Category Archives: Vol 2. ( Issue – 4)

Limitations of Party Autonomy in International Regime of Arbitration By Asst. Prof. Pallavi Bajpai

Abstract: Parties to International trade prefer International Commercial Arbitration as a desired alternative to National Courts. One of the reasons for such preference is the “pro-arbitration” belief which means that the parties are granted autonomy to control their own dispute resolution … Continue reading

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Corporate Social Responsibility under Companies Act 2013: an Overview By Ms. Vanya Rakesh

Abstract: August 29, 2013 was a red-letter day in the field of Indian corporate Law when the Companies Act 2013 was enacted with the aim of improving and simplifying corporate governance norms and legislate the role of whistle-blowers. One of … Continue reading

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Turning a Nelsons Eye to Investor Protection? New Companies Act: By Kunal Godhwani and Nidhi Singla

Background: In the forefront of the problems faced by developing countries like India during the change from a regulation-driven economy, to a market-driven; economy is the need to effectively tackle the complex financial management problems of the corporate sector. These problems … Continue reading

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Whistleblowing Policy In India- Needs And Challenges By Ayushi Kalyan & Aseem Diddee

Introduction: The term ‘whistle-blowing’ is a relatively recent entry into the vocabulary of corporate and financial affairs, although the concept itself is not new. Whistleblowing can be termed as raising a concern of a wrongdoing in an organization. A Whistleblower in … Continue reading

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Going Green With Corporate Social Responsibility By Ms. V. Saraswathy and Ms. Ayushi Agrawal

Introduction                                                                                                                               What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? There exists no universal definition of CSR. But every definition that exists now corroborates the impact that businesses have on society at large as well as on the individuals. The idea of … Continue reading

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Corporate Re-organisation and Establishment of NCLT & NCLAT: Perspectives & challenge By Mr. Sudhanshu Prakash & Mr. Sudeep Aravind Panicker

Introduction : The Companies Act of 2013 (The 2013 Act) envisages a paradigm shift in the process of reconstruction/re-organisation. It provisions that all the powers and functions of the high courts, company law board, company court, the BIFR under the sick … Continue reading

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Constitutional Validity of CSR By Ms. Amudha Murthy

 Introduction: Corporate Social Responsibility is also called as Corporate Citizenship or Corporate Responsibility. Generally, CSR is understood to be the way firms integrate social, environmental and economic concerns into their values, culture, decision making, strategy and operations in a transparent and … Continue reading

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Standard Chartered Bank And ors v Directorate Of Enforcement And ors. By Sakshi Yadav

Standard Chartered Bank And ors v Directorate Of Enforcement And ors Citation – AIR 2005 SC 2622 Cases Overruled /Reversed:  The Assistant Commissioner, Assessment-II, Bangalore and Ors. vs. Velliappa Textiles Ltd. and Ors.[1] The below judgment has been delivered by a five … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance in Banking Sector- Indicating Transparency or Translucency By Hemali Chokshi

Abstract: Corporate governance is an age old concept which provides for a set of transparent relationships between an institutions management, its board, shareholders and other stakeholders. Corporate governance is gaining centre stage in the recent times due to failure of corporate … Continue reading

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Does CCI has a role in relation to consumer redressal forum (interface).(article) By Shashank Pant & Anish Ohlan

Abstract:“Competition is the keen cutting edge of business, always shaving away at costs”-Henry Ford. In this globalized world competition is continuously getting tough, if a business is not at top the competition will automatically kick it out.  Competition in a … Continue reading

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