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Past articles by Shreeja:

NCLT needs 69 benches to handle current case load: report

The report also said to dispose of the pending cases in the next five years NCLT would need 80 benches → Read More

Bankruptcy Board notifies norms for information utilities, voluntary liquidation process

With this notification, all rules with respect to the corporate insolvency resolution processes have been notified → Read More

Govt clarifies norms on CCI approval for M&A deals

Corporate affairs ministry clarifies norms related to exemptions for certain firms from prior approval from CCI for M&A deals → Read More

CCI seeks comments on merger of Agrium and Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan

The CCI said the merger of Agrium and Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan is likely to have an appreciable adverse effect on competition → Read More

Bankruptcy regime: Regulations on Information utilities expected on Thursday

Information utilities, under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, were envisaged to collate all information about debtors, accessible for a fee → Read More

Delhi HC: Monsanto termination of Nuziveedu Seeds sub-licence pact illegal

Delhi high court reinstated the sub-licence agreement between Monsanto and Nuziveedu Seeds → Read More

World Environment Conference: Govt argues for sustainable development

Govt argues for a plan for sustainable development balancing the need to protect the environment and continued growth at 3rd World Conference on Environment in New Delhi → Read More

Law Commission recommends overhaul of regulatory regime for lawyers

The report comes even as lawyers resorted to protests before the Bar Council of India office on Thursday against the Law Commission suggestions → Read More

Law Commission proposes tougher norms against hate speech

Law Commission report suggests adding new provisions to make speech inciting hatred and speech that causes fear, alarm or provocation of violence, a criminal offence under IPC → Read More

Section 66A of IT Act, 2000: What has changed two years on?

The manner in which courts have handled issues of free speech and access to information, in accordance to Section 66A of IT Act, 2000, does not augur well → Read More

Cairn India Vedanta merger gets NCLT nod

The merger gives Vedanta access to Cairn’s oil and gas assets, including the prolific onshore fields in Barmer, Rajasthan → Read More

New OBC commission to get constitutional status

The National Commission for Socially and Educationally Backward Classes will replace the existing National Commission for Backward Classes → Read More

CCI seeks comments on Dow Chemical and Du Pont merger

CCI said that the proposed merger of Dow Chemical and Du Pont is ‘likely to have an appreciable adverse effect on competition’ → Read More

CCI seeks comments on amendments to lesser penalty rules

The amendments to the lesser penalty rules include provisions to enable identifying individuals of the firm involved in the cartel on whose behalf the reduced penalty is being sought → Read More

Government moves to reform tribunals

A total of eight tribunals including Competition Appellate Tribunal, Cyber Appellate Tribunal and the Copyright Board will be merged into other existing tribunals → Read More

Law panel opposes tax relief on interest on money deposited for maintenance of minor child

Law Commission in its report said allowing such an exemption would ‘open floodgates for tax evasion’ → Read More

Bill seeking to decriminalize defamation introduced in Lok Sabha

If the Bill is passed it would remove the threat of imprisonment for defamatory speech → Read More

31 workers convicted for violence at Maruti’s Gurgaon factory in 2012

117 of the 148 Maruti workers accused have been acquitted of all charges, according to lawyer Rebecca John, who represented the workers in the case → Read More

Does Tata-Docomo deal require RBI nod, asks Delhi HC

RBI has opposed the consent terms between Tata Sons and NTT Docomo, and the Delhi high court wants the central bank to clarify its stand → Read More

Delhi HC allows export of patented drugs for specific purposes

The Delhi HC ruling came on two pleas filed by Bayer Corp. Ltd, which had moved against two companies for a cancer drug and a blood thinner, respectively → Read More