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By Dimpy Mohanty
We are happy to announce that the textbook "International Food Law and Policy" published by Springer, with the India chapter lead authored by Ms. Dimpy Mohanty, Partner, LexCounsel...
By Seema Jhingan, Saniya Kothari, Sudipto Mitra
In the present times, where trading and dealing in virtual currencies ("VCs") such as Bitcoins, is surging at an extraordinary rate with astonishing highs and lows, the question of recognition and regulation of VCs under the Indian laws still looms in a cloud of confusion.
By Alishan Naqvee, Rupal Bhatia
M/s. Unigreen Global Private Limited ("Unigreen") v. Punjab National Bank ("PNB") and others followed in Leo Duct Engineers & Consultants Limited v. Canara Bank and Another
By Alishan Naqvee, Rupal Bhatia, Sneha Siddharth
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 ("Code").
By Seema Jhingan, Rupal Bhatia, Monica Benjamin
The law with respect to specific performance of a contract is well established in India. The grant of relief of specific performance is a discretionary and equitable relief.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Monica Benjamin
Massive expansion and investments, primarily funded through bank loans (despite a weak promoters' equity base), has given rise to companies which have overleveraged their balance sheets.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Sudipto Mitra
One of the key purposes of introducing the Master Directions has been to provide for harmonisation and interoperability of PPIs in a phased manner.
By Seema Jhingan, Saniya Kothari
Earlier this year, SEBI amended the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, to structure the unregulated compensation and profit sharing arrangements/agreements ...
By Dimpy Mohanty, Neha Yadav
Security interests over movable property can be created by way of mortgage, pledge, hypothecation, lien and charge.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Sudipto Mitra
Exclusive territorial rights grant a franchisee an assurance of an almost ‘monopolistic rank' for a particular brand in the territory on an exclusive basis.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Saniya Kothari
In line with the budget speech of the Finance Minister earlier this year, the abolishment of FIPB has been notified by the Government vide its office memorandum dated June 5, 2017.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Monica Benjamin
Employees resigning and ceasing to report to work without due notice and employers facing issues due to lack of proper handover and replacements is a common concern of employer companies.
By Alishan Naqvee, Rupal Bhatia, Sudipto Mitra
The phrase "existence of dispute" assumes significance as it is largely the only legal defence that a corporate debtor can take to avoid insolvency/liquidation proceedings initiated by an operational creditor.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Monica Benjamin
A common and regular concern faced by employers is the practice of resignation without notice by their employees and consequent disassociation without providing adequate time for due and proper handover.
By Seema Jhingan, Neha Yadav, Sudipto Mitra
The Indian defence procurement policy under Defence Procurement Procedure 2016 ("DPP 2016") requires a minimum of 30% (thirty per cent) of the estimated cost of the acquisition in ‘Buy (Global)...
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