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By Chandramauli Dwivedi
Mere solicitation of government activity was not violative of anti-trust laws, irrespective of the incidental effects of such activity being anti-competitive.
By Manshoor Nazki, Abhyuday Bhotika
Stock prices have, in recent times, seen enough volatility to keep hopeful issuers away from raising money from the capital markets.
By Venancio D’Costa, Astha Ojha
As a natural corollary of the above discussion, it appears that it would be proper to require that the liability be imputable on the actual debtor Company.
By Wasim Beg, Karan Dev Chopra
The term "interlocutory order" is a term that has no lack of well-known legal significance and appears to present no complex difficulty.
By Prerna Parashar
About 30 million tonnes of steel is lying under bankruptcy proceedings in India, and is waiting to be taken over by new management under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC).
By Aditya Singh Rajput
In the recent years, India has seen a flurry of new legislations. Some of the notable laws are the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (GST) and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC).
By Varun Sharma, Abhishek Goyal
What is the fate of private document kept in public file? This question has often stimulated and challenged judicial minds.
By Wasim Beg, Abhishek Goyal
Quite recently, Hon'ble National Company Law Appellate Tribunal ("NCLAT/ Appellate Authority") while deciding the issue, "whether the order of moratorium will cover a criminal proceeding under Section 138 of NI Act...?"...
By Sanjeev Kumar, Anshul Sehgal
The Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018 was introduced by the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Affairs, which has been passed by the Lok Sabha on 19.07.2018 and subsequently by the Rajya Sabha on 25.07.2018.
By Bharat Chugh, Sujoy Sur
Whether anticipatory bail should be granted only for a limited period of time, or once granted, should it continue till the end of trial?
By Vishwanath Pratap Singh, Srabanee Ghosh
With self-driving delivery robots hitting the roads of USA earlier this year, nothing seems too futuristic in terms of integration of technology into our everyday lives.
By Bharat Chugh, Vibhor Jain
A preliminary hearing in a criminal trial is one of great importance, and the right to seek a discharge (threshold dismissal) is an extremely valuable right that the Criminal Justice System guarantees to the Accused.
By Bharat Chugh, Kushank Sindhu
In the last few months we have seen a major crackdown on Benami properties and their owners by the Government.
By Abdullah Hussain, Modhulika Bose
The year 2017 was quite an eventful one in the competition law sphere. Under the banner of ‘ease of doing business' the Government pruned the regulatory oversight of mergers and acquisitions...
By Nidhi Singh Prakash
The Preamble of the Competition Act, 2002 (Act) states that it is aimed at preventing practices having an ‘adverse effect on competition'. Competition does not exist in a vacuum but in a marketplace.