Globally, alternative dispute resolution is slowly, but steadily becoming the preferred mode for settling disputes.
Agricultural land in the rural areas and real estate in cities have always been a stable rock for economies and investors since time immemorial across the world.
The first article on “Resolving disputes the ‘Ordinance’ way” in Corporate Amicus, December 2015 issue discusses Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Ordinance, 2015.
November 2015 issue of Corporate Amicus carries an article on proposed Environment Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2015, and explains the objective and challenges behind the move by Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC).
First article in this issue of Corporate Amicus discusses legitimacy of levy of seigniorage fee on consumers and the ambiguity in the calculation of the same.
September issue of Corporate Amicus carries an article discussing the hotly debated issue - whether plastics should be banned or not. The author mentions the pendency of a petition before the National Green Tribunal (NGT) seeking a ban on the use of plastic bottles whereas according to he
August 2015 issue of Corporate Amicus carries an article titled ‘ Letter and Spirit of the law’ in which the author discusses how certain sections of the Companies Act, 2013 are delightfully vague and at times even with contra-indications, with unintended consequences as companie
July 2015 issue of Corporate Amicus carries an article containing discussions on the fundamentals of engaging contract labour and the pitfalls that can be avoided to have a congenial environment in the company. Notifications & Circular portion in this Amicus covers Negotiable
This May, 2015 issue of Corporate Amicus features an article discussing certain legal issues which potential Joint Venture (JV) partners must tackle at the stage of finalizing the transaction structure. Notification section includes amendments in Companies Incorporation Rules which have c
In this issue of Corporate Amicus the author in the first article questions the penal powers of SEBI. SEBI is imposing heavy penalties on companies which hampers investors’ interest and securities market. In this issue readers can also go through the article providing economic perspect