A Radical relook at CIRP: Ensuring Implementation of the Resolution Plan
This article attempts to address the complications faced by the Corporate Debtor when the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process fails because of the non-implementation of the plan. It argues that a ...
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A Radical relook at CIRP: Ensuring Implementation of the Resolution Plan

Arbitrations under the MSMED Act: Supreme Court clarifies but falls short
In the recent case of in Silpi Industries vs. Kerala State Road Transport Corporation & Anr, the Supreme Court was faced with determining the scope of intersection between arbitrations conducted ...
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Arbitrations under the MSMED Act: Supreme Court clarifies but falls short

Amazon v Future: Judicial Deference to the Controlling Interpretation of 'Control'
This piece analyses the piecemeal interpretations of ‘control’ by the SEBI and the Supreme Court through the American doctrine of judicial deference – by identifying the need therefor, constructing an ...
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Amazon v Future: Judicial Deference to the Controlling Interpretation of ‘Control’

Oppression and Mismanagement under Indian Companies Act, 2013: Debunking the Threshold for Waivers
Oppression & Mismanagement provisions for minority shareholders are commonplace in most common law jurisdiction these days. However, owing to concerns about these provisions leading to an excessive amount of corporate ...
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Oppression and Mismanagement under Indian Companies Act, 2013: Debunking the Threshold for Waivers

The Third Party Security Conundrum Under IBC: Whether ‘Financial’ or Just ‘Secured’? [Part II]
Creation and priority of security interest is a key factor for any lender while agreeing to advance a debt to a borrower. There are judicial precedents in India which seem ...
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The Third Party Security Conundrum Under IBC: Whether ‘Financial’ or Just ‘Secured’? [Part II]