THE INDIAN REVIEW OF CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAWS

[Aditya Shukla and Lakshaya Grover are students at NALSAR University of Law.]

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India, by a notification dated 24 March 2020, raised the minimum amount required under Section 4 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (Co...

April 22, 2020

[Yash Bhatt is a student at Government Law College, Mumbai.]

The defence of objective justification in competition law exempts liability of a dominant enterprise whose conduct has been alleged of abusing the dominant position in the relevant market by demonstrating that...

April 20, 2020

[Anmol Jain is a student at National Law University, Jodhpur.]

In Bridge and Roof v. Union of India (Bridge and Roof), a 6-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court) laid down the test of universality for the determination of ‘basic wages’ under the Emplo...

April 17, 2020

[Varshini Sunder is a student at Hidayatullah National Law University.]

It is essential for M&A agreements to be exhaustive and even account for a situation where the transaction falls apart. With the ever-growing volume of M&A transactions in India, a look into the cla...

April 12, 2020

[Sambhav Sharma is a student at Amity Law School, Delhi.]

The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is one of the most methodical sets of provisions devised to govern commercial contracts and forms an intrinsic part of the rea...

April 4, 2020

[Nayan Singhal is a student at Jindal Global Law School.]

Section 194N in the Income Tax Act 1961 (Act) was introduced in the Union Budget of 2019 by the Finance Minister. The section charges tax deduction at source (TDS) of 2% on cash withdrawal from banks. In order to...

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