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18th Jun, 2024

India: Renewable Energy - The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides

1. Does your jurisdiction have an established renewable energy industry? What are the main types…

02nd May, 2024

Assessing Damages in Construction Contracts Part II

INTRODUCTION This is the second part of our series on the subject of damages in…

22nd Apr, 2024


INTRODUCTION Under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“IBC”), a resolution plan for a corporate…

26th Mar, 2024

AI & Copyright

Introduction 2023 was a big year for generative AI. AI - or artificial intelligence -…

27th Nov, 2023

Green Hydrogen (Series 2) - A Practical Insight Into Green…

INTRODUCTION The green hydrogen sector has seen rampant development in recent years with the international…

08th Nov, 2023

Angel Tax and the (un)Ease of Doing Business in India

Introduction The provisions relating to angel tax in the Income Tax Act, 1961 (“IT Act”)…

18th Aug, 2023

The Exclusive Jurisdiction of Courts regarding Wills - Scope for…

Introduction A probate[1], as per the Indian Succession Act, 1925 (“Succession Act”), means a copy…

26th Jul, 2023

Green Hydrogen (Series 1) : Framework and Developments in India

INTRODUCTION Green hydrogen has emerged as one of the catalysts in the goal to achieve…

30th May, 2023

Regulating AI

Introduction It is undeniable that over the last 2 (two) decades or so, technology has…

25th May, 2023

Navigating crossroads of IBC and RERA: Are we there yet…

Earlier this year, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) proposed some sweeping changes in the…

11th May, 2023

Is online rummy chancier than an offline round?

Introduction States are running out of options in their efforts to ban online rummy. Jurisprudence…

12th Apr, 2023

The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 – An Analysis

Introduction The draft Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, 2022 (“DPDPB”) was released on November 18,…


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