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ISSN 0975-0606

Vol 7, Issue II, July - December 2014
LEGAL WRAPS
India
World IP Forum to be held in New Delhi 2015
Bombay High Court rules that non-signatories bound by Arbitration Agreement
Landmark Order by the Honorable Supreme Court of India for the Protection of Good Samaritans in India
Delhi High Court rules that a virtual presence may mean ‘Carrying on Business’ for jurisdiction in intellectual property rights cases
Compounding of contraventions of exchange control laws
Bombay High Court passes important judgment on claiming tax on share issuances
International
UK Supreme Court rules on secret commission case
World IP Forum to be held in Bangkok 2015
Launch of Singapore International Medication Centre and SIAC-SIMC Arb-Med-Arb Service
Legal Expert Opinion
LEGAL ARTICLES
A Missed Opportunity - Court does not clarify whether two Indian parties can choose a foreign seat for arbitration by Vyapak Desai, Prateek Bagaria and Ashish Kabra, lawyers at Nishith Desai Associates
Veiled Investment Schemes for Private Pooling by Rahul Sud and Aayushi Anand, lawyers at SNG & Partners
Right to Privacy in India by Arjun Uppal, lawyer at Seth Dua Associates
Acta and its impact on India by Pooja Tripathi, student at National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
Contrasting Conflict: Lowering the Age of Juvenile Justice by Dhruva Sareen, student at National Law University, Jodhpur
Conflicts of jurisdiction between SEBI and other regulators by Pranshu Paul. student at National Law University, Delhi
The Unconstitutionality of Plea Bargaining in the Indian Framework: by Arthad Kurlekar and Sanika Gokhale, students at National Law School India University, Bangalore.
Book Review
 
 
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