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Section of International Law: India Committee

Section of International Law:
India Committee


UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2018 - New York & Singapore

INDIA COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES AT THE UPCOMING ANNUAL SPRING MEETING OF THE SECTION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW ON APRIL 17-21, 2018 AT THE GRAND HYATT HOTEL IN NEW YORK CITY

The India Committee is sponsoring a panel at the upcoming Spring 2018 meeting of the Section of International Law titled “WHERE WAS THE BOARD? WHERE WERE THE LAWYERS? AVERTING ETHICAL CRISES IN MULTI-NATIONAL ENTERPRISES.” The panel is for Continuing Legal Education credits for those attorneys admiitted to practice in the US. The panel is scheduled for the morning of Wednesday, April 18, 2018.

Please watch this website for release by the Section of the Onsite Meeting Brochure (and Meeting Schedule application for downloading) for details.

The INDIA COMMITTEE will also have a working breakfast meeting at the New York meeting, as well as an off-site social gathering for dinner. with members and friends. Details to follow on the India Committee listserv.

INDIA COMMITTEE PANELS AT THE SECTION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW MEETING IN SINGAPORE ON MAY 11, 2018

The India Committee is sponsoring a one day program at the Singapore conference on various subjects, including CYBERSECURITY DUE DILIGENCE, MERGERS & ACQUISITION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. Watch this website for full details.


Committee Publication - India Law News



India Law News, recipient of the Section of International Law's Award for Outstanding Committee Newsletter of 2014, is published three-to-four times a year. We are currently accepting articles for the upcoming editions of the India Law News. Please contact the editor-in-chief for more information.

Submission Deadlines:

The India Law News is published three-to-four times a year.

Fall Issue: August 1; Winter Issue: November 1; Spring Issue: February 1; Summer Issue: May 1

All deadlines are final and will not be extended, save any compelling circumstances determined by the Editorial Board.

Author guidelines are available by clicking here: India Committee Newsletter Author Guidelines. All submissions should be directed to:

Editor-in-Chief

Ashish S. Joshi,
Lorandos Joshi, Ann Arbor, MI
a.joshi@lorandoslaw.com

Co-Editors

Poorvi Chothani,
LawQuest, Mumbai, India
poorvi@lawquestinternational.com

Aseem Chawla,
MPC Legal, New Delhi, India
aseem.chawla@mpclegal.in

Farrell A. Brody,
Chaffetz Lindsey, LLP, New York, NY
Farrell.brody@gmail.com

Sylvana Q. Sinha,
Independent Practitioner and Consultant
sylvana@post.harvard.edu

Daniel Hantman,
Much Shelist, P.C., Chicago, IL
daniel.hantman@gmail.com



About the Committee

The India Committee is a forum for Section members who have an interest in India legal, regulatory and policy matters, both in the private and public international law spheres. The Committee facilitates information sharing, analysis, and review on these matters, with a focus on the evolving India-U.S. relationship. Key objectives include facilitation of trade and investment in the private domain, while concurrently supporting democratic institutions in the public domain. The Committee believes in creating links and understanding between the legal fraternity, bar associations, law students, business organizations in India and the US, as well as other countries, in an effort to support the global Rule of Law.

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Leadership

Co-Chairs:

Rikhye, Bhalinder
Trope, Roland

Vice-Chairs:

Ali, Hanishi
Barot, Raj
Bharadwaj, Kritika
Blank, Jonathan
Bryant, Joe
Chawla, Aseem
Chothani, Poorvi
Jain, Jaipat
Joshi, Ashish
Mascarenhas, Viren
Mohan, Kavita
Murthy, Jln
Notani, Sanjay

Committee Roster  


Senior Advisors


Newsletter - INDIA LAW NEWS


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    2018 Investment Arbitration & Trans-Pacific Transactions Conference

    05/10/2018-05/11/2018
    Maxwell Chambers
    Singapore

    *Reduced rate hotel accommodations are available for registered attendees to request the list of reduced rate hotels that has been prepared by our hosting venue, Maxwell Chambers, please email Intlawmeetings@americanbar.org Day 1: There will be panel discussions that explore recent ...

    Employment Law World Tour: Employment Law in Australia.

    05/16/2018-05/16/2018

    The SIL Employment Committee is embarking on a World Tour of employment law! Our members have volunteered to share their expertise on employment law in their jurisdictions through quick, focused teleconferences that will occur on a regular basis during the 2017/18 season. The teleconferences will follow ...

    Challenging the Perception of Risk in Africa

    05/21/2018-05/21/2018

    This conference will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence in Cape Town. A block of reduced rate rooms has been arranged at the host hotel. The direct booking link is listed in the left hand navigation of the website. The hotel booking deadline is April 19th. Register before April 21st ...


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Committee Programs

The India Committee organizes a variety of committee programs focused on Law and India. Program audio and materials are available by clicking the link "more"
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India Online Resources

Modified by Bhalinder Rikhye on January 14, 2018

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