The NLS Business Law Review is an initiative by the National Law School of India University to recognise and foster academic research and scholarship in corporate and commercial law.

 

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GOVERNMENT BACKED CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS: A FEASIBLE TOOL FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY?

— Arnav Maru† 1.      Introduction Credit derivatives, and credit default swaps (“CDS”) took a major part of the blame for…

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ANTITRUST IMPLICATIONS OF ALGORITHMIC COLLUSION

— Soumya Hariharan, Sakshi Agarwal and Akrathi Shetty† Overview Enterprises are increasingly relying on algorithms to track, predict, and create…

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Applicability of Limitation Act to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: Enactments, Interpretations, and Drastic Consequences

— Karan Kamath† Two separate judgments in insolvency appeals from the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (“NCLAT”) came to be…

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ROLE AND REGULATION OF CARTEL RING LEADERS

— Dr. Sudhanshu Kumar† Introduction “Competitors are our friends, customers the enemy”[1] ‘Competition’, in business parlance, is an endeavor of…

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Open Sesame: Vodafone v UoI reigniting the interest in enforcement of investment awards in India.

— Sahana Ramesh† A few days ago, it was reported that the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague had ruled that…

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ANALYSING THE CCI ORDER ON WHATSAPP PAY: DOES IT REIGN IN BIG TECH?

— Anchit Nayyar and Krimul Malhotra† The Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) vide its order dated 18th August 2020  dismissed the information filed…

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General Motors Overseas Corporation v ACIT – (ITAT Mumbai)

General Motors Overseas Corporation v ACIT – (ITAT Mumbai) — by Pragya Kaushik

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Real Estate Developers and Homebuyers: Finding a Harmony Under the IBC

Real Estate Developers and Homebuyers: Finding a Harmony Under the IBC — by Rachita Shah and Arundhati Diljit

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Relevance of Common Ownership in Competition Analysis in India

Relevance of Common Ownership in Competition Analysis in India — by Akanshha Agrawal and Anupriya Dhonchak

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Arbitrability of Intellectual Property Disputes in India: A Critique

Arbitrability of Intellectual Property Disputes in India : A Critique — by Badrinath Srinivasan

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Editorial Board of 2020-21

 

Editor in-Chief

Vasu Aggarwal

Deputy Editor in-Chief

Mallika Sen

Editors

Aditi Vishwas Sheth

Anshita Agrawal

Divyansh Mishra

Meghana Senthil Kumar

Rhea Prasad

Administrative Editor

Harsh Srivastava

Technical Editor

Shantanu Mishra