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India Entry Strategy
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India Entry Strategy: The FAQs provide an overview of t...

Which law and regulations govern foreign investment in India? Broadly, foreign investment in India is regulated under the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 ("FEMA") and the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of a Security by a Person Resident outside India) Regulations, 2017 framed the reunder. The FEMA was enacted to consolidate......
Checklist for the Indian Publishing Sector
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We have set out a checklist that publishing houses oper...

What are the legal aspects that an author or publisher should be aware of prior to publication of a book in India?There are India several publishing laws in India that regulate what content can be written and distributed. These laws establish that publication of certain content could give rise to complaints of a criminal or civil offence. For example, claims such ......
data protection and privacy law in india
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This section provides an overview of the existing priva...

INTRODUCTION In recent years and specially in the context of the COVID pandemic, digitization, leaps in technological capabilities, and rise in e-commerce platforms has become the norm. As a consumer, we share personal information and data with each online platform we visit, register on and order from. However, collection, use, and disclosure of this data is largely ......
Incorporation of a Private company
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The FAQs cover the process involved in incorporating a ...

What is a private limited company?There are several different types of legal structures in India such as a private limited company, public limited company, limited liability partnership, sole proprietorship etc.A private limited company refers to an entity which limits the liability of the owner to their respective shareholdings and restricts shareholders from pub......
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The dos and don’ts of licensing intellectual property i...

What is licensing of intellectual property (''IP'')?An owner of IP can grant another person the right or permission to make, use or sell property or items embodying or covered by this IP by means of a contractual license. A license may apply to any type of IP – trademark, patent, copyright, design and/or know-how. Under the license, the licensor maintains title in......
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