Price sensitive information

By Tanvi Praveen, Symbiosis Law School, Noida Editor’s note: Knowledge is said to be power. Nowhere does this hold truer than in the case of price sensitive information in a company. Such information ought to be released in a manner that benefits all investors equally, without prejudice, and not … [Read more...]

Investors’ protection

Anonymous , National Law University Jodhpur Editor's Note: Investors are often known as shareholders or members of the company. They contribute to the equity capital, have the voting rights in every matter and are entitled to get dividend. Protection of investors means safeguard and enforcement of … [Read more...]

Position of Promoter in India: Critical analysis

- Sumit Kumar Suman, CNLU Editor's Note: For the purpose of formation of a company there must be a process and that involves several stages. the first stage in the process is the promotion. At this stage the idea of carrying on a business is conceived by a person called promoters. For the … [Read more...]

Impact of Finance Act, 2014 – CSR

Sanchit Srivastava, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Editor’s note: Corporate social responsibility rests on the theory that since a company utilizes the resources offered by nature and society for its benefit it should act as a trustee towards ensuring the welfare of nature and … [Read more...]

Capital restructuring via buy-back of shares

Sanchit Srivastava, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Editor’s note: Companies evolve their policies continuously in order to adapt to managerial decisions, competition, politics, etc. Restructuring, therefore, becomes inevitable for operational, financial and managerial dimensions. … [Read more...]

Oppression & mismanagement – Corporate law

Sanchit Srivastava, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Editor’s note: Indian corporate sector faces a massive problem of protecting minority shareholders from the dominant ones. Drawing upon lessons from the USA, UK and Canada, this paper focuses on building a bridge between the … [Read more...]

Corporate Debt Restructuring- Strategies under Indian Legal Regime

By Amrit Subhadarsi, KIIT School of Law Editor’s Note: Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR) mechanism is a voluntary non statutory mechanism under which financial institutions and banks come together to restructure the debt of companies facing financial difficulties due to internal or external … [Read more...]