Month: January 2010

The authors have conducted deep research into how the transfer pricing regulations in India, OECD and other countries function and how effective it is in preventing the menace of transfer pricing manipulation. The authors have identified weaknesses in the law and made valuable suggestions on how it can be strengthened.

Hon’ble Justice Daga uses his perspective as a serving judge to outline the qualities that a successful lawyer should have. ‘Industry’ and ‘Integrity’ are two qualities that every professional must possess to succeed, he emphasizes. He cites the example of Nani Palkhivala to illustrate the heights to which a professional can rise with the proper approach.

Hon’ble Justice Rebello provides a unique perspective from his position as sitting judge of the Bombay High Court with rich experience in tax matters as to the advantages available to the Country and what measures can be taken to capitalize on them. He lauds the use of technology and points out that this has not only reduced the delay in disposal of tax matters but has also resulted in complete transparency in the functioning of Courts.

Analysis of six important judgements (Oct to Dec ’09) CA Anant N. Pai No practitioner can afford to be unaware of latest judgements & whether experts view the judgement as being right or wrong. Towards that end, the author has …

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