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Cooper Grace Ward
This recent case reinforces that clear and consistent underwriting guidelines are essential for all insurance agencies.
Cooper Grace Ward
Enforcing a foreign judgment in Australia depends on the type of judgment and the country where the judgment is obtained.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Government intends to enhance consumer protection and reduce red tape associated with domestic building contracts.
King & Wood Mallesons
As litigation becomes more sophisticated, this will likely lead to more and larger "class action" -type suits in China.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
The Supreme People’s Court of China recently issued an interpretation on how to calculate the interest accrued on delayed payment.
Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
Historically, Hong Kong has lacked a legal framework for regulating mergers or otherwise deterring conduct that is harmful to competition.
Vaish Associates Advocates
The Competition Commission of India has imposed a fine totalling INR 2544 crore rupees on 14 car manufacturers for violating the Competition Act, 2002.
By the end of this year, India will surpass USA in terms of number of internet users.
Nishith Desai Associates
The order of the IPAB affirmed the order of the Controller of Patents to grant Compulsory License to NATCO for Bayer’s Indian patent on Nexavar.
Nishith Desai Associates
In cases of dishonour of cheque, only those courts within whose territorial limits the drawee bank is situated would have the jurisdiction to try the case.
PSA Legal Counsellors
Among the crucial developments in the last month, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ("TRAI") reduced ceiling tariffs for domestic leased circuits.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The NZ Supreme Court has considered an insurer's liability for multiple events occurring in the same policy period.
Duncan Cotterill
The decision will not have general application to all earthquake claims, as it is specific to the wording of this policy.
Russin & Vecchi
The regulations form the basis for a pilot programme in PPP investment projects, to attract private investors to Vietnam.
Russin & Vecchi
Although overseas Vietnamese have long anticipated owning a house in Vietnam, the law on land and housing is complicated
Russin & Vecchi
The paper outlines the regulations governing the entry and immigration of expatriates to work for any entity in Vietnam.
Russin & Vecchi
The article describe the special problems in-house counsel face in Vietnam, particularly in an international context.
Russin & Vecchi
The Law on Consumer Protection (LoCP) provides new protections for consumers, and also places new burdens on traders.
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Singh & Associates
The Companies Act, 2013 has made significant changes in the provisions relating to private placement of securities.
Karthik Ranganathan
When it comes to policy decisions at least at the Federal Government level, policies introduced by the previous Government is not reversed by the successive Government.
Jones Day
In August 2013, the Indian parliament passed the Indian Companies Act, 2013, which has replaced the Companies Act of 1956
Nishith Desai Associates
The Government of India has recently notified Companies Act, 2013 ("CA 2013"), which replaces the erstwhile Companies Act, 1956 ("CA 1956").
PSA Legal Counsellors
The Companies Act, 2013 is enacted to gradually replace the old Act of 1956, with the objective to bring more accountability and good corporate governance.
Singh & Associates
Under the Companies Act, 1956 the provisions relating to Loan to directors by a Company were governed by Section 295 of the Companies Act, 1956.
PSA Legal Counsellors
The Companies Act, 2013, sets to overhaul the provisions relating to independent directors entirely by conferring greater power and responsibility in the governance of a company.
Nishith Desai Associates
The Indian Finance Minister has just announced the Budget for the year 2014-15. A number of reforms have been proposed.
Singh & Associates
Foreign Direct Investment in India is subject to certain Rules and Regulations and is subject to predefined limits in various sectors which range from 20% to 100%.
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