India is a huge economic powerhouse, holds the exponential capability to achieve its existence in being economic power in the globalized market. These economic activities also do come with disputes which affect the markets of those Industries from where the hope of economic development is predicted. In an industry, there is a constant tussle between … Continue reading What May Come Up As An Industrial Dispute?
The previous century brought a boon to the medical practice through the discovery of anti-biotic and other forms of drugs. This scope of discovery and research in this field developed a new market of a commodity that in this present market valuation has a turnover of 18.12 billion dollars per year and growing. These pharma … Continue reading What you need to take care of while acquiring a pharmaceuticals company?
Security Appellate Tribunal Case Case: 1: Karvy Stock Broking Limited (KSBL) v/s NSE India How not to file an appeal on the SAT? The case was heard on the maintainability of this appeal against the order/circular of the NSE which suspended the trading account of the appellant. The said appeal is for the quashment of … Continue reading Latest Judgments Of The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT)
In a competitive market economy, the liquidity to run a business efficiently and effectively is the prime management requirement for any new venture. Such business has the option to raise money from banks through debts that require severe and stringent norms with high interest rates and repayment policy. Even capital raised through open market operations … Continue reading Legal Aspects of Foreign Venture Capital Investor (FVCI) And Their Relation with Startups
Introduction In a Compromise, Arrangement & Amalgamation of a company with another company, there are various kinds of consideration that the parties in the transaction arrive upon. In such a similar merger transaction the acquiring company and the acquired company may swap the number of shares either through Equity, Preference or debt in a proportion … Continue reading What Is A Swap Ratio In An M&A Transaction And How Is It Arrived At?
The Companies conduct their business through decision making by its Board of Directors where the Promoters and its top-level executives decide the conduct of the company. The Board gets its power to make a decision as per Section 175 of the Companies Act,2013 and the old Section 289 of the Companies Act, 1956. The controversy … Continue reading The Bank of New York Mellon, London Branch v/s Zenith Infotech Limited; How a Company Board decision and actions are the cause of dishonesty?
In a Globalized economy as well as Domestic economy a startup comes up with a unique idea and some enthusiastic team of entrepreneur loaded with skills that could develop and capture can be a multi-million dollar turnover company. To achieve such a heightened aspiration, the newly developed company has a lack of resources for which … Continue reading How Venture Capitalist Can Be Best Investment for a Startups?: An Indian Policy Analysis.