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Corporate Law - Winding Up by the Order of the Tribunal

It is well said in the Bhagvad Gita that "person who has taken birth is sure to die". Is this rule applicable to companies too ? The answer may be in affirmative. Winding up is the stage where the com....

Author: Ravi Jain   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Professionals)

Judicial Activism and Sexual Harassment Laws In India

Gender justice has been a burning issue in the last decade in India, especially in light of the increase and focus by non-Governmental organizations and related women's groups dealing with such issues....

Author: Mr. Gaurav M Liberhan   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Professionals)

The Mineral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance - Key Changes

The mining industry has historically been one of the more heavily regulated industries in India, with a strong legal and regulatory structure governing the same. With a view to leverage this market an....

Author: Argus Partners   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Professionals)

Decoding The Doctrine Of ‘Feeding The Grant By Estoppel’ Through Judicial Pronouncements

The doctrine of feeding the grant by estoppel compels a man to perform when the performance becomes possible. It is recognised under English Law as “where a grantor has purported to grant an interest ....

Author: Ritika Goyal   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Audit Liability - Part 3 - Enron, Worldcom, Andersen and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act - Lessons Two and Three

In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, Joseph Berardino, the former CEO of Andersen, acknowledged that the firm may have focused on form over substance in reviewing certain Enron transactions. Berar....

Author: Mark L. Cheffers   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Professionals)

India Budget 2020 - Highlights

Author: RSM Astute Consulting Group   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Newsletters from Law Firms)

Methods To Levy Indirect Tax On E-Commerce Players

When e-commerce began nearly two decades ago, merchants and customers operated in a nearly tax-free regime, as the low volume of transactions did not attract government attention. With e-commerce beco....

Author: Gautam Khurana and Mamta Saluja   |  Subject: Indirect Taxation - Customs/Excise/Service Tax |  (Articles by Professionals)

Corporate Law - Companies (Amdt.) Bill, 2003: Need for Reconsideration

The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2003 has been recently presented in the Rajya Sabha. This bill proposes to make certain fundamental changes in the Companies Act. While some of the changes are need of ....

Author: Sunil Shanoy   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Professionals)

Corporate Governance - Part 4 - Board of Directors

All over the globe, corporate laws are being amended to provide adequate protection to investors, shareholders, creditors, employees and other concerned persons to ensure that corporate wrongs are qui....

Author: Mr. Kartik Maheshwari   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Professionals)

Law of Trademarks In India

This millennium has been christened the knowledge century. Changes are happening so fast, shaped by technology and communication that there has been an overwhelming transformation of the way business ....

Author: Mr. Gaurav M Liberhan   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Professionals)
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