A financial crisis is often followed by a rise in financial crimes. A crisis, such as the one we now face, not only presents an opportunity (and greater motivation) for all sorts of financial shenanigans but also lays bare – the true financial position of a lot of corporations.
In the second part, we take a closer look at the IBC’s most fundamental features (terms starting with alphabets I-P).
Through this column, which is the first in a three-part series, we will try to give a brief overview of the primary features and actors in the IBC game and a sneak peek into the new and latest in IBC and the challenges that lie ahead. Since we all love lists, we walk you through these concepts alphabetically. But before we dive deep, here are a few words in the nature of a general preface to this path-breaking piece of legislation called the IBC.
First published on SCC Online Blog There’s hardly any webinar on the effects of the pandemic that gets concluded without the wise panellists exhorting us – in Churchill’s words not to, “let a perfectly good crisis go to […]
This is the second in a series of posts titled ‘Judgments without tears’ where we try to make complex judgments accessible and fun. A guest post by my dear friend and super talented Vishal Vyas. […]
Not much of a difference. Frankly, there has been much ado about nothing. The general belief is that a document which is given an ‘Exhibit’ number is usually held to be legally admissible. For instance, […]
Shreyash and Sushant write on an area that is fraught with great confusion : the power and procedure of arrest under the GST laws and the permissibility of Bail/Anticipatory Bail. POWER TO ARREST UNDER GST […]
On the process of criminal prosecution for offences under the IBC and the problems created by the NCLAT judgment in Amtek case.. “YOUR WORD IS YOUR HONOUR. IF YOU SAY YOU ARE GOING TO DO […]
A Masterclass on the journey of a civil case as it passes through various stages of litigation process.
Books have meant different things to me – at different points of time in my life. At times, I’ve read to understand and interpret the world. On others, to simply impress and charm. I’ve also […]
A great conversation with Beyond Law CLC team and young lawyers/law students from P&H, and across the country on issues relating to White Collar Crime (WCC) defence. The conversation ranged from : What really is ‘White Collar […]
First published on Bar and Bench A call from the High Court is a big thing, whoever and wherever one is – in life. Especially when you are a 25-year-old Magistrate, and it is your […]
I distinctly remember. This was 2011. This was one of my first mandates, as a freshly minted 21 year old lawyer. I read and prepared for days. The research was reasonably good. I also had […]