Damn practicality, said Justice Rohinton Nariman of the Supreme Court, and give students an education that stimulates them.
NCLAT order in Binani Cement’s case may end up being a Diwali gift for Essar Steel’s operational creditors, experts say.
Haryana government can now block input tax credit. Experts are divided on the legal basis and implications of the move.
NFRA should be empowered to impose penalties on network firms, committee set up on Supreme Court’s directions suggests.
How can the IL&FS board minimise risk of litigation for itself and its entities once a legal moratorium on it subsides?
Whether insolvency proceedings can be initiated against power companies is no longer a hypothetical question.
ArcelorMittal’s plan for Essar Steel gets nod from lenders.
The latest offer by the Ruias is mala fide and an attempt to scuttle Essar Steel’s insolvency process, lawyers say
Absence of a mechanism for taxpayers to reconcile invoices may lead to loss of significant amount of tax credit.
IL&FS, 348 group entities get full immunity! Creditors may not take this lying down.
CCI Chairman shares his views on exemption thresholds, settlement provisions, outcome in Hyundai and Cadila cases.
Dead remedies cannot be given fresh life under insolvency law, says the Supreme Court
Supreme Court’s order in the Essar Steel case -The 3 key precedents that will impact pending and future insolvency cases.
Supreme Court’s verdict in Essar case: Who won, who lost?
The merger scheme proposed by Ajanta Pharma failed the GAAR test, says NCLT.
Is the Supreme Court’s ruling clear on how laws will be tested against right to privacy?
Hyundai’s case: Did the CCI fail to analyse the evidence or is it a case of a poorly written order?
SEBI’s new KYC and eligibility conditions: Are FPIs, NRIs and Indian investment managers a happier lot?
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?