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Voluntary Separation of Chairperson and MD/CEO Roles: Analysing SEBI’s Recent Move

[Priankita Das is an undergraduate student pursuing B.A. LL.B. (Business Law Hons.) at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow] By way of its board meeting on February 15, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) amended its mandate on the separation of the roles of chairperson and managing director/chief executive officer (“MD/CEO”) of listed companies to be...

Credit Rating Agencies In India: A Critique of SAT’s Ruling Against Care Rating

[Sidharth Pattnaik and Sneha Rath are 4th Year B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) and 3rd Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) students respectively at National Law University Odisha] In this post, we focus on the developments around Care Rating Agency’s (CARE) alleged dereliction of its duty to rate Reliance Communications’ (RCom) creditworthiness over a period of four quarters, and the subsequent initiation of inquiry...

Will the Budget Proposal to Reduce Appeals by the Revenue Department Make Tax Litigation More Efficient?

[Surya Prakash BS is a chartered accountant and law graduate working at DAKSH, a non-profit working on transforming the law and justice systems. He has handled finance and tax functions at corporates in his previous roles. Views are personal] The 2022 Union Budget makes one more attempt to reduce the volume (the number of cases) and velocity (frequency of filing) of income tax litigation. The...

LIBOR Transition: Reassessing the Risks and the Viability of Alternative Reference Rates

[Mukund Arora is a second-year BBA LL.B. (Hons.) student at the Symbiosis Law School, Pune] London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) was a benchmark rate used to price lending transactions among major global banks in the international market. It demonstrated the borrowing costs between banks on unsecured terms. According to the Federal Reserve System, it was utilized to price financial products...

Rectifying the Law: CoC Approval for Withdrawal of CIRP Proceedings

[Pradhyuman Singh is a V year student of law from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar] On 4 January 2022 in Vinayak Deshpande v. Nexo Industries, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (“NCLAT”), Chennai allowed a corporate debtor to settle the matter with the creditor. Accordingly, the National Company Law Tribunal (“NCLT”) was directed to allow the application for withdrawing the...

Non-Fungible Tokens: An Indian Perspective

[Aiyushi Mehrotra is a 4th  Year B.A., LLB. student at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar] Non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) are digital blockchain tokens that identify ownership or particulars of unique items, whether they be digital or real in form. They are traded and programmed in the same way as cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum, but that is where the similarities...

IFSCA-GNLU Certificate Course on Financial Market Laws

[Announcement on behalf of Gujarat National Law University (GNLU)] The commercial dialogue among business entities is incomplete without financial communications. The role of law, specifically the financial market (laws and regulations), is significant to regulate the financial activities of the business entities in the financial market. Since 1991, with the liberalized economic policy (Indian...

Confidentiality Rings under Competition Law: Need for Ironing out Wrinkles

[Amritesh Anand and Krishnanunni U are penultimate year students at Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad] Antitrust investigations, by their very nature, involve extensive access to commercially sensitive information of entities being investigated, some of which is inherently ‘confidential’. Hence, it becomes imperative for competition authorities to institute sufficient checks and balances in...

Making Room for Third-party Arbitration Funding in the Indian Regime

[Oshin Malpani is a penultimate year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) student at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad] Third-party arbitration funding (“TPAF”) simply stated, is the funding extended to a claimant to pursue arbitration proceedings in exchange for a portion of the award (if) granted to them. It is a subset of the general third-party funding (“TPF”) that similarly funds other litigatory and...

Proposed Amendments to the E-Commerce Rules: Going a Step Too Far?

[Rohan Mitra is a 4th Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) student at Jindal Global Law School] The Department of Consumer Affairs on June 21, 2021, proposed amendments to the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020. The proposals have been released to the public and comments and suggestions have been invited, with the deadline being extended until late July. The rules have unsettled many online...

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