Why one-person firms are popular

26 Oct 2014

Though these are early days, the government will have to raise awareness of the benefits of such companies

Coal mining ordinance: Turning crisis into an opportunity

26 Oct 2014

Within two days of the Union Cabinet deciding to bring in an ordinance to handle the situation arising out of the Supreme Court order ...

Indirect transfer - not just an Indian phenomenon

26 Oct 2014

To some extent, the AP High Court has settled the debate in favour of the taxpayer in the case of Sanofi

Directors in the dock when cheque bounces

26 Oct 2014

A weekly selection of key court orders

Grey laws woe for child labour

19 Oct 2014

Seventy per cent of child labour violations take place in the agriculture sector

Family firms focus on business sustainability

19 Oct 2014

Succession planning, sibling rivalry and dispute among family members can lead to difficult situations

Any misrepresentation in prospectus is treated as fraud

19 Oct 2014

Even as the action moves to the Securities Appellate Tribunal in the case involving the capital market regulator putting a ban on DLF Ltd ...

More SC rules on bouncing cheques

19 Oct 2014

While disposing of a batch of cheque bounce appeals with a 14-year history, the Supreme Court last week set forth six more guidelines to ...

When a huge discount is not anti-competitive

12 Oct 2014

Allegations of predatory pricing may not hold ground in the high-pitch turf battle for consumers' pocket between e-tail and retail

We want 250 obsolete laws to be repealed: A P Shah

12 Oct 2014

A P Shah, chairman of the Law Commission of India, is set to hand over a report to the government, recommending statute laws that are ...

Denying Cenvat credit for export untenable

12 Oct 2014

Zero-rating in case of exports means that the duty on input and output will have to be refunded, or not charged

PSUs in fratricidal legal battles

12 Oct 2014

Despite repeated calls by the Supreme Court to public authorities to sort out their differences among themselves and not to resort to ...

The trouble with tribunals

05 Oct 2014

The history of judiciary-executive fight might impact the setting up of the National Company Law Tribunal and the National Company Law ...

With great power comes great responsibility

05 Oct 2014

Courts have, by and large, been supportive of power whenever Sebi has used it in extraordinary circumstances

Reward for persistent litigation

05 Oct 2014

A weekly selection of key court orders

Not a level playing field

28 Sep 2014

The Competition Commission of India's investigation wing is faced with a manpower crunch

Are independent directors nominees of dominant shareholders?

28 Sep 2014

Achieving quality corporate governance is possible through innovative solutions

How a case proceeds in Competition Commission

28 Sep 2014

On filing a caseAny person can file an application or information before the Secretary of Commission. CCI has to judge if there is a prima ...

SC rebuke for government arbitrators

28 Sep 2014

When arbitrators delay the proceedings intentionally and behave in a "cavalier manner", the court can override the terms of the contract ...

Protecting the whistle-blower

21 Sep 2014

Absence of a comprehensive protection programme acts as deterrent to prospective whistle-blowers

Quick Links


Back to Top