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By Modhulika Bose
It was against this background that the Commission was considering the Informant's case.
By Shinoj Koshy, Sukanya Bhattacharya
On 21 June, the Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI") inter-alia, approved proposals to:
By Bhaavya Roy
Advertising Industry is the second fastest growing industry, both in Asia and in India. Over the time, it has evolved from being a small scale business into a large scale industry.
By Vaibhav Kakkar, Sahil Arora
In the space of a month, the Delhi High Court has delivered two judgements that significantly impact the interplay between enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in India and the foreign exchange regime
By Rajiv Luthra
Rajiv Luthra (Founder & Managing Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law offices) chats with us about his remarkable career.
By Sanjeev Kumar
In a recent trend in corporate litigation in India, it has been observed that shell foreign companies, controlled by Indians, are floated in tax haven jurisdictions to carry out business activities...
By Dipti Lavya Swain, Harshit Anand
The last two years witnessed a remarkably high activity in the overhaul of India's regulatory framework.
By Anirban Bhattacharya, Bharat Chugh
The Indian Government's crackdown on black money continues unabated and a spate of prosecutions have been launched in the recent times under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.
By Anirban Bhattacharya, Bharat Chugh
The recent order by the Hon'ble Supreme Court in Amit Sibal v. Arvind Kejriwal , has again brought to the forefront, the short but extremely important question as to :
By Abdullah Hussain, Kanika Chaudhary Nayar
There is no doubt that these findings, along with the many passing observations of the Court are going to have a significant effect on current and future cases decided by the CCI and the COMPAT.
By Anirban Bhattacharya, Bharat Chugh
Crime is increasingly turning international. Many serious offences now have cross border implications.
By Sanjeev Kumar, Anshul Sehgal
‘Audi Alteram Partem', the age old legal maxim has been defined under the Blacks Law Dictionary to mean as "Hear the other side; hear both sides. No man should be condemned unheard".
By Divye Sharma
COMPAT, through an order earlier this year, remanded the LPG cylinder manufacturers' cartel case back to the CCI, for assessing the imposition of penalty under Section 27(b) of the Competition Act, 2002.
By Abdullah Hussain, Rishika Taneja
Indian competition jurisprudence, while still a young area of law with only seven years since its inception, has made remarkable progress in developing the law qua its statutory bodies...
By Divye Sharma
The Competition Appellate Tribunal remanded the LPG cylinder manufacturers' cartel case back to the Competition Commission of India, for assessing the imposition of penalty under Section 27(b).