The Lawyer Debate: India
No 3: India
Booking
4th May 2011 · The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London

Kindly sponsored by India’s Kanga & Co, the third in The Lawyer’s series of town hall debates will focus on how to best navigate developments in the Indian legal market.

Adopting a format similar to BBC’s Question Time, the evening will consist of a heavyweight panel deliberating on topics chosen in advance by the audience before opening up the floor for further discussion.

The audience will include leading in-house counsel and private practitioners with an interest in disclosure. There will be ample opportunities for discussion and networking at a drinks reception following the debate.

The evening will be featured in The Lawyer. The fee for the evening is £195 + VAT and the debate qualifies for two CPD Hours. Places are strictly limited and are on a first come first served basis.

EARLY BIRD RATE: £150 + VAT UNTIL 18th APRIL 2011

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Agenda
WORTH TWO CPD HOURS
Sponsored by
Kanga and Co
Topics
  • India's strategic importance, its economic advantages and why it has become a preferred investment location
  • The opportunities, pitfalls and challenges of Investing in India
  • Is India as protectionist as commonly perceived?
  • Common misconceptions about Indian IP issues
  • What impact will the Bribery Act have on UK firms investing in India?
  • The many Indias: navigating through the federal system of India
  • Deadline June 1st: the implications of proposed merger activity provisions
    stemming from the Indian Competition Act 2002
  • The door swings both ways: working with Indian firms investing in the UK
  • Plus questions from the audience
Panel

Des Hudson CHAIR
Des Hudson
Chief Executive
The Law Society
Richard Gubbins Thomas Beazley QC
Blackstone Chambers
Richard Gubbins Richard Gubbins
Head of India Practice
Ashurst
Richard Heald Richard Heald
CEO
UK India Business Council
Preehti Mehta Preeti Mehta
Partner
Kanga & Co