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Doing Business in India

21 May 2014

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Is your company planning on or already doing business in India? If so, you need to familiarize yourself with the latest business, political, and regulatory issues affecting your business and your employees when entering this promising but challenging and diverse market.

In this webinar, a panel of K&L Gates partners with vast experience working with companies who are doing business in India, address a range of legal issues to give you a comprehensive grasp on the business operating environment in India.

The purpose of this webinar is to provide international legal and business context. The information in this webinar should not be considered legal advice on Indian law or otherwise. Like all non-Indian law firms, K&L Gates does not practice Indian law and we work with a network of counsel in India on Indian law issues as necessary in any given situation.

Topics addressed include:

  • Overview of India: dynamics of the region
  • Corporate/commercial: overview of common business issues
  • Regulatory and compliance: overview of the risk spectrum across the region
  • Intellectual Property: the common pitfalls and how to avoid them
  • Methods of dispute resolution (specifically international arbitration): preventing disputes (and what to do when things go wrong)

Moderator:

  • Pallavi Mehta Wahi, Partner, Co-Chair of India Practice Group, Commercial Disputes

Panelists:

  • James P. Duffy IV, Partner, International Arbitration
  • Frank L. Politano, Partner, IP Procurement and Portfolio Management
  • William D. Semins, Partner, Government Enforcement
  • Whitney J. Smith, Partner, Corporate/M&A

This program is part of an ongoing series of complimentary webinars that K&L Gates is hosting on Doing Business Globally. Click here to learn more about the series.