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NovoJuris Legal is a decade old law firm working in the areas of private equity, fund formation, cross-border transactions, foreign exchange matters, M&A including reverse mergers, demergers and the like, business structuring, intellectual property, real estate, employment laws, technology laws, start-ups, accelerators, mediation, and settlements. Our litigation practice is currently focused on specialized courts such as the National Company Law Tribunal.
We have worked on more than 250 equity financing, secondaries and exits, in India, US and Singapore. We have worked on both sides of the table. Our fund formation practice is primarily focused on establishing funds in Mauritius and procuring SEBI AIF registrations for funds in India, along with drafting of documents like the contribution agreements and fund management advisory contracts. The funds have also used our support to help their portfolio companies and manage their ongoing compliance.
Our technology practice covers wide ranging verticals such as drones, artificial intelligence, bots, bitcoins, payment systems, cloud, big data and analytics, numerous mobile apps, e-commerce and traditional retail, data centres and many more.
Our infrastructure practice is currently focused on helping clients establish and invest in solar power, micro-grids, EPCs, and carbon finance initiatives. The real estate practice works with builders, aiding with legal opinions, joint developments, joint ventures, title diligences, special economic zone operations, etc. Our intellectual property practice focuses not only on the protection of various IP forms, but also on the enforcement of patents, trademarks and the like, including IP audit and trainings. Mediation and settlements are part of the CXO level advisory and working with businesses through their journey
We are loved by start-ups and accelerators alike, for the CXO level advisory and engagement provided by us via founder engagements/disengagements, funding, exits, shutdowns, layoffs, acquihires, takeovers (asset or entity), business structuring, and on the many other challenges faced by owners while running a business.
About the Essay Competition
India has historically been a highly cash dependent economy.With the recent demonetization, the movement from leather wallets to digital wallets has taken the centre stage of discussion, with liquid cash supply drying up.The financial industry is primed for massive disruption with the use of technology. Some examples of such expected disruption are in the areas of:
The fintech industry is regulated by a legal labyrinth, including not just the Information Technology Act, 2000 and RBI regulations, but many other laws dealing with data privacy, security and the like. As of now, the laws are catching up to address the challenges that the fintech industry is raising.
In order to encourage research and analysis, NovoJuris Legal is bringing forth this topical competition on Fintech. The competition aims to provide a platform for students of law, to express their views on various critical issues surrounding the legal and regulatory frameworks for this this industry segment.
LEATHER WALLET TO MOBILE WALLET- LEGAL CHALLENGES
The following sub-themes have been identified as requiring academic consideration in the Indian context:
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