Webinar: Re-thinking Indian Private Equity Exits ( 00:01:37)
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In the fourth of the series of webinars on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“Code”), the panel discussed the ordinance dated June 6, 2018, and its impact and ramifications of the same on the interpretation of key issues under the Code. Focus was directed towards the eligibility criteria prescribed for an eligible bidder, the impact of the definition of corporate guarantor, change in the voting thresholds for the committee of creditors, and inclusion of home-buyers as financial creditors.
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April 2020 3D Printing: Ctrl + P the Future
The advent of the three-dimensional printer (“3DP”) has been heralded as the ‘new industrial revolution’ ushering in a new era of manufacturing.1 With only sixty years passing between the progression of the first electronic printer to the 3DP,...
March 2020 Impact of Covid-19 on Contracts
The unforeseen Covid-19 pandemic has severely impacted contractual performance across the globe. Companies would believe that desperate times call for desperate measures. Maybe, or maybe not. As the legal cliché goes, “it depends”. In case of...
March 2020 The Indian Medical Device Industry: Regulatory, Legal and Tax Overview
The paper gives an overview of the Regulatory, Legal and Tax regime that applies to the Indian Medical Device Industry. The paper also discusses some of the major issues and concerns faced by existing players today.
November 2019 India: Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining
This paper provides a legal insight with respect to trade unions in India and the manner in which trade unions engage in collective bargaining in India.
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NDA wins 'Most Innovative Asia Pacific Law Firm' award
As a record breaking milestone, Nishith Desai Associates has won the prestigious award for the “Most Innovative Asia Pacific Law Firm” by Financial Times in its FT Asia-Pacific Innovative Lawyers 2016 report. The Financial Times (FT) conducts this study in collaboration with its research partner RSG Consulting and the rankings emerged from nearly 460 submissions from 72 law firms and 82 in-house legal teams from across the Asia Pacific region.
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Legal500 Asia-Pacific: Tier 1 for Tax, Investment Funds, Labour & Employment and TMT 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
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FT Innovative Lawyers Asia Pacific 2019 Awards: NDA ranked 2nd in the Most Innovative Law Firm category (Asia-Pacific Headquartered)
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