Corporate Lexport Indirect Taxation Budget 2013 Snapshot by Srinivas Kotni
Corporate Lexport Indirect Taxation Budget 2013 Snapshot
5 Lexport promos + breaking into Bangalore
Delhi law firm Lexport opened an office in Bangalore and announced its first two associate partners Mukesh Yadav and Mukul Chandra, previously senior associates with the firm.
Does Kapil Sibal's Green Signal imply the end of wait, for 1 an Investor Friendly Legal Regime?
The government has decided to remove the put and call options hurdle in mergers and acquisitions (M&W) with the law ministry finally clearing the proposal to amend the Securities Contracts 'T (Regulation) Act 1956 (SCRA).....by Madhumna D. Mitra and Ankita Singh
Young leading lawyers in India under 45 amongst 40 top Law Firms
Srinivas Kotni, Managing Partner of LEXport got selected as one of the young leading lawyers in India under 45 amongst 40 top law firms
Published in Lex Witness
Opinion of our Managing Partner, Srinivas Kotni on SEBI' s new Share buy-back Rules, published in Lex Witness
NSEL crisis: Jignesh Shah's indirect MCX holding may spoil govt case for stake cut
Mr. Srinivas Kotni, Managing Partner of LEXport has been quoted in Financial Express (25th September 2013 edition) on the National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL) crisis and the issue concerning Jignesh Shah's indirect MCX holding.