LawSikho’s Company Laws Course: Applications Open

Why do lawyers need to know company law? As a litigation lawyer and then as an in-house lawyer, it did not make sense to me, at least in the beginning.

Then I realised all roads lead to company laws if you are dealing with any company or other entities covered under the companies laws! It is the very basis of all activities, actions, decisions, dispute resolution, etc.

For instance, what is the extent of interference or involvement of NCLT in IBC proceedings? Do they intervene at every stage of the IBC proceedings, while the resolutions are in the works, or only when they are finalised?

The Supreme Court posed this question to the NCLT and stated NCLT shall stall proceedings before finalisation of a resolution plan must stop and the tribunal should not be allowed to intervene till the committee of creditors took a final view.

Corporate law experts are in high demand with all kinds of businesses, law firms, MNCs, etc. With the changing laws and regulations, they need experts to comply with them and find creative strategies in order to accommodate the business requirements.

In the famous acquisition deal of Flipkart by Walmart, there were teams of lawyers from both sides, trying to figure out the optimal way for approval of the merger. There were strategies planned in order to structure the transaction such that, the deal was approved by CCI.

We at LawSikho researched long and hard to understand the most common applications of company law and what one needs to do in day to day work as far as company law is concerned, and created a comprehensive course on Executive Certificate Course on Companies Act.

This course is intensive and not just theoretical, it has hands on practical lessons, where your drafting skills are honed. You learn what lawyers and professionals do practically ona regular basis.

You need to spend 8-10 hours per week on this course. This course will provide you feedback, coaching from trainer to help you improve the work you produce.

After completing the course, you will be able to do compliance work, provide strategic inputs and be at ease with company law aspects of various transactions as well as litigation.  Specialised learning such as corporate governance pertaining to multinational entities and their subsidiaries, or drafting of a shareholders agreement is provided which is not taught at law schools or any other courses.

Checklists, sample documents are provided as part of the curriculum so that the students can strategise and improvise accordingly.

What will you learn?

You learn how to decide when and how to incorporate a company, and which kind?

Learn about the regulation of appointments, liabilities, functions, resignation and removal of officers and key managerial personnel of a company and undertakings for a share buyback.

You can learn how to structure the M&A transactions, directors’ liability under Companies Act, how minority shareholders can operationally claim their rights against  oppression and mismanagement, etc.

Module 1: How to Start A Company  

Module 2: Company Officers and Key Managerial Personnel

Module 3: How to Run a Company: Management and Administration

Module 4: Capital Markets and Share related dealings

Module 5: Mergers and Acquisitions

Module 6: Inter-corporate transactions and RPTs

Module 7: Corporate Accounts and Auditors

Module 8: Corporate Social Responsibility

Module 9: How to obtain information about a company

Module 10: Administrative and appellate authorities

Module 11: Minority rights, oppression & mismanagement

Module 12: Insolvency, Bankruptcy and Winding up of a company

If you want to check out the whole syllabus, please click here.

Course Details

Last Date of Enrollment: 30th November, 2018

Batch Commencement Date: 1st December, 2018

Duration: 3 months

Course: INR 10,000/- (including GST)

To enroll for this course, click here.


For any of queries, please email us at [email protected] or schedule a career counselling session by calling 011-39595032.

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