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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

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

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.

Corporate Lexport Indirect Taxation Budget 2013 Snapshot by Srinivas Kotni

Corporate Lexport Indirect Taxation Budget 2013 Snapshot

Delhi-based firm Corporate LEXport expands operations to Bangalore; Firm to be restructured

Delhi-based law firm Corporate LEXport has recently opened an office in Bangalore. Corporate LEXport Founder and Managing Associate, Srinivas Kotni (pictured) will divide his time between the Delhi and Bangalore offices.

Opening The Doors Of Indian Boundaries For Foreign Law Firms by Srinivas Kotni

The Advocates Act, 1961 specifies that only "advocates" as defined under the Act are entitled to practice the profession of law in India

Landmark Judgement on the Powers of Indian Courts over Arbitration Proceedings situated Overseas

“Bharat Aluminium Co. V. Kaiser Aluminium Technical Service, Inc.” - Landmark Judgement on the Powers of Indian Courts over Arbitration Proceedings situated Overseas By Ankita Singh & Mananjay Mishra

Services Subject to Reverse Charge by Srinivas Kotni and Shikha Bardwaj

List of services subject to reverse charge .i.e. services wherein service tax payment liability is upon service recipient. It is to be noted that certain services are subject to partial reverse charge wherein both, service recipient and service provider are liable to pay service tax (please refer the table below to determine the respective liabilities of service recipient and service provider in case of services which are subject to partial reverse charge)

Enforceability of Exit/Put options under the SCRA, 1956 - by Srinivas Kotni and Ankita Singh

The Put options are essentially exit rights under investment agreements, such as those involving joint ventures as well as private equity and venture capital investments.Private Equity (“the PE”) Investments and Foreign Direct Investments in majority of cases comprise of an exit option

Service Tax Applicability on Lawyers, Law Firms and Legal Consultancy Services by Srinivas Kotni

The earlier Section 65 sub-clause (zzzzm) as amended by the by the Finance Act, 2011 defined taxable legal consultancy services