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Delay beyond 15 days in filing an appeal before NCLAT uncondonable
Legal Updates - 17 Sep 2021
The Supreme Court in National Spot Exchange Limited vs Mr. Anil Kohli, Resolution Professional of Dunar Foods Limited [Civil Appeal No. 6187 of 2019] has held that the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has no powers to condone a delay beyond 15 days in an appeal filed against a decision of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) under section 61(2) of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC). Section 61(2) of ...
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Personal Property of Guarantors cannot be transferred during CIRP of Corporate Debtor without initiating separate proceedings - NCLAT
Legal Updates - 16 Sep 2021
The Hon’ble NCLAT has held that CIRP against the Corporate Debtor cannot include Resolution Process against Personal Guarantors, even though the properties were mortgaged with the Financial Creditors. This has been ruled in the matter of “Mr. Nitin Chandrakant Naik & Anr. Vs. Sanidhya Industries LLP & Ors.’ vide judgement dated 26th August 2021 Earlier, the Adjudicating Authority, National Company Law Tribunal...
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NCLT cannot permit withdrawals/modifications of submitted resolution plan – Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 16 Sep 2021
The Supreme Court of India (“SC”) has held that, in absence of an explicit provision, the National Company Law Tribunal (“NCLT”) cannot permit any amendment, modification or withdrawal of Resolution Plan once approved by Committee of Creditors (“CoC”). This has been held by the Supreme Court vide its judgment dated 13.09.2021 in the matter of Ebix Singapore Private Limited vs. Committee of Creditors ...
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Directions for market-makers issued!
Legal Updates - 16 Sep 2021
The Reserve Bank of India has released the Master Directions on ‘market-makers’ in OTC Derivatives 2021 which repeal the Comprehensive Guidelines on Derivatives dated 20th April, 2007 and modifications thereto dated 2nd August, 2011; 2nd November, 2011 and 6th April, 2018. The directions are slated to be effective 3rd January, 2022. Late last year RBI had issued draft directions on the same. https://rbi.org.in/Scripts/Not...
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Some respite under LEF:- CRM for offsetting gross exposure of foreign bank branches in India to Head Office
Legal Updates - 13 Sep 2021
The Indian branches of foreign banks can now reckon cash/unencumbered securities from the Head Office (HO) or remittable reserved surplus in Indian books, held with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as the credit risk mitigation (CRM) under Large Exposure Framework.  Such CRM technique can be used for offsetting gross exposure of non-centrally cleared derivative transactions of foreign bank branches in India to their HO. As advised...
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Modified MIFOR added to 2006 ISDA Definitions
Legal Updates - 09 Sep 2021
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association Inc. (“ISDA”) released a supplement (Supplement number 85) to its 2006 ISDA Definitions, introducing Modified Mumbai Interbank Forward Outright Rate (“MIFOR”), provided by Financial Benchmarks India Pvt Ltd, as a rate option (“Supplement”). Modified MIFOR is the identified replacement for MIFOR. The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) had...
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Liquidator can seek closure of the Liquidation Process to sell CD as a going concern – NCLAT
Legal Updates - 01 Sep 2021
The Hon’ble NCLAT has dealt with the issue whether the Liquidator is authorized to seek for the closure of the Liquidation Process and sell the ‘Corporate Debtor’ as a going concern pursuant to Regulation 32 of IBBI (Liquidation Process) Regulations, 2016 (“Regulation”). It has been held by the Hon’ble NCLAT vide judgement dated 24th August 2021, in the matter of “M/s Mohan Gems & Jewels Pr...
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Deciphering The New TDS Norms : Impact On M&A Transactions
Article - 27 Aug 2021
Published BW legal world.Click here article inPublished website. One of the factors to be considered in case of any transaction involving the purchase and sale of shares and securities is the impact of tax laws on such transactions. This article provides insights on the impact of the new tax regime on M&A transactions from a buyer’s and seller’s lens. 27August, 2021by Arunabh Choudhary , Darshi Sha...
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Criteria for HFC - SARFAESI Act
Legal Updates - 26 Aug 2021
The criteria for recommendation and notification of Housing Finance Companies (“HFC”) as ‘Financial Institution’ under the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (“SARFAESI Act”) has been withdrawn. The said criteria were included under the Master Directions - Non-Banking Finance Company - Housing Finance Company (Reserve Bank) Directions, ...
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NCLAT_Ms. Mohan Gems Jewels Private Limited vs Vijay Verma Ors
Insights - 24 Aug 2021
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Acceptability of e-Execution – A long way ahead
Article - 19 Aug 2021
Published by The Legal 500 Click here to view article in Published website. Acceptability of e-Execution – A long way ahead August 19, 2021 > India > TMT (Technology, Media & Telecoms) Juris Corp | View firm profile Technology has been an enabling factor in resuming businesses and closing transactions during the pandemic era while parties involved in such transactions are sitting miles apart from each other. In order...
