Core Practice

  • Banking Law
  • Investment Law
  • Information Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Commercial Law of Foreign Countries
  • Competition Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Insolvency (Bankruptcy) Law
  • Legal Services and Protection of Rights for Subjects of Entrepreneurial Activity
  • Current Issues in Legal Regulation of Securities Market
  • Current Issues in Business Law
  • Labour and Employment Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Tax Law

International Trade and Custom

Customs Payments
Administrative Liability for Customs Violations
Legal Regulation of Foreign Trade Activities
WTO in the System of International Economic Organisations
International Trade in Services within the WTO and EurAsEC
Regional Integration and Regional Trade Agreements
Technical Barriers to Trade and Environmental Protection in Foreign Trade Activities
Protection of Intellectual Property in the WTO
International Law of Foreign Investment
Regulation and Control of Customs Value in the EurAsEC
International Tax Law
Agriculture in the Law of the WTO and EurAsEC
Legal Aspects of Subsidisation in the WTO and EurAsEC Agreements

A global approach to Business law and practice

  • Business and Commercial Laws in Hong Kong SAR, China - Banking and Credit Laws Supervisory Guideline from Hong-Kong Monetary Authority Banking Ordinance, Chapter 155 Banking Ordinance Companies (Exemption from Statement of Turnover) Order Credit Unions (Forms) Regulations Credit Unions Ordinance Loans Ordinance Money Lenders Ordinance Money Lenders Regulations Banking Ordinance, Chapter 155 Companies (Exemption From Statement Of Turnover) Order Credit Unions (Forms) Regulations Credit Unions Ordinance Loans Ordinance Money Lenders […]
  • Business and Commercial Laws in Singapore - Alternative Dispute Resolution Laws Mediation Act 2016 Banking and Credit Laws Asian Development Bank Act Currency Act Deposit Insurance Act, 2005 Deposit Insurance Act, 2005 Development Fund Act Development Loan Act Development Loan Act, 1987 Developmental Investment Fund Act Exchange Control Act External Loans Act Financial Procedure Act Finance Companies Act Banking Act Bills of Exchange Act Bills of Sale […]
  • Business and Commercial Laws in the United States of America [USA] - Banking and Credit Laws Title 31, Subtitle IV, Chapter 53 of the United States Code (Monetary Transactions) Truth in Lending Act Amendments of 1995 Truth in Lending Class Action Relief Act of 1995 Truth in Savings Act Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 Consumer Credit Protection Act Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 Electronic Fund Transfer Act Equal Credit Opportunity Act […]
  • Business and Industrial Law Index - Business & Commercial Laws Indian Foreign Trade Sectorial Business Policy Industries and Law of India Foreign Investment Money Laundering & Financial Crimes  Law of Transportation Anti Dumping Duty Law of  Civil Aviation Banking, Financial & Insurance Telecom Exports (incl EOUs and SEZs) IT & ITeS Transport & Logistics Textiles Oil & Gas (upstream & downstream) Gems & Jewellery Services received and provided by Government […]
  • Business Laws in Australia - Alternative Dispute Resolution Laws Commercial Arbitration Act 2010 Banking and Credit Laws Credit Reporting Code of Conduct Cheques Act 1986 Electronic Transactions Act 1999 Financial Services Reform Act 2001 Payment Systems (Regulation) Act 1998 Payment Systems and Netting Act 1998 Bankruptcy and Collateral Laws Federal Court (Bankruptcy) Rules 2005 Federal Magistrates Court (Bankruptcy) Rules 2006 Federal Court (Corporations) Rules 2000 […]
  • Business Laws in Bangladesh - Banking and Credit Laws Banking Companies (Amendment) Act, 1993 Banking Companies (Amendment) Act, 1995 Banking Companies Act, 1991 Financial Institutions Act, 1993 Bankruptcy and Collateral Laws Companies Act 1994 Bankruptcy Act, 1997 The Bankruptcy Act of 1997 Civil Procedure Codes and Regulations Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 Commercial and Company Laws Bangladesh Dhaka Stock Exchange (Listing) Regulations 2015 Companies Act, […]
  • Business Laws in China - Banking and Credit Laws Law on Commercial Banks Law on Negotiable Instruments Procedures Governing the Carrying of Gold and Silver Into or Out of China Regulations for Providing Short-Term Loans in Foreign Currency by the Bank of China Regulations of Bank of China on Providing Loans to Enterprises with Foreign Investment Regulations on Foreign Currency Deposits and Special Renminbi Deposits […]
  • Business Laws in the United Kingdom [UK] - Banking and Credit Laws Bank of England Act 1998 Companies Act 2006 Representation of the People (England and Wales)(Amendment) Regulations 2002 Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Consumer Credit Act 2006 Data Protection Act 1998 Consumer Credit Act 1974 (Commencement No. 10) Order 1989 Bankruptcy and Collateral Laws 1986 CHAPTER 45 Enterprise Act 2002 Insolvency (No. 2) Act 1994 Insolvency […]
  • Commercial Space Guidelines-USA 2020 - The term “commercial,” for the purposes of this policy, refers to goods, services, or activities provided by private sector enterprises that bear a reasonable portion of the investment risk and responsibility for the activity, operate in accordance with typical market-based incentives for controlling cost and optimizing return on investment, and have the legal capacity to offer those goods or services to existing or potential non-governmental customers.
  • Doing Business in India - eBiz Project is One-stop Business solution on behalf of the Government of India   eBiz Project pdf file
