Corporate law


Arbitrability of IP Disputes

Arbitration is one of the popular and structured forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms in India. It is a way to avoid court proceedings and arrive at settlements, without any judicial proceedings. The disputes under arbitration are decided by an arbitrator who renders the ‘arbitral award’, which is legally binding on both parties. Arbitration has […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions are the legal commercial transactions under Companies Act that are largely governed under Section 230-240, Chapter 15 of the Act in which the ownership of companies/firms/businesses, or their operating units are transferred or consolidated with other companies/entities. Mergers and acquisitions can be a strategic move, it can help businesses to grow or shrink,

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Criminal Liability

Fixing Criminal Liability of Giant Corporate Firms

Some corporate entities, companies, conglomerates, and corporations have become so enormous, giant, or systemically important to the State that the government cannot credibly impose ‘effective’ criminal consequences when they infringe laws or break the legal rules of Corporate Governance. Corporate Giants Becoming Too Big To Jail: These corporate giants have become Too-Big-to-Jail (TBTJ) with the

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