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Legal Opinions on the Blockchain
Legal Updates - 18 Aug 2021
Honoured to have our legal innovation project, a collaboration among D2 Legal Technology, Standard Chartered bank, Indian law firm Juris Corp, blockchain company SETL and 3 Hare Court Chambers, spotlighted by the Financial Times (article link) for its high potential and viability. Management of close-out netting and collateral enforceability legal opinions for regulatory capital has always been problematic.  The reality is that ...
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IPO & FPO lock-in requirements relaxed!
Legal Updates - 18 Aug 2021
The lock in requirements in an initial public offer (“IPO”) and further public offer (“FPO”) for promoters and persons other than promoters have been relaxed. Following are the key amendments introduced: 1.    ‘Promoter group’ definition narrowed A body corporate shall no more be treated as part of the promoter group of an issuer merely because a group of individuals/compan...
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Non-Convertible Securities Regime: Revamped!
Legal Updates - 11 Aug 2021
Consolidated regulations titled the SEBI (Issue and Listing of Non-Convertible Securities) Regulations, 2021 (“NCS Regulations”) have been introduced, which are an amalgamation of the SEBI (Issue and Listing of Debt Securities) Regulations, 2008 (“ILDS Regulations”) and the SEBI (Issue and Listing of Non-Convertible Redeemable Preference Shares) Regulations, 2013. The NCS Regulations have been introduced pursuant...
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Decree for money or recovery certificate gives rise to a fresh cause of action under IBC: Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 11 Aug 2021
Once the claim of a financial creditor fructifies into a judgment and/or a decree OR a recovery certificate is issued authorizing the creditor to realize its decretal dues, a fresh cause of action arise for such financial creditor under Section 7 of the I&B Code, 2016 (“Code”) to recover the unpaid amount due under the judgment/decree or specified under the recovery certificate. However, this right has to be exercised wi...
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Liberalisation of Overseas Investments
Legal Updates - 10 Aug 2021
The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has, with a view to further liberalize overseas investments, placed on its website, vide a notification dated 9th August 2021, two draft documents for comments / feedback. They are as follows: 1)   Foreign Exchange Management (Non-debt Instruments - Overseas Investment) Rules, 2021; and 2)   Foreign Exchange Management (Overseas Investment) Regulations, 2021. ...
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Urging new grounds for the first time in SLP, specially one concerning jurisdiction, not a bar – Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 10 Aug 2021
This was held by the Supreme Court (“Court”) in its judgment dated 5th August 2021 in the matter of Shri Saurav Jain & Anr. V. M/s. A. B. P. Design & Anr [Civil Appeal 4448 of 2021]. The Court in view of its plenary jurisdiction under Article 136 of the Constitution read with its powers under Article 142, observed that new grounds in the SLP can be raised for the first time, with the leave of the Court, if it ...
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(Amended) Emergency arbitral awards considered orders under Section 17(1), enforceable under Section 17(2) of Arbitration Act
Legal Updates - 10 Aug 2021
Emergency arbitral awards are orders under Section 17(1) of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“Arbitration Act”) which can be enforced under Section 17(2) of the Arbitration Act. This was held by the Supreme Court (“Court”) in its judgment dated 6th August 2021 in matter of Amazon.com NV Investment Holdings LLC v. Future Retail Ltd. & Ors. The Court in the matter observed that full party auto...
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Relaxations for offering Foreign Securities in IFSC
Legal Updates - 09 Aug 2021
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (“MCA”) vide its notification dated 5th August 2021 has amended the Companies Act, 2013 along with Companies (Registration of Foreign Companies Rules), 2014 and the Companies (Specification of Definition Details) Rules, 2014 (“Amendments”) to relax provisions relating to prospectus offering securities of [Foreign companies as well as companies incorporated or to be incorpora...
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RBI permits export credit at Alternative Reference Rate
Legal Updates - 07 Aug 2021
The Reserve Bank of India vide its notification dated 6th August 2021 has allowed all scheduled commercial banks to extend export credit by adopting any other widely accepted alternative reference rate in the currency concerned. This has been introduced in light of the impending transition from LIBOR to any other alternative reference rate. ECFCBR6E9AA4F74B1C407BA3E35D09043F0B1D.PDF (rbi.org.in) For any further information, please co...
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Independent Directors and Related Party Transactions: What’s new?
Legal Updates - 06 Aug 2021
Provisions related to related party transactions and independent directors have been amended by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) by way of an amendment to the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 (“LODR Regulations”). An overview of the key amendments are as follows: 1.    Related Party Transactions: Previously, the whole of audit commit...
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Accredited Investors – SEBI introduces a new investor class!
Legal Updates - 05 Aug 2021
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) has made amendments to certain regulations to recognise a new class of investors into the securities market called ‘accredited investors’. These are well informed or well advised investors whose financial capacity gives them an ability to absorb loss and thus relatively higher risk products may also be suitable for such investors. Accredited investors have been ...
