Fusing food and fashion: bon appétit à la mode

In the fashion and food industries, successful collaborations underscore the importance of protecting brands and innovation, write Remfry & Sagar lawyers Radha Khera and Bisman Kaur

‘We have to be as creative as counterfeiters’ – seven takeaways from the Anti-Counterfeiting World Law Summit

Delegates heard lively debate on how to tackle counterfeiters who are creative, resilient and constantly evolving

‘A dynamic process’: Indian lawyers welcome government initiative to reform arbitration regime

High-level review heralds serious drive to boost India’s international status as arbitration seat, reports Ben Rigby

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India opens door to arbitration reform in bid to improve dispute resolution ecosystem

Indian government seeks stakeholder comment on potential reforms to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996

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Law Society, Bar Council strike Indian accord

Memorandum of Understanding signed with Bar Council of India as India opens to international lawyers amid mounting domestic opposition

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PR alliance Mirovia expands into Asia with new member agencies in India and Singapore

Alliance of legal PR firms looks to key Asian legal markets with its latest arrivals

Dentons’ ‘historic’ India combination goes live

Move sees Dentons becomes first international law firm to combine with an Indian firm

The time is now for India

India's booming economy is creating new opportunities for global law firms, write Dentons global CEO Elliott Portnoy and Link Legal executive chairman Atul Sharma

‘Every reason for optimism’ – new Law Over Borders guide charts arbitration’s growing popularity across the world

Practical online comparative Global Legal Post guide is co-edited by Three Crowns partners Carmen Martinez Lopez and Liz Snodgrass

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India’s Trilegal secures eight-strong M&A team from rival Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas

Team is led by Amit Khansaheb, who assembled group while at BMR Legal before moving to Shardul in 2017

A slow passage to India? Without legislation years of haggling over legal market liberalisation lie ahead

India’s latest plans to open to foreign law firms may stand more chance of success than previous attempts, but the regulation is unclear, writes Hook Tangaza’s Alison Hook

'Huge opportunities' - the legal profession reacts to long-awaited liberalisation of India's legal market

Ben Rigby gauges the response of Indian and UK lawyers to new rules allowing international firms to open Indian offices

Long wait over as Indian bar gives international law firms green light to set up local offices

Leading law firms line up to welcome long-awaited liberalisation of establishment rules