The SEBI Board has approved changes to its regulations on Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade Practices.
Who are the beneficial owners of India’s over 1.7 million companies? The government wants to know.
Does the SC order in the power producers case preclude banks from initiating insolvency proceedings?
Has the NCLAT applied different standards in assessing the eligibility of Numetal and ArcelorMittal under Section 29A?
CBDT is incentivising Commissioner of Tax Appeals to pass orders against taxpayers, experts say.
Jaypee Infra case: This end is the beginning of a new battle for homebuyers, experts say and point to three challenges
What the Justice Srikrishna committee got right and what it didn’t.
New return filing process under GST is on its way. Is it any simpler?
How should India tax the digital economy. The tax department wants to know.
Think twice before you breach that contract! Lok Sabha approves changes to the Specific Relief Act.
NCLAT upholds CCI’s 6-year old decision that found 10 cement companies guilty of cartelization. Here’s why.
Cheque bouncing is punishable with up to 2 years in prison under section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act.
Rates reduced, returns simplified, reverse charge deferred – the impact of the key decisions of the GST Council.
Will the recently amended insolvency regulations make the process less prone to litigation?
Tata-Mistry case was supposed to lay down ingredients of an oppression and mismanagement claim. Has it delivered?
Will CCI’s new tool for assessing notifiability of deals make lawyers redundant?
Are slump sales supply of goods or service? What is job work? Are damages from a contract breach subject to GST?
Transition credit troubles that stare at taxpayers in the second year of GST implementation
Why should the burden of errant vendors fall on us, SMEs ask.
India’s over 7 crore SMEs were predicted to be the hardest hit by GST. But it’s not all that bad, businesses say.
E-Way Bills: Tax department is confusing error with evasion, transporters say.