  • General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994 - The provisions in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, dated 30 October 1947, annexed to the Final Act Adopted at the Conclusion of the Second Session of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment (excluding the Protocol of Provisional Application), as rectified, amended or modified by the terms of legal instruments which have entered into force before the date of entry into force of the WTO Agreement;
  • Indian Foreign Trade - Imports and exports are the two important components of a foreign trade. Foreign trade is the exchange of goods and services between the two countries, across their international borders.
  • International Chamber of Commerce – a world business organization - ICC is a world business organization and only representative body that speaks with authority on behalf of enterprises from all sectors in every part of the world. ICC was founded in 1919. ICC promotes an open international trade and investment system and the market economy. Its conviction that trade is a powerful force for peace and prosperity dates from the […]
  • Law relating to the Limited Liability Partnership in India - Section 3 of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 says that a limited liability partnership is a body corporate formed and incorporated under the said Act and is a legal entity separate from that of the partners. Section 14 of the said Act provides that on registration, a limited liability partnership shall, by its name, be capable of suing and […]
  • Mandatory for sellers to spell out “Country of Origin”: Government e-Marketplace (GeM) - While for pushing the “Aatmanirbhar Bharat” the Ministry of Commerce and Industry said Tuesday the Government e-Marketplace (GeM) portal has made it mandatory for sellers to submit the country of origin while registering any new product on the online procurement portal.
  • National electronic commerce policy - India has proposed regulating cross border data flows, locating computing facilities within India to ensure job creation and setting up a dedicated ‘data authority’ for issues related to sharing of community data.
  • Revised definition for startups & norms for tax exemptions (19th February 2019) - MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade) NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 19th February, 2019 G.S.R. 127(E).— This notification is being issued in supersession of the Gazette Notification No. G.S.R. 364(E) dated April 11, 2018 as modified vide Gazette Notification No. G.S.R. 34 (E) Dated January 16, 2019. Definitions 1. In this notification,— (a) An entity […]
  • Sectors [Business] - Classical theorists would suggest economic activities in three sectors: Primary: involves the retrieval and roduction of raw materials, such as food grains, coal, oil, and iron. Secondary: involves the transformation of raw or intermediate materials into goods e.g. manufacturing steel into cars, textiles, engineering. Tertiary: involves the supplying of services to consumers and businesses, such as Personal care Beverage, cinema and […]
  • Sole Proprietorship Business - It is a one man controlled business -one-man organisation where a single individual owns, manages and controls the business. A Proprietorship business needs no  Government registration like Company or LLP and can be started with minimum capital by any Indian Citizen. Proprietorship can have any name – as long as it does not infringe on a registered trademark., and anyone […]
  • Startup business in India - An entity shall be considered as a Startup: i. Upto a period of seven years from the date of incorporation/registration, if it is incorporated as a private limited company (as defined in the Companies Act, 2013) or registered as a partnership firm (registered under section 59 of the Partnership Act, 1932) or a limited liability partnership (under the Limited Liability Partnership Act, […]
  • Startup India Notifications - Startup India is an initiative of the Government of India[16th of January, 2016], intended  for the growth of startup businesses, to drive sustainable economic growth and generate large scale employment opportunities. S.No. Action Point (As Per Action Plan) Relevent Notification 1 Overall Revised definition for startups & norms for tax exemptions (19th February 2019) Revised norms for Angel Tax exemption under section […]
  • The Competition Act 2002 - An Act to provide, keeping in view the economic development of the country, for the establishment of a Commission to prevent practices having adverse effect on competition, to promote and sustain competition in markets, to protect the interests of consumers and to ensure freedom of trade carried on by other participants in markets, in India, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
  • United States currently has 14 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) - Currently, the United States has 14 FTAs with 20 countries. FTAs can help your company to enter and compete more easily in the global marketplace through zero or reduced tariffs and other provisions. While the specifics of each FTA vary, they generally provide for the reduction of trade barriers and the creation of a more predictable and transparent trading and investment environment. This makes it easier and cheaper for U.S. companies to export their products and services to trading partner markets.

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Business Laws in the United Kingdom [UK]

Sat Jul 27 , 2019
Banking and Credit Laws Bank of England Act 1998 Companies Act 2006 Representation of the People (England and Wales)(Amendment) Regulations 2002 Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Consumer Credit Act 2006 Data Protection Act 1998 Consumer Credit Act 1974 (Commencement No. 10) Order 1989 Bankruptcy and Collateral Laws 1986 CHAPTER 45 Enterprise Act 2002 Insolvency (No. 2) Act 1994 Insolvency […]

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