Webinar: Europe-India: Technology Collaboration - Part 1
Legal, Regulatory and Tax issues
Thursday, March 19, 2015
For both Europe and India, international economic relations
particularly trade and investment has become the most important
component of bilateral relations.
This has been encouraged by increasing cross border trade by EU
member countries with India.
One of the business verticals which has seem a rampant rise is
the technology sector; where India's large, skilled workforce
complements the technological capabilities of European
This has lead to a number of joint ventures, technology
collaborations, business transfers and associated transactions
where the core asset has been technology.
However, while engaging in any form of technological
collaborations, European companies may face unique challenges in
terms of navigating the business and regulatory landscape in
Nishith Desai Associates in collaboration with its partners in
the Europe-India corridor are pleased to host an informative
webinar on key issues which European companies should keep in mind
when collaborating in the technology space in India.
Overview of the opportunities that exist for European
Decoding the regulatory landscape;
Dealing with risks associated with tech transfer and brand
Managing data protection and employment law compliances;
Key takeaways from international tax and structuring perspective to
be kept in mind.
Head – European Office, Nishith Desai Associates
Co-head - International Tax Practice and Head - Private Client
Practice, Nishith Desai Associates
Co-Head, the International Commercial Law, Nishith Desai
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