This post has been written by Tanmayi Sharma, who joins The Boardroom Lawyer Team as an Associate Editor. Tanmayi is a fourth-year student at the Jindal Global Law School, the Convenor of their Moot Court Society and the recipient of the Shallu Jindal Outstanding Women … Continue reading An Econo-Legal Analysis of Crowdfunding in the Indian Context
This post has been written by Chandni Ghatak, who joins The Boardroom Lawyer Team as an Associate Editor. Chandni is a final year student at the National Law University, Jodhpur and currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the NLUJ Review. Introductions The Delhi High Court, … Continue reading India’s First Standard Essential Patent Related Judgment – A Step Forward But Miles to Go
This is the first guest post on The Boardroom Lawyer and has been written by Ajar Rab. Mr. Rab is a Partner at Rab & Rab Associates, LLP. He graduated from NLSIU in 2011, completed a masters dual degree in … Continue reading Arbitration Council of India: The ‘Arbitration Regulator’?
This post has been written by Founding Editor Mallika Sen. Last week, the Indian Finance Minister, Piyush Goel announced a new, five-pronged strategy to ‘strengthen’ the banking system, aptly titled, ‘Project Sashakt’, proposed by a high-powered committee led by the … Continue reading To Regulate or not to Regulate? An Analysis of India’s Latest Anti-NPA Weapon: Project Sashakt
This post has been written by Founding Editor Viraj Ananth. Introduction In a recent study conducted at the National University of Singapore Business School, it was found that access to capital is the most significant driving force behind innovation in … Continue reading Ride the Technology Wave or Play Catch up? Initial Coin Offerings in India Through a Securities Law Lens
This post has been written by Saarthak Jain. Recently, the Fugitive Economic Offenders Ordinance received the assent of the President. To the relief of many of his beleaguered debtors, liquor baron, Vijay Mallya, will be the first to be tried … Continue reading Runaway Billionaire No More- Analysing the Fugitive Economic Offenders Ordinance, 2018
This post has been written by Mallika Sen. An Introduction to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 The Insolvency and Bank Code, 2016 (IBC) is India’s primary law on bankruptcy and seeks to provide a single, integrated framework and fast-track, time-bound … Continue reading The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code’s Controversial Sec. 29A: The June Review