Foreign lawyers can “fly in and fly out” to advise their clients in India.
Bhushan Power & Steel’s resolution to be on hold till Liberty House’s plea is considered, says NCLT.
NCLAT’s views on guarantees leave lenders a little more helpless and promoters a little more hopeful.
RBI and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India formalise their arrangement for mutual cooperation.
The requirement of Aadhaar for opening new bank accounts or applying for Tatkal passports to continue.
CBI and ED now have a 6-month deadline to finish their investigations on the 2G spectrum case.
S. African judge orders State to pay the costs of lawyers hired by Atul Gupta and companies linked to his family.
Bhushan Power’s resolution professional describes erratic process Liberty House followed in submitting its bid.
Delhi High Court ruled excluding genetic disorders from health covers violates right to equality.
The Supreme Court comes out with guidelines to execute living wills and passive euthanasia.
Gadkari warns of stern action against cartelisation in cement and steel industries.
What happens when resolution professionals and their consultancies are at loggerheads?
SpiceJet, Jet Airways and IndiGo may challenge the CCI’s penalty for cartelisation.
Higher direct tax collection puts the government on track to partly make up for an expected shortfall in GST.
CBI makes it clear that Modi and Choksi are obliged to show up for the probe.
Can’t join probe till passport remains suspended, Mehul Choksi writes to ED.
IBBI is implementing the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code that provides for time-bound resolution process.
Is FEMA in conflict with the IBC?
ArcelorMittal on its plans for Essar Steel.
Shenzhen and Silicon Valley DACOITs are savaging India’s digital landscape in the 21st century, writes Raghav Bahl.
RBI’s latest one-stop shop for restructuring kills four debt recast schemes.
The judge described the case as a “jigsaw puzzle” with various pieces of evidence to be combined to paint a picture.
India’s largest generator of plastic waste finally bans it.
Bhattacharya said a newly appointed leader needs a “handover time” where he works alongside the incumbent.
PFC projects Rs 17,000 crore of its private power loans are at risk of being classified as NPA.