Tag: Lawyers in India

New Year New Hopes for India

The new year began on positive sentiments with vaccination drives across the world including India. What has helped further is the reduction in active Covid-19 cases in the country. It looks like the peak in infections has been passed and this is somewhat helping the recovery […]

Realizing India’s potential in Intellectual Property: An interview with Kangan Roda, Partner, illuminIP

In 2020 Kangan Roda founded IP boutique law firm illuminIP, in New Delhi, India. In this interview with Asia Law Portal, Ms. Roda explains what inspired her focus on intellectual property law, her new firm, illuminIP and the future of her practice, her experience of intellectual […]

India Sees Slight Economic Recovery

The Indian economy fared better to slightly recover from recessionary situation in the past few months. There is optimism due to the impending launch of the vaccination drive after the Government grants emergency authorisation. This is reflected in improved forecasts by global institutions. There is significant […]

Covid-19 Pushes India Into Technical Recession First Time In Its History

The Indian economy’s consecutive contraction in 2 back to back financial quarters ensured that it entered a phase of technical recession. This is what was feared at the start of Covid-19 pandemic when Asia Law Portal reported that the International Monetary Fund had projected India’s worst […]

In Conversation – Quick Guide on UPI Framework and Data Privacy

In conversation with Mr. Atul Juvle – General Counsel, Compliance Officer & Company Secretary, Schindler India: Data Security & Unified Payments Interface (UPI)

India’s Economy Continues to Fight Coronavirus Effect

The increase in India’s Covid-19 cases remains high though new cases have decreased steadily and recovery rate increased. With the ongoing festive season in the country and the lifting of the lockdown near complete, the situation can get worse if due precautions are not observed in […]

The Worst Economic Contraction since India’s Independence

The Covid-19 situation continues to deteriorate in India and cause contraction that the country has never seen since its independence. The Government is making desperate attempts to revive the economy and marginal effects can be seen in the increase in exports. Changes in the foreign direct […]

How To Think Future – Steering Through Fundraising In The EV (Electric Vehicle) Sector

India has seen a proliferation of startups in the Electric Vehicle (EV) space in the past few years on the back of the government’s vision for 2030, improving charging infrastructure and reducing carbon emissions apart from increased investor’s’ interest. LawWiser brings discussion on “Steering through Fundraising […]

India: Economic Shock is Severe

The economic situation and severity of the Covid-19 crisis in India is now unfolding rather rapidly. The Reserve Bank’s annual report, while providing details on the current situation, has acknowledged that contraction in economic activity will likely prolong into Q2 and the path to recovery is […]

How To Think Future – Intellectual Properties And Its Importance For Startups

Intellectual Property has always been the most crucial and important point of discussion for every Startup. IP Protection is equally important like protecting yourself from any dispute. LawWiser brings you a Conversation between: Mahavir Pratap Sharma, Chairman – TiE, Siddharth Mahajan, Partner – Athena Legal, In the series – […]

India: Unlocking Benefits vs. Rising Covid-19 Cases

With the gradual unlock of the lockdown restrictions kicking in across various parts of the country, there are slim hopes of slow improvement in the economy. While some State Government are battling surges and the daily rise of new Covid-19 cases breaking new records, the Government […]

Know Your Law – Dodging The COVID Crisis In Sports Law

Even though the words pandemic and lockdown have become mundane, because of their consistent use, we cannot ignore the impact they have had on several sectors and industries. The Sports industry is one such sector that has also been on the receiving end of the lockdown. […]

Know Your Law – Arbitration Adapting to The New Normal: A Quick Explainer On Initiating Arbitration Proceedings

Arbitration has been an emerging and much needed alternative needed in India. Now we are seeing the new normal during the unlockdown and we are adapting the digital means to run our court system. It is time we adopt Online Dispute Resolution Mechanism more than the […]

India’s Economy Likely to Contract

India is limping back to some normalcy in economic activity and resumption of business operations despite the rising Covid 19 cases. While partial lockdowns are still in force in certain pockets where the concentration of cases is high, industrial establishments and offices have opened up in […]

Get to Know Sourish Mohan Mitra: New Delhi-based Corporate Lawyer and Asia Law Portal Contributing Writer

New Delhi based corporate lawyer Sourish Mohan Mitra is a long-standing Contributing Writer to Asia Law Portal.  In this interview, he details what motivated him to pursue a career in law, his passion for writing, his observations about India’s economic future and legal market liberalization – […]

Understanding The Force Majeure Clause – Corporate Law Team, IndusLaw

The businesses have been impacted by the lockdown due to the outbreak of COVID-19, raising the issue of performance of the contracts for them. They are considering invoking the ‘Force Majeure’ clause in the contracts to seek relief in these tough times. IndusLaw’s Corporate Law Team […]

India’s Finance Budget and slipping economic growth

The Union Finance Budget was announced without much in it for foreign investors. The economy remains a point of discussion with global financial institutions as recovery does not appear in the horizon. While India has not been directly hit by Coronavirus, it is feeling the effect […]

Will 2020 be make or break year for India’s economy?

The Government of India should be ready with its new year resolutions and timelines to achieve the same, as 2020 ushered in the lowest GDP forecast in the last 11 years, continuing the year-end gloomy economic situation in the country. The Government has an opportunity to […]

India Ends 2019 on a Significantly Weak Economic Note

The Indian economy did not have any recovery on the economic front as per data released by 2 global financial institutions. The Personal Data Protection Bill made the much-awaited comeback to the forefront when it was introduced in Parliament. India’s regional trade and growth potential remains […]

India’s mobile app for lawyers: An interview with Dr. Arvind Singhatiya, CEO, LegalKart

LegalKart is an India-based technology platform that helps lawyers manage their legal practices. The firm uses artificial intelligence to connect qualified clients to lawyers — thereby helping lawyers build and grow their practices In this interview with Asia Law Portal, LegalKart Founder and CEO – Dr. […]

India: Stimulus to Slow the Slowdown

The Government finally took some recourse to revise the slowing India economy by introducing a stimulus economic package. The foreign direct investment limits were further liberalized to add possibly as part of the stimulus. The slowdown was now reported by Moody’s as well. The Personal Data […]