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Vulnerable Transactions Under Bankruptcy Code: Promoters And Lenders Both Beware
In IDBI Bank Ltd. v. Jaypee Infratech Ltd1, the Allahabad Bench of the National Company Law Tribunal ("NCLT") has held that certain mortgages created by Jaypee Infratech Ltd. ("JIL")
India
19 Feb 2019
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White Collar And Investigations: India And Globally
The year 2018 was both exciting and challenging for the white-collar industry. The government, enforcement agencies, regulators have introduced new laws and tightened the scrutiny and penalties
India
13 Feb 2019
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Exclusive Series Hosted By NDA – Bilateral Investment Treaties And International Commercial Arbitration (Video)
Exclusive Series Hosted By NDA – Bilateral Investment Treaties And International Commercial Arbitration
India
1 Feb 2019
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Webinar: Parliament Tightens the Noose on Corruption: Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act, 2018 (August 27, 2018) Promo (Video)
Webinar: Parliament Tightens the Noose on Corruption: Prevention of Corruption (Amendment) Act, 2018 (August 27, 2018) Promo
India
9 Sep 2018
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Parliament Tightens The Noose On Corruption!
No pardon for bribe-givers - if found guilty, liable for imprisonment and fine.
India
9 Aug 2018
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Tech-ing On Corruption
Scams relating to public procurement and government approvals have generally entailed key individuals exercising discretion in favour of a (generally) undeserving party against a more deserving party.
India
9 Jul 2018
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A Director's Liability In Cases Of Fraud
Given that investor directors are usually non-executive in nature, they should normally not be liable for actions which are largely promoter-driven
India
5 Apr 2018
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Boost To E-Payments - Customers Given Protection For Fraudulent Transactions
Customer not liable for amounts lost in fraudulent / unauthorized transactions where default not attributed to the customer, if reported to the bank within 3 working days.
India
26 Jul 2017
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SEC'S $13 Million Bite Into Cadbury
In this hotline, we provide the case background, describe the salient features of the SEC order and discuss implications of this case.
India
21 Mar 2017
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Is Fraud Open To Arbitration?
Arbitrability of fraud has been one of the contentious issues in arbitration.
India
10 Nov 2016
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Allegations Of Fraud Are Arbitrable – Even In Domestic Arbitrations In India
The Supreme Court distinguished, yet did not cast away, the oft-cited ruling in the case of N. Radhakrishnan v. Maestro Engineers in matters involving arbitrability of fraud.
India
1 Nov 2016
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A Comparative View Of Anti-Corruption Laws Of India
Our Anti-Corruption Practice Group is pleased to present the above publication which can be accessed by clicking on the thumbnail.
India
22 Jun 2016
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India's Anti-Corruption Laws (June 03, 2016) (Video Content)
India's Anti-Corruption Laws (June 03, 2016) (Video Content).
India
14 Jun 2016
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Plea Of Res Judicata Based On Civil Court Action Rejected In Oppression And Mis-Management Cases
The principles of Res Judicata are not applicable in cases where the reliefs sought are different in nature based on statutory rights and could not have been granted by an earlier court.
India
7 Jul 2015
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India Cracks Down On Black Money
The UFIA Bill is to take effect from 1 April 2016, i.e. from the financial year 1 April 2015- 31 March 2016.
India
2 Apr 2015
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SEBI Tightens Rope: New Insider Trading Norms Introduced
The Securities and Exchange Board of India finally notified the SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading Regulations) 2015 on January 15, 2015 replacing the two-decade old insider trading norms in India.
India
2 Feb 2015
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In A First, SEBI Imposes Criminal Sanction Exercising New-Found Statutory Powers
The Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI"), in a recent order committed an individual defaulter, Mr. Vinod Hingorani, to civil imprisonment for a period of six months or until the dues are paid, for defaulting on payment of monetary penalty imposed on him by SEBI in the past.
India
9 Jan 2015
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A Skewed View Of Corporate Fraud
Even the most well-intentioned of legislations can be quite ineffective in providing succour to honest investors and safeguarding interests of the company.
India
11 Aug 2014
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No Automatic Arrests, Due Process To Be Followed: SC
Over the years, India Inc. has witnessed a rampant increase in white collar crimes. Police in India has almost set a trend of effecting immediate arrest.
India
29 Jul 2014
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