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Corporate Social Responsibility: A Mere Shadow ‘Tax' Lacking Spirit; Needs Resurrection
The concept of CSR spend by corporations was first time introduced under the newly enacted Companies Act, 2013 and made effective from April 2014.
India
19 Sep 2019
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Differential Voting Rights: Does The Corporate Governance Mechanism Match Up?
An IPO has been a great leveller for the shareholders until recently as the Securities and Exchange Board of India required that all shareholders in an IPO bound company should be treated at par (post IPO) ...
India
4 Sep 2019
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Proposal For Minimum Public Shareholding To 35% In Listed Companies – Is India Ready?
The scenario of doing business in India has been undergoing change at fast-pace.
India
28 Aug 2019
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Amendment In IBC qua MSME's: Ease, Endorse And Ensure Expansion
Amendment in IBC qua MSME's: Ease, Endorse and ensure Expansion
India
20 Aug 2019
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SEBI Eases Norms To Aid Restructuring Of Stressed Companies And Private Equity Exits
On 21 June, the Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI") inter-alia, approved proposals to:
India
4 Jul 2017
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A Legal Eagle Like Few Others
Rajiv Luthra (Founder & Managing Partner, Luthra & Luthra Law offices) chats with us about his remarkable career.
India
1 Jun 2017
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Foreign Holding Company's Liquidator To Reconstitute Indian Operating Company's Board: Can It Be Done?
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...
India
16 May 2017
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Indian Antitrust Scenario: Year In Review - 2016
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...
India
20 Jan 2017
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Legal Sustainability Of Share Transfer Restrictions In Indian Private Companies Which Are Subsidiaries Of Indian Public Companies
More often than not in equity investment transactions, restricting the transferability of shares in the relevant company is a fundamental aspiration of the parties.
India
22 Jan 2013
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