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Resolution plans under the IBC – who can propose, who is affected? Here is what we know so far

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“IBC”) provides a time-bound process that can hopefully result in resolution for a corporate debtor. By avoiding liquidation, the inherent business value in the debtor...

3 instances of sexism in the Constituent Assembly

Let’s recognise that our Constituent Assembly was not devoid of sexism. Women were not particularly well represented in the Assembly – only 15 of the 299 members were women – and even the few women members who...

In a Prevention of Corruption Act trial, the bribe-giver’s evidence and financial records are most important

The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 is the newest iteration of India’s anti-corruption laws. It criminalises the taking and the giving of bribes, the latter as abetment of the main offence of corruption...

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5 tips for reading judgments IN FULL

Judgments make the law. There is perhaps nothing more important for a lawyer than to have the ability to closely and critically read judgments – often, many of them in a very short time. And ironically, this is not something that is prioritised in...

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