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    Contract management is one of the core activities of a modern day organization as most business processes are governed through contractual relationships. It’s vital that contracts should be aligned with the business expectation and professionals involved should be well versed of the latest drafting techniques and expertise to foresee the associated risk, and design the contracts in the best interest of their organization.


    ·        How contracts have been drafted today and, what are the potential alternative drafting strategies and structures?

    ·        How contracts are negotiated including techniques for negotiation on contract variations and claims.

    ·        Effective risk control measures to minimize legal exposures and avoid disputes.

    ·        Necessary skills required to effectively manage contractual pitfalls and implement dispute resolution mechanism.

    Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, refers to the ways of addressing and settling disputes outside of court and its traditional, adversarial atmosphere. There are several types of alternative dispute resolution methods, and each process has its advantages. The use of ADR methods that is mediation, conciliation and arbitration is gaining momentum world- wide in the resolution of disputes especially within the business environment. This momentum is due to the fact that the business community wants to avoid long delays and costs associated with litigation.

    This course is therefore aimed at making stakeholders and industry professionals aware of the ADR mechanism of resolving company disputes. It will also provide advice on how to best protect commercial interests by including ADR clauses in commercial contracts.

    Competition can be defined as a process of economic rivalry between market players to attract customers. Free and fair competition is one of the most important pillars of an efficient business environment. Since the last few decades, the Indian economy has been one of the best performers and is on high growth trajectory. In the interest of consumers as well as the economy as a whole, it becomes imperative to promote an environment that facilitates fair competition outcomes in the market, restrains anti-competitive behavior and discourage market players from adopting unfair trade practices. This is where the competition law comes into picture.

    This course elaborately discusses about the evolution of the competition law in India, the prohibition of anti-competitive agreements under the companies act 2002 and the authorities established under the act. It also discusses the concepts of abuse of dominant positions as well as inquiry and investigation.

    For several years, the world has been witnessing news concerning securities fraud, ethical lapses, money laundering, conflicts of interest, and insider trading. More often than not, these cases result in loss of business, reputation, revenue, and importantly, trust. This advanced course is specifically designed to provide industry professionals a detailed overview of the strategic role and intersections of Governance, Risk & Compliance for organizations in today’s rapidly evolving business environment.

    The program will provide a detailed look and analysis of global changes to both prudential and conduct regulation and how you need to work to develop robust compliance practices and procedures within your organization, looking at best practice to identify, analyze, and resolve current issues whilst building a dynamic future system.

    The Foreign Exchange Management Act,1999 (“FEMA”) is India’s key legislation governing inbound and outbound investments. Rising investments make it essential for the professionals to understand the regulations that govern capital inflows and outflows and the related evolution.

    In tune with the aspirations of a large young population, the Government has rolled out several big-bang initiatives in the form of Make in India, Skill India, Start-up India and the likes. Simultaneously,recognizing the need to usher in foreign investments to reinvigorate the growth cycle, the Government has adopted a policy of extensive outreach, focused on the ease of doing business on one hand and the overhaul of FEMA regulations and FDI policies regulating the inflow of foreign investments into India on the other. The thrust of the overall policy has been to bring more and more sectors under the automatic route and also relax the foreign ownership norms in sectors where foreign investment was hitherto restricted.

    This training course will essentially focus on:

    ·        Recent changes/ trends in FDI (including sectorial analysis)

    ·        Recent key changes in ODI guidelines

    ·        Corporate guarantees, External commercial Borrowings and ESOPs

    ·        ECB by start-ups

    ·        Discussion over remittances (LRS, NRO account etc)

    ·        Inbound investments: Liaison office/ Project office/ Branch office – Recent changes

    ·        Emerging issues: Discussions on select cases taken by Enforcement Directorate on FEMA violations

    The Insolvency and Bankruptcy code (IBC) is considered one of the biggest economic reforms in India which consolidates and amends the laws relating to reorganization and insolvency resolution of corporate entities, partnership firms and individuals in a time bound manner. The code provides a robust legal framework which aims to bring long term reforms in line with global economic laws prevalent in advanced jurisdiction.

    Built for aspiring insolvency professionals, this course is designed to help participants understand all pertinent aspects and nuances of the IBC and the insolvency resolution process.

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