India and the United States – The Evolving Legal Landscape for Cross Border Transactions
April 27, 2013
8:30 am to 2:00 pm
Baker & McKenzie, 815 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC
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India Law News is published quarterly. We are currently accepting articles for the upcoming edition of the India Law News.
Submission Deadline: All deadlines are final and will not be extended, save any compelling circumstances determined by the Editorial Board.
Fall Issue: August 1
Winter Issue: November 1
Spring Issue: February 1
Summer Issue: May 1
Author guidelines are available by clicking here: India Committee Newsletter Author Guidelines. All submissions should be directed to:
Bhalinder L. Rikhye
Peltz & Walker
MPC Legal, New Delhi, India
Kelley Drye & Warren, LLP, New York, NY
Bogert & Rembold, PL, Coral Gables, FL
Sylvana Q. Sinha
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, New York, NY
The India Committee is a forum for ABA International 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 Indo-US 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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