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By Venancio D’Costa, Astha Ojha
Amendment in IBC qua MSME's: Ease, Endorse and ensure Expansion
By Venancio D’Costa, Astha Ojha
Joint or undivided family is the normal feature of the Hindu society.
By Arjun Singh
The leniency regime/ program in India has been active since the enforcement of the Competition Act, 2002 (Act) in May 2009.
By Ravi Dubey, Mansi Jhaveri
In a capital starved world, quick access to capital is like a dream come true. It not only enables ease of doing business, but also helps in achieving the growth plans and capex requirements in a timely manner.
By H.S. Bobby Chandhoke, Rajan Raj
This article attempts to examine the impact of, inter alia, ss. 14 and 238 of the IBC on the aforesaid scenarios.
By Chandramauli Dwivedi
SEBI was also investigating the case and an interim investigation revealed violation of fairness norms.
By Faisal Sherwani, Aditya Vikram
Ultimately, it is for the State to ensure that it acts fairly and without malice.
By Sanjeev Kumar, Anshul Sehgal
"Stare Decisis" has been defined under the Black's Law Dictionary as "to abide by, or adhere to, decided cases".
By Abhishek Swaroop, Naman Singh Bagga
It therefore becomes relevant, and important, to understand the concept of a ‘pre-packaged bankruptcy' and its pros and cons.
By Divye Sharma
The term ‘control' does not have a singular definition under different laws.
By Venancio D’Costa, Astha Ojha
The normative foundation of the proposed Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 is the outcome of the judgment passed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) v. Union of India.
By Varun Sharma, Abhishek Goyal
The object of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 ("CrPC/ Code") is to provide machinery for the punishment of offenders against the substantive criminal law.
By Sanjeev Kumar, Abhishek Goyal
Article 21 of the Constitution of India ("Constitution") confers, on every person, the fundamental rights of life and personal liberty.
By Gayatri Raghunandan, Abdullah Hussain
2018 has been a year of change for the Indian competition regime ranging from the innocuous change in address of the Competition Commission of India to the swanky new office block at Kidwai Nagar, ...
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.
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