News Archive

The state of India’s legal market 
(Tuesday, 09 October 2018)
To coincide with the publication of the 2018-19 edition of India Business Law Directory, India Business Law Journal polled 60 Indian law firms

Foreign lawyers, firms cannot practice law in India: Supreme Court 
(Saturday, 31 March 2018)
Foreign lawyers cannot carry out any litigation or non-litigation work in India on a permanent basis, the Supreme Court held in a ruling, which also gives the Bar Council of India

6th M. C. Setalvad Lecture 
(Sunday, 29 July 2018)
6th M. C. Setalvad Lecture delivered on 26th July 2018 by Shri Dipak Misra, The Hon'ble The Chief Justice of India - a thought provoking, profound, erudite, visionary and brilliant Lecture. Click to read Read Full Speech

Fall 2017 issue of India Law News 
(Saturday, 16 December 2017)
Read the Fall 2017 issue of India Law News published by the India Committee of the ABA Section of International Law

Priti Suri given “Mayre Rasmussen Award” 
(Monday, 03 July 2017)
I would like to bring to your kind attention that on April 26, 2017, Ms. Priti Suri, a member of SILF and the Founder-Partner of PSA, was honoured with the prestigious lifetime career achievement “Mayre Rasmussen Award”

Centre clears way for Indian firms to merge with foreign companies 
(Monday, 01 May 2017)
Paving the way for a broader merger and acquisition (M&A) landscape, the Centre has allowed Indian companies to merger with companies abroad. However, such outbound mergers will be allowed

Decision on law panel report after consulting legal 
(Monday, 01 May 2017)
The government today said it would not take a decision on a Law Commission report, which has proposed stringent punishment against lawyers for misconduct

Global arbitration meet to foster better dispute resolution mechanism 
(Friday, 21 October 2016)
The National Initiative on Strengthening Arbitration in India kicks off on Friday. Over the course of three days, issues around developing a

Law Minister Wants More Indians In International Arbitration 
(Saturday, 27 August 2016)
As India seeks to develop into a hub of international arbitration, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today lamented that only a "small fragment" of members from the Indian

Fresh move to decrease number of tribunals, Law ministry issues reminder 
(Saturday, 28 November 2015)
With many tribunals in the country performing "identical functions", government has given a fresh push to its pans to cut down their number from the present

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