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Section 28 of the Contract Act does not provide for a minimum claim period under a Bank Guarantee - Delhi HC
Legal Updates - 05 Aug 2021
Exception 3 to Section 28 of the Contract Act, 1872 (“Section 28”) does not deal with the claim period. It deals with right of the creditor to enforce his rights under the bank guarantee in case of refusal by the guarantor to pay before an appropriate court or tribunal. This was held by the Delhi High Court in its judgment dated 28th July 2021 in matter of Larsen & Toubro Ltd. & Anr. v. Punjab National Bank & Or...
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No provisions in IBC conferring power of review on the NCLAT
Legal Updates - 05 Aug 2021
An application seeking clarification of judgment filed under Rule 31 read with Rule 11 of the NCLAT Rules, 2016 under the pretence of review/rehear is not maintainable. It is because Rule 31 of the NCLAT Rules, 2016 is not applicable when the judgment has already been delivered and the matter has been disposed off. This has been ruled by the NCLAT, New Delhi Bench vide its decision dated 28th July 2021 in the matter of Vistra ITCL (Ind...
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No CIRP can be triggered against ‘societies’ under IBC: NCLAT
Legal Updates - 05 Aug 2021
A bare reading of Section 2 read with Section 3(7) of the I&B Code, 2016 (“Code”) infers that the ‘societies’ cannot be said to be ‘corporate persons’ to whom the provisions of the Code applies. Even if a ‘society’ is accepted to be deemed body corporate, then also it cannot be said that it is company incorporated under the special Act/company law or that the incorporation is with limi...
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Banks to implement current account notification in a non-disruptive manner - RBI provides relief to borrowers!
Legal Updates - 05 Aug 2021
The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has, vide its notification dated 4th August 2021 titled ‘Guidelines for Implementation of the circular on Opening of Current Accounts by Banks’ (“Latest Notification”), issued guidelines to banks for the implementation of its circulars dated 6th August 2020, 2nd November 2020, and 14th December 2020 in relation to opening and operating of current accounts by borr...
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Letter of Intent is not a binding contract unless such intention is evident from its terms - Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 03 Aug 2021
A letter of intent (“LoI”) merely indicates intent to enter into a contract and does not give rise to any binding relationship between the parties. An LoI can be construed as a binding contract only if clear and unambiguous intention of the parties to that effect is evident from its terms. This was held by the Supreme Court in its judgment dated 23rd July 2021 in matter of M/s. South Eastern Coalfields ltd. & Ors. v. M/...
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SEBI Consultation Paper on Capital Market to Boost Public Issues
Article - 02 Aug 2021
Published by Outlook MoneyClick here to view article in Published website.The proposals introduced are expected to boost the equity capital markets and align India with global standards   Ever since the pandemic has hit the country and our economy, the capital market’s watchdog Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has been providing various relaxations and amendments to help the market participants function a...
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Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2021 gets parliamentary nod!
Legal Updates - 31 Jul 2021
Based on the recommendations of the Standing Committee on Finance, the Parliament of India has passed the Factoring Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2021 (“Amendment”) which amends the Factoring Regulation Act, 2011 (“Act”). The Amendment aims to resolve liquidity issues faced by micro, small and medium industries by, inter alia permitting all non-banking financial companies to engage in the business of factoring. ...
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Lenders of interest free loans also financial creditors under IBC-Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 31 Jul 2021
The definition of ‘financial debt’ in Section 5(8) of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“IBC”) to be construed to include interest free loans advanced to finance the business operations of a corporate body. This was held by the Supreme Court in its judgment dated 26th July 2021 in matter of M/s. Orator Marketing Pvt. Ltd. v. M/s. Samtex Desinz Pvt. Ltd. The Court in the matter referred to section 5(8) of th...
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Arbitrator cannot travel beyond the contract, if he has, he would be acting without jurisdiction
Legal Updates - 31 Jul 2021
The Supreme Court (“Court”) in PSA SICAL Terminals Pvt. Ltd vs The Board of Trustees of V.O. Chidambranar Port Trust Tuticorin & Ors. [Civil Appeal nos. 3699-3700 of 2018] whiledismissing the Appeal and upholding setting aside of the Arbitral Award for being patently illegal, observed that the jurisdiction of the Arbitrator being confined to the four corners of the agreement, can only pass such an order which may be the ...
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Amendment to DICGC Act
Legal Updates - 29 Jul 2021
We have gathered from news reports that The Union Cabinet has approved amendment to the Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation Act, 1961. This amendment will provide account holders access to up to INR 5,00,000 funds within 90 days of a bank coming under moratorium. This increase of the insurance amount from INR 1,00,000 is going to cover 98.3% of all deposit accounts and 50.9% of deposits value. This would mean that FRDI i...
