent cash flow woes, regular Legally India commenter Legal Dodo posted an interesting list for law firms to save money. For free!...
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Good news: no lawyers were laid off in US Biglaw last week - the first time since records began (this year). But how have Indian lawyers fared in the downturn? US blawg Abovethelaw.com teamed up with fellow blawgers Lawshucks to produce...
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A new university course offering a qualification in legal process outsourcing (LPO) has been launched in a barrage of acronyms. The course is a joint venture between Indian legal training providers/recruiters Rainmaker and the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) School...
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Will limited liability partnerships (LLPs) actually work, asks Indian Corporate Law Blog, notwithstanding the recent tax changes. Lead blawger V Umakanth uncovered an interesting academic paper analysising what the Limited Liability Partnership Act could actually mean in practice for lawyers. One...
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Blawger Legally Infantile dishes out some choice legal advice to an old school colleague about being fined Rs 5,000 for getting caught cheating at exams.Never mind that the school will allow him to remain at the school as well as retake...
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If you were left behind by SEBI's whirlwind of activity last week do not fret: the Indian Corporate Law blog has a crash course in SEBI reforms. V. Umakanth summarises SEBI's primary market reforms neatly and succinctly. Most noticeably they include:...
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Indian blawg Law and Other Things posted a brilliant article dissecting the statutory framework that is being used to deprive suspected swine flu cases of their liberty. But, asks the blawg, is the Act actually fit for purpose? Probably not: although...
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US legal blog Above the Law has published an in-depth interview with an Indian legal process outsourcing (LPO) company, providing a good insight into where LPO could take the US and UK legal markets in future.Above the Law talked to Gururaj...
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