A Share Purchase agreement is an agreement entered into between parties for sale of shares of a company. The same contains clauses governing the purchase and sale of shares by the purchaser from the seller. The same contains several conditions precedents, i.e. pre-requisites which have to be fulfilled before the shares are transferred. Accordingly, it …
THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT’S RULING ON THE PREPONDERANCE OF THE COMMERCIAL WISDOM OF THE COMMITTEE OF CREDITORS IN WITHDRAWAL OF INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS.
A. Setting the context The preamble of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (the “Code”) makes the objective of the Code clear and unambiguous, by seeking to achieve reorganisation and insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals for, maximization of value of assets, promoting entrepreneurship; greater availability of credit and; balancing the interests …
A. Background In making sustainable investment decisions, a rational imperative is to comprehend the integration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors into investment mechanisms and decision-making. The elements of ESG, which include, inter alia, the response of corporations to factors like climate change, corporate social responsibility initiatives, employee rights (including LGBTQIA+ rights), health and …
THE TROUBLING ASPECT OF UNBRIDLED ACCESS AND UNINHIBITED ‘MARITAL PRIVILEGE’ OF THE HUSBAND, THROUGH FORFEITURE OF THE WIFE’S BODILY AUTONOMY, SANS CONSENT
Raveesha Gupta, Senior Associate, AQUILAW Ronodeep Dutta, Lead Consultant, AQUILAW
WHETHER ‘SETTING ASIDE’ OF AN ARBITRAL AWARD UNDER S 34 OF THE 1996 ARBITRATION ACT, INCLUDES ‘MODIFYING’ SUCH AWARD?
Swarajit Dey, Principal Associate, AQUILAW Ronodeep Dutta, Lead Consultant, Indirect Tax, AQUILAW Deeksha Agrawal, Associate, AQUILAW
ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS ON NON-SIGNATORIES IN LIGHT OF THE GEMINI BAY CASE: THE COUNTER AND COUNTERPOISE
The locus No one sums it up better than Prof. William W. Park in his well-known treatise, Non-Signatories and International Contracts: An Arbitrator’s Dilemma1 , “the term ‘non-signatory’ remains useful for what might be called ‘less-than-obvious’ parties to an arbitration clause: individuals and entities that never put pen to paper, but still should be part …
Sucharita Basu, Managing Partner, AQUILAW Ronodeep Dutta, Lead Consultant Indirect Tax, AQUILAW
Rajarshi Dasgupta, Head of Indirect Taxes, AQUILAW Vedika Agarwal, Consultant Indirect Tax, AQUILAW
Ronodeep Dutta, Lead Consultant, Indirect Tax, AQUILAW Fatima Anwar, Associate, AQUILAW
Vikas Mehta, Partner, AQUILAW Kritika Sethi, Senior Associate, AQUILAW