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Earnest Money Deposit Requirement : a Saviour of CIRP
Article - 27 Jul 2021
Published by BW Legal WorldClick here to view article in Published website. Shubhabrata Chakraborti Partner, Juris Corp Earnest Money Deposit Requirement: A Savior Of CIRP One of the crucial pre-requisites set out in the RFRP for the resolution applicant(s) is the earnest money deposit (“EMD”). An EMD is akin to a bank guarantee that the contract will be fulfilled. This article endeavors to touch...
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Loans and Advances – Regulatory Restrictions
Legal Updates - 23 Jul 2021
The Reserve Bank of India has, vide its notification titled ‘Loans and Advances – Regulatory Restrictions’ dated 23rd July 2021 (the “Notification”) amended certain paragraphs under the section on ‘Regulatory Restrictions’ in the Master Circular - Loans and Advances - Statutory and Other Restrictions dated 1st July 2015. The key amendments under the Notification are as follows: 1) The threshol...
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Relaxations in respect of monitoring and disclosure requirements of Debenture Trustees in light of COVID-19
Legal Updates - 22 Jul 2021
The regulatory timelines for monitoring and disclosures by debenture trustees for the quarter/ half year/ year ending 31st March 2021 have been extended, in light of difficulties faced due to COVID-19. An overview of the relaxations is as follows: 1)   Submission of reports/certificates to the stock exchanges: (a)  Timeline in respect of following extended from 15th July 2021 to 31st August 2021: (i) &nb...
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RERA Dossier (Part-2) published by the Indian Construction Journal
Article - 09 Jul 2021
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End of LIBOR – A Step Closer!
Legal Updates - 08 Jul 2021
The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has encouraged banks and financial institutions to use any widely accepted Alternative Reference Rate for entering into new financial contracts on or before 31st December 2021. The RBI has also emphasized the need to adopt robust fallback clauses suggested by various domestic and international associations. This would be relevant in the context of legacy contracts. In addition to the above,...
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Framework for issue of Non Convertible Securities consolidated
Legal Updates - 01 Jul 2021
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) has approved proposals for promulgation of the SEBI (Issue and Listing of Non-Convertible Securities) Regulations, 2021 (“NCS Regulations”). An overview of the proposed NCS Regulations is as follows: (a)  The NCS Regulations will consolidate and merge the SEBI (Issue and Listing of Debt Securities) Regulations, 2008 and SEBI (Non-Convertible Redeemab...
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Asian Legal Business - India Top TMT / FinTech Lawyers 2021
Press Release - 29 Jun 2021
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Considerations to be accounted for by law firms when positioning the firm
Insights - 28 Jun 2021
Published by Legal Business OnlineClick here to view article in Published website.   Making a favourable first impression is important for businesses, and law firms are no exception. Developing good branding is an important way to communicate identity and positioning to clients, but lawyers say that getting it right requires careful consideration. WHAT CONSIDERATIONS SHOULD YOU TAKE INTO ACCOUNT WHEN BRANDING YO...
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Debt recovery under SARFAESI Act extended to Housing Finance Companies
Legal Updates - 23 Jun 2021
Housing Finance Companies (“HFCs”) which meet the following requirements are now recognized as ‘financial institutions’ under the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (as amended) (“SARFAESI Act”): (a) registered under sub section (5) of Section 29 of the National Housing Bank Act, 1987; and (b) having assets worth INR 1 billion.  ...
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Asian Legal Business - June 2021 issue
Insights - 18 Jun 2021
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Board Meetings through audio-visual means enhanced
Legal Updates - 17 Jun 2021
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (“MCA”) vide notification dated 15th June 2021 has notified the Companies (Meetings of Board and its Powers) Amendment Rules, 2021 (“Amendment”) which has omitted Rule 4 of the Companies (Meetings of Board and its Powers) Rules, 2014 (“Meeting Rules”). Rule 4 of the Meeting Rules provided list of matters (“Matters”) which required compulsory physical pres...
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Lack of consideration of priority and value of security interest not a ground to challenge Resolution Plan - Supreme Court
Legal Updates - 15 Jun 2021
A resolution plan cannot be challenged by dissenting secured creditor as being unviable & unfeasible, on account of the priority and value of its security interest not being considered in the distribution of proceeds. This was held by the Supreme Court in its judgment dated 13th May 2021 in matter of India Resurgence ARC Pvt Ltd VS Amit Metaliks Ltd. & Anr. The Court in the matter observed that it was not intent of the le...
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CCI order on WhatsApp policy: Is CCI filling up the vacuum of the Data Protection Regulator? - Published with Legal 500
Article - 15 Jun 2021
Published by Legal 500Click here to view article in Published website. In a recent order dated 24th March 2021, the Competition Commission of India (“CCI”) has taken suo-motu cognizance of the updated privacy policy and terms of services of WhatsApp which were rolled out by WhatsApp on 4th January 2021 (“Updated Policy”).[1] It directed the Director General to investigate the anti-competitive is...
