India's top court rules on “fly in, fly out” rights
In the latest decision on whether to liberalise India’s legal market, the country’s Supreme Court has said that foreign law firms and lawyers can only practise in India on a “fly in and fly out” basis and have “no absolute right” to conduct international commercial arbitrations there, though it will normally be permitted.
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