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Top 10 lessons learned from the Vodafone, Aditya Birla and other tax cases in India
  • Pepper Hamilton LLP
  • India
  • September 29 2011

The rulings of the Bombay High Court in the famous US$2.5 billion tax assessment case against Vodafone in Vodafone v. Union of India and the rulings more recently in Aditya Birla Nuvo Limited v. DDIT and Union of India, New Cingular Wireless Services Inc. v. DDIT and Tata Industries Ltd. v. DDIT are all full of cautionary tales for foreign investors looking to buy Indian-related assets

Indian tax on indirect transfers of shares: the decision of the Indian Supreme Court in Vodafone and India’s proposed retrospective counteracting legislation
  • Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
  • India
  • May 4 2012

On 20 January 2012 the Indian Supreme Court found that India had no basis to tax the sale by a non- Indian subsidiary of indirect interests in an Indian telecoms company, Hutchison Essar

Indian Supreme Court holds for Vodafone
  • King & Spalding LLP
  • India
  • February 20 2012

On January 20, the Indian Supreme Court handed down a major victory for foreign investors in the landmark case of Vodafone International Holdings B.V

Supreme Court of India's Vodafone judgment: implications for international investors
  • White & Case LLP
  • India
  • February 9 2012

On January 20, 2012, the Supreme Court of India (the “Supreme Court”) delivered a landmark judgment in Vodafone International B.V. v. Union of India & Anr

International regulatory update 7 - 11 January 2013
  • Clifford Chance LLP
  • European Union, France, Global, India, Poland, Singapore, United Kingdom, USA
  • January 14 2013

EMIR: Extension of scrutiny period for Commission Delegated Regulations Basel III: Basel Committee releases revised version of Liquidity Coverage

India's Supreme Court rules for Vodafone - a welcome signal for global investors
  • Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
  • India
  • January 31 2012

The Indian Supreme Court’s decision in the Vodafone case brings to an end the long saga that has kept global investors on edge about the taxation of foreign acquisitions in India

Indian international arbitration
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom, India
  • July 16 2012

This e-bulletin discusses the arbitration-friendly decisions of the Calcutta and Delhi High Courts in Coal India Ltd v Canadian Commercial Corporation and Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd v Amaprop Ltd

Protecting your investments in foreign courtsan australian mining company secures bilateral investment treaty remedy for local court delays
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Australia, India
  • March 5 2012

Australian mining company White Industries Australia Limited (White) has successfully brought a claim under the Australia-India bilateral investment treaty (BIT) seeking a remedy following a nine year delay by India’s courts

Vodafone not liable for taxes on Essar purchase, says India Supreme Court
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
  • India
  • January 27 2012

A long-running battle between British wireless giant Vodafone and India’s tax authority ended in victory for Vodafone, as India’s Supreme Court decreed that Vodafone does not owe US$4.4 billion in taxes and penalties accruing from its $10.9 billion acquisition of Hutchison Essar in 2007

Vodafone ordered to deposit $554 million in Indian tax case
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
  • India
  • November 19 2010

Pending a final decision on Vodafone’s appeal against a government directive that holds Vodafone liable for US$2.5 billion in taxes and interest accruing from the company’s 2007 acquisition of Hutchison Essar, the Supreme Court of India ordered Vodafone on Monday to submit a deposit of $554.1 million within three weeks as well as bank guarantees within eight weeks that would cover the outstanding portion of the government’s tax claim