Can a lying bidder invalidate an implemented resolution plan?
Shivinder accuses elder brother Malvinder of forging his wife’s signature.
While the matter was listed for hearing on Tuesday, it appeared that the parties involved had arrived at a consensus out of court.
Government constituted committee asks for constitution of an e-adjudication body for minor offences under Companies Act.
Rollercoaster ride for promoters of India Inc. First an ordinance, then the NCLT order and now the Supreme Court’s comment.
PMS may be ground for acquittal, says Rajasthan High Court
RBI finally notifies cross border merger regulations, but is that enough?
The Supreme Court imposes restrictions on the services foreign lawyers can provide in India.
Foreign lawyers can “fly in and fly out” to advise their clients in India.
RBI and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India formalise their arrangement for mutual cooperation.
NCLAT’s views on guarantees leave lenders a little more helpless and promoters a little more hopeful.
Is FEMA in conflict with the IBC?
RBI’s latest one-stop shop for restructuring kills four debt recast schemes.
The SAT decision will give PW entities at least one more year of relief.
Are e-commerce giants aiding and abetting the sale of counterfeits?
Insolvency regulations amended yet again. Say hello to fair value, evaluation matrix and new timelines.
Tatas’ counsel today defended the contested provisions of Tata Sons’ Articles of Association.
Stressed companies get twin relief.
Mistry firms wrapped up their rejoinders today in the oppression and mismanagement case against Tata Sons.
Tata Sons’ dealings with other Tata companies could be oppressive to the Mistry firms.
Mistry firms request for amendment of articles of Tata Sons to protect their interest.