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Commencement Certificate - Format for Declaration
Insights - 11 Jun 2021
The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (“MahaRERA”) has, vide its circular dated 7th June 2021 (“said Circular”), provided Standardized format for declaration about Commencement Certificate. The said Circular provides for a format of declaration that will have to be uploaded alongside Commencement Certificate at the time of registration of the project. Since the Commencement Certificate of a project is...
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Centralized Database for Debt Securities
Insights - 09 Jun 2021
The disclosure requirements for the issuers of debt securities at the time of allotting of ISIN have been enhanced. The key additions to the existing disclosure requirements include disclosures in relation to Legal Entity Identifier, details of the group companies, type of instruments, addition of scheme of arrangement as a mode of issue and credit enhancement details. Issuers are also required to provide certain details to the stock e...
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Decision for liquidation of CD made by COC consisting of related parties is unsustainable - NCLAT
Insights - 08 Jun 2021
An order for liquidation of corporate debtor, passed on the basis of the sole decision of financial creditors was held to be fatal for the existence of the corporate debtor and was unsustainable. It was found that the decision for liquidation was made by the Committee of Creditors (“CoC”), which comprised of creditors that were in fact related parties and had entered the COC through acts of commercial contrivance. The ...
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Claims under High Sea Sales Agreements are not Financial Debts
Insights - 02 Jun 2021
  Claims under a High Sea Sales Agreement (“HSSA”) cannot be Financial Debts, having arisen from commercial sale and purchase transactions. This was held by the Hon’ble NCLT, Chennai Bench (“NCLT”) vide its order dated 27th April 2021 in the matter of Shakti International Pvt. Ltd. v. Pandi Oil Pvt. Ltd. The NCLT observed that the HSSA was a commercial agreement for purchase of goods ...
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The Risks Of Buying A Fiftieth Of An Office Or A Tenth Of A Vacation Home
Article - 02 Jun 2021
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The International Compendium of Construction Contracts - A country by chapter review
Insights - 29 May 2021
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The International Compendium of Construction Contracts - A country by chapter review
Insights - 26 May 2021
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Juris Corp announces promotions
Press Release - 24 May 2021
Juris Corp Announces Promotions Juris Corp is delighted to announce the promotion of a total of 9 fee earners, across Bengaluru, New Delhi and Mumbai offices. The Firm promoted three of its principal associates to Partner positions. Ankit Sinha and Saurabh Sharma who began their career at the Firm, specialize in the banking and finance practice working out of the New Delhi and Mumbai offices respectively. Apurva Kanvinde who joined th...
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India – Revised ISDA Close-out Netting Opinion Last month
Insights - 22 May 2021
Published by D2 Legal TechnologyClick here to view article in Published website.   ISDA released the latest close-out netting legal opinion for India from its local counsel Juris Corp. Historically, the basis for close-out netting in India has been centred on mutual dealings and set-off, which was overlayed with a complex set of statutory winding-up provisions. This analysis was the foundation of previous Indian ISDA close-out ne...
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RERA Cases Dossier by Juris Corp - January to March, 2021 - Quarterly Update in the LSI Quarterly Special
Article - 21 May 2021
Published by lawstreetindia.com Click here to view article in Published website.   The introduction of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (‘RERA’/‘Act’) was one of the most significant steps towards regulating the otherwise unregulated real estate sector. With the introduction of the Act, the real estate sector also witnessed the establishment of real estate regulatory authoriti...
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JurisCorp promotes 3 more to partner, 6 counsel, associates
Press Release - 21 May 2021
Published by Legal India, Click here to access the Published article.       24 Three new partners at Juris Corp (Sinha, Kanvinde, Sharma, l. to r.) Juris Corp has promoted three to partner, and two each to counsel, principal associate and senior associate respectively. The new partners are: Ankit Sinha, banking and finance, New Delhi (who had begun his career at Juris Corp) Apurva Kanvinde, secu...
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Indian FinTech Sector - Regulatory Updates and Foresights
Article - 14 May 2021
 Published by BW Legal World  Click here to view article in Published website. The financial technology (“FinTech”) sector has played a pivotal role in shaping the financial services industry in the last decade. FinTech has been developing at an unprecedented rate and it has been predicted that the Indian FinTech market will reach approx. USD 6,000 billion mark by 2025. Mr. Arunabh Choudhary (Partner, Juris Corp);...
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RERA Dossier (Part-1) published by the Indian Construction Journal
Article - 28 Apr 2021
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ISDA poised to issue India netting opinion
Article - 27 Apr 2021
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Pandemic-Scarred Tenants Leave Nothing To Chance As Leases Come Up For Renewal
Article - 17 Mar 2021
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India to Regulate Social Media Platforms & Others
Article - 04 Mar 2021
Published by BW Legal World Click here to view article in Published website.   by Arunabh Choudhary , Aditi Joshi Arpita Nandi India joins nations across the world looking to regulate social media platforms and others. The Guidelines are going to bring change to the mushrooming social media platforms in India. These Guidelines may be seen as an offshoot of the recent internal issues faced by India, however, they h...
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Through CCI’s Lens - Google and the Video Conferencing Platform Market
Article - 01 Mar 2021
Published by lawstreetindia Click here to view article in Published website. Arunabh Choudhary (Partner, Juris Corp) Dhruv Malik (Principal Associate) The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has forced great minds to innovate and disrupt the established and settled order. Case in point, is the market of providing specialized video conferencing services. The idea of convening physical meetings with a certain number of...
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Corporate Bond Market Turning Attractive?
Article - 22 Feb 2021
 Published by LawStreetIndia Click here to view article in Published website.  Apurva Kanvinde (Principal Associate, Juris Corp)    Jui Masurekar (Associate) Over the last few years, the Indian debt markets have witnessed significant defaults by debt issuers. These defaults have thrown light on the various difficulties faced by debenture trustees in expeditious enforcement of collateral. These issues have...
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Reserve Bank of India: Riding the Technological Wave
Article - 16 Feb 2021
 Published by BW Legal World Click here to view article in Published website. Nand Gopal Anand Partner, Juris Corp Reserve Bank of India: Riding the Technological Wave During recent years, global economies have witnessed a surge in technological advancements and development. Governments and central banks in such economies are promoting development of new technologies and financial products by undertaking various measures, ...
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Moving Towards A ‘Cash-Lite’ Society! - Advancement of Payment Infrastructure Facilities
Article - 03 Feb 2021
Published by lexology. Click here to access the Published article BACKGROUND Expansion of digital payment infrastructure in non-metro cities, including the likes of north-eastern states in India has been a challenge. This is primarily on account of the costs entailed in setting-up of such infrastructure, ensuring ongoing compliance requirements in terms of maintaining and ensuring the payment facilities remain optimum in output. There...
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Experts react to Budget 2021-22 proposals !
Press Release - 01 Feb 2021
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Multiplicity in arbitration: perils and adversities
Article - 19 Jan 2021
Published by International Bar AssociationClick here to access the Published article. Jayesh H Juris Corp, Mumbai jayesh.h@jclex.com Chaitra Srinivas Juris Corp, Mumbai chaitra.srinivas@jclex.com Mannat Sabharwal Juris Corp, Mumbai mannat.sabharwal@jclex.com Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms, consisting of arbitration, conciliation, mediation, negotiation and Lok Adalat, was introduced inter alia, not only to reduce t...
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Joinder of parties in arbitration proceedings
Article - 19 Jan 2021
Published by International Bar AssociationClick here to access the Published article. Jayesh H Juris Corp, Mumbai jayesh.h@jclex.com Chaitra Srinivas Juris Corp, Mumbai chaitra.srinivas@jclex.com Mannat Sabharwal Juris Corp, Mumbai mannat.sabharwal@jclex.com Arbitration is all about contract and is required to be conducted within the four corners of an arbitration agreement. A persistent problem faced by construction litigators is c...
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Joinder of arbitrations
Article - 19 Jan 2021
Published by International Bar AssociationClick here to access the Published article. Jayesh H Juris Corp, Mumbai jayesh.h@jclex.com Chaitra Srinivas Juris Corp, Mumbai chaitra.srinivas@jclex.com Mannat Sabharwal Juris Corp, Mumbai mannat.sabharwal@jclex.com Background In today’s commercial world, contractual arrangements are rarely straightforward. In engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts it is customary...
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Developers Await Clarity After Maharashtra Slashes Real Estate Fee By Half
Article - 11 Jan 2021
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Juris Corp promotes KM-BD director Darshi Shah to partner with strategic remit
Press Release - 08 Jan 2021
 Published by Legally India Click here to access the Published article. Darshi Shah promoted to partner focusing on client relationships, knowledge Juris Corp has promoted director Darshi Shah to “strategic business planning and legal knowledge management” partner. Shah is a qualified lawyer who specialises in transfer pricing advisory issues, but in her role she would “focus on the firm’s growth...
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Juris Corp elevates Ms. Darshi Shah to Partner, Strategic Business Planning and Legal Knowledge
Press Release - 08 Jan 2021
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Juris Corp elevates Ms. Darshi Shah to Partner, Strategic Business Planning and Legal Knowledge Management
Press Release - 08 Jan 2021
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Transitioning from LIBOR – the road ahead for the Indian banking sector
Article - 17 Dec 2020
      Published by International Bar Association       Click here to view article in Published website.      Nand Gopal Anand   Juris Corp, New Dehli nandgopal.anand@jclex.com Ankit Sinha Juris Corp, New Dehli ankit.sinha@jclex.com Harshit Dusad Juris Corp, New Dehli harshit.dusad@jclex.com Garima Parakh Juris Corp, Mumbai garima.pa...
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Covid - Corporate Debtor - Central Bank
Article - 12 Dec 2020
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Telemedicine in India!" published in the December 2020 Issue of LawZ Magazine
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Lexology GTDT - Class Actions 2021 - India
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Regulating data collection!
Article - 27 Nov 2020
R Health Data Management Policy– Regulating data collection! By InnoHEALTH magazine digital teamNovember 27, 2020No Comments           Under NDHM, a health ID will be given to every citizen, which will contain details of every test, disease, the doctors consulted, the medicines taken and the diagnosis   So far,...
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Health Data Management Policy– Regulating data collection!
Article - 27 Nov 2020
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Arbitration – not so disengaged from court proceedings and other hardships!
Article - 25 Nov 2020
Wednesday 25 November 2020 Shubhabrata Chakraborti Equity Partner, Juris Corp, Mumbai shubhabrata.chakraborti@jclex.com Dhruv Malik Principal Associate, Juris Corp,New Delhi dhruv.malik@jclex.com Chaitra Srinivas Senior Associate, Juris Corp, Bengaluru chaitra.srinivas@jclex.com Introduction Arbitration as a dispute resolution mechanism has come a long way in India. As an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanism, arbitr...
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Pro-enforcement regime for foreign arbitral awards: Is India really headed towards it?
Article - 25 Nov 2020
Wednesday 25 November 2020 Dhruv Malik Principal Associate, Juris Corp, Delhi dhruv.malik@jclex.com Mannat Sabharwal Associate, Juris Corp, Delhi mannat.sabharwal@jclex.com International commercial arbitration is typically chosen as the viable method for resolving disputes between parties engaging in international transactions. The most valuable characteristic of international arbitration is the ‘enforceability of award&r...
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Juris Corp do increments and bonus
Press Release - 12 Nov 2020
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Juris Corp announces pay increments and pays bonus
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Press Release - 10 Nov 2020
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Trade Finance in India-Recent Trends
Article - 04 Nov 2020
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Lack of demand no excuse for delay: MahaRERA
Article - 26 Oct 2020
BySatish NandgaonkarSatish Nandgaonkar / Updated: Oct 26, 2020, 06:00 IST   An artist’s impression of the Narang Urbane Housing Forum project in Valve Orders refunds for homebuyers, gives compensation for mental harassment after developer blames delays on lack of demand due to quakes. In a relief to five home buyers, Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) has ruled that lack of demand d...
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Juris Corp acts for Mount Judi Ventures on debut investment of $1.5m in medtech startup InnAccel
Article - 23 Oct 2020
  Mount Judi Ventures has struck its debut bet by investing in medtech company InnAccel Technologies Pvt Ltd, a top executive of the venture capital firm told VCCircle. — VCCircle Juris Corp advised Mount Judi Ventures led by a team of equity partner Arunabh Choudhary, and senior associate Aditi Joshi. 2020-10-14 Deal value: $1.5m (INR 11 crores) This deal report is based on a firm's press release ...
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How investors, authorities can check greenwashing and boost green financing
Article - 09 Oct 2020
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How Homebuyer Rights Changed After RERA Verdicts
Article - 09 Oct 2020
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Deep Dive into Delhi HC Ruling on Sanctity of RBI’s Approval
Article - 08 Oct 2020
Article Published law Street India Link Pratish Kumar (Partner, Juris Corp)  Ankit Sinha (Principal Associate Sonali Singh (Associate) The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) plays a pivotal role in management of foreign exchange in India. The RBI is empowered, under the extant Indian foreign exchange laws, inter alia to provide general or specific approvals in relation to a wide array of foreign excha...
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Third-party funding: a saviour to the distressed claimant who needs to litigate but is strapped for cash
Article - 06 Oct 2020
Published by International Bar AssociationClick here to access the Published article. Jayesh HJuris Corp, Mumbaijayesh.h@jclex.com Chaitra SrinivasJuris Corp, Mumbaichaitra.srinivas@jclex.com Madhura KulkarniJuris Corp, Mumbaimadhura.kulkarni@jclex.com The financial crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has led to several unconventional innovations in business operations such as working from home. The crisis has mea...
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Enforcement of Indian bank guarantees: a dichotomy in law
Article - 06 Oct 2020
Pratish Kumar Juris Corp, Mumbai pratish.kumar@jclex.com Ankit Sinha Juris Corp, Mumbai ankit.sinha@jclex.com Garima Parakh Juris Corp, Mumbai garima.parakh@jclex.com Legal background Section 28 of the Indian Contract Act 1872 (the 'Contract Act') seeks to render void agreements, including those absolutely restricting the parties from enforcing their rights under any contract by way of legal proceedings, or restricting the t...
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JurisCorp acts for Mount Judi Ventures on debut investment of $1.5m in medtech startup InnAccel
Article - 06 Oct 2020
Tuesday 6 October 2020 Back to Asia Pacific Regional Forum publications Nand Gopal Anand Juris Corp nandgopal.anand@jclex.com Harshit Dusad Juris Corp harshit.dusad@jclex.com Vrindesh Patel Juris Corp vrindesh.patel@jclex.com Introduction The history of cryptocurrency can be traced back to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, when financial markets were in deep stress and people were losing faith in them. During that time, Satoshi Na...
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Regulating cryptocurrency in India
Article - 06 Oct 2020
Nand Gopal Anand Juris Corp nandgopal.anand@jclex.com Harshit Dusad Juris Corp harshit.dusad@jclex.com Vrindesh Patel Juris Corp vrindesh.patel@jclex.com Introduction The history of cryptocurrency can be traced back to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, when financial markets were in deep stress and people were losing faith in them. During that time, Satoshi Nakamoto, the father of the bitcoin, paved way for the first ever...
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Impact of Covid-19 on leasing in India
Article - 01 Oct 2020
Avikshit MoralJuris Corp, Mumbaiavikshit.moral@jclex.com Prasham Shah Juris Corp, Mumbai prasham.shah@jclex.com Introduction Covid-19 has changed the dynamics of the world in many ways. It has grossly affected households, businesses and workers from all classes of society, all over the world. As a result, many tenants are facing a cash crunch and are unable to fulfil their rental obligations. On the other side, either due to ...
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RERA Dossier (2019-2020)
Legal Updates - 18 Sep 2020
The real estate sector witnessed the beginning of a new era with the introduction of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (“Act”). Pursuant to the notification of the Act, the real estate sector eagerly awaited to see how various provisions of the Act are interpreted by different real estate regulatory authorities. Three years have passed since the Act was notified. Over a period of time, there have been nu...
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How Reliance Retail-Future Group deal can overcome competition concerns
Article - 16 Sep 2020
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Fair Practices Code for Digital Lending Platforms: An Analysis
Article - 15 Sep 2020
Fair Practices Code for Digital Lending Platforms: An Analysis September 15,2020 Rate this story:   Arunabh Choudhary (Partner, Juris Corp)           Aditi Joshi (Senior Associate)Increasing use of technology in the financial sector to offer hassle-free services such as lending, account opening, credit analysis etc., has encouraged entities like banks and Nonbank...
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Enforcements add a new dimension to M&A
Article - 01 Sep 2020
Enforcements add a new dimension to M&A Avikshit Moral and Sumitava Basu at Juris Corp write that acquisitions through enforcement of pledged shares have become a feasible route, with courts playing a supportive role The realm of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in India has been everchanging. The nation has come a long way from being a protectionist regime where it was impossible to do a hostile takeover, and various enforcem...
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How Reliance Retail-Future Group deal can overcome competition concerns
Article - 01 Sep 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc in all our lives and businesses. Some businesses have managed to sail through the storm and take advantage of the limited opportunities presented in these unprecedented times. This is resulting in a greater number of takeovers by stronger firms of businesses which can be labelled as failing. Recently, Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd agreed to acquire the retail, wholesale, logistics and warehou...
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Juris Corp promotes five young players
Press Release - 25 Aug 2020
  Juris Corp has promoted three fee earners to principal associate and two others to senior associate across its offices in Bengaluru, New Delhi and Mumbai. “The elevation of these young professionals is a moment of pride,” said Juris Corp co-founder and senior partner, Jayesh H. “It symbolizes growth of talent in accordance with competence and commitment.” The firm said the promotions were on the ...
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An Overview of the New Consumer Protection Regime in India
Article - 20 Aug 2020
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Always Connected – Telemedicine in India!
Article - 17 Aug 2020
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Consumer Protection Act, 2019 – A New Challenge to Indian Businesses?
Article - 17 Aug 2020
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SEBI Steers Distressed Bond Market Through COVID-19 Crisis
Article - 07 Aug 2020
  Apurva Kanvinde (Principal Associate, Juris Corp) Arjun Nair (Trainee Associate) The outbreak of the corona virus (“COVID-19”) has created an unprecedented impact on the economy, causing the financial markets to suffer significant losses in a very short period of time. The COVID-19 crisis is an extraordinary supply and demand shock with far reaching and uncertain ramifications. While developed econo...
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A clean slate: good times for bad banks
Article - 31 Jul 2020
  Friday 31 July 2020 Pratish Kumar Juris Corp, Mumbai pratish.kumar@jclex.com Ankit Sinha Juris Corp, Mumbai ankit.sinha@jclex.com Garima Parakh Juris Corp, Mumbai garima.parakh@jclex.com The development of complex financial structures has led to an increased appetite for risk taking, subjecting balance sheets to diverse exposures. While the inevitable spin of the economic wheel does periodically produce a recessi...
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Relaxation of Takeover Norms for Stressed Companies
Article - 24 Jul 2020
Relaxation of Takeover Norms for Stressed Companies : A Move in the Right Direction July 21,2020   Apurva Kanvinde (Principal Associate, Juris Corp) Sumitava Basu (Principal Associate) WHY: Restructuring of listed companies often got stuck as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) norms were inflexible on exempting key compliances. The key hurdