The Commercial and Financial Law Reporter (CFLR) is a platform dedicated to promoting research in the field of Commercial and Financial Laws. The CFLR emboldens an idea of innovation and synergy in Commercial and Financial Laws and provides a holistic and jurisprudential understanding of the subjects. It envisions to bridge the gap between academic discourse and social implementation.
The articles selected for publication by the editorial team are closely checked by the Board of Advisors of CFLR, comprising Mr. Sumit Agarwal (Managing Partner at Regstreet Law Advisors Mumbai), Mr. V. Sivasubramanian (Partner at HSB Partners & Insolvency Professional), Mr. Ajar Rab (Partner Rab & Rab Associates), Dr. Akshaya Kamalnath (Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology), Mr. Tariq Ahmed Khan (Principal Associate at Advani & Co.).
Call for Blogs
As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, the distressed companies are resorting to corporate restructuring mechanisms to tide over the impact of the pandemic.
Hence, the Blog Series aims to facilitate a comprehensive discussion related to the legal framework and critical issues pertaining to mergers, acquisitions and takeover. It also seeks to highlight how the restructuring mechanisms will aid in reviving the business at both, domestic and international level.
Theme: Merger, Acquisition and Takeover: A Reviving Mechanism
Please note: The submissions are, however, not restricted to the aforementioned theme, provided they fall within the ambit of the main theme i.e. Commercial and Financial Laws.
Submissions must be original and free from any plagiarism. Any plagiarism shall not be allowed in any circumstances.
Submissions can be made in the form of articles, opinion, case comments on the aforementioned laws.
The title of any submission must be attractive and should not be more than 10 words.
The articles must be within the word limits of 700- 1500 words. The authors must keep their articles precise and concise to ensure reader friendliness. Authors are advised to make a compact summary in the initial paragraph.
Expert opinions are invited on the aforementioned laws and must be within the limits of 400- 800 words [flexible].
Should the article use any material as a reference, an appropriate link should be provided therefore in the main text itself. Endnotes, which should follow the citation format of 20th Bluebook Harvard Citation, could be used only if such form of referencing is not possible.
The editorial team reserves the right to conduct a strict editorial review of submissions received and holds absolute discretion in determining whether to accept a submission or not. We will send an email receipt upon acceptance as soon as possible.
Cross-posting is allowed subject to prior approval of the editorial board of CFLR Insights and should be marked as originally published at CFLR Insights.
How to Submit?
All submissions must be sent to cflrinsights[at]gmail.com with the subject ‘Guest Blog Post’. Submissions will only be accepted in MS Word along with the author’s brief bio including name and current designation.
It is to be noted that submissions will be accepted till 30th October 2020.
All correspondence and queries may be addressed to: cflrinsights[at]gmail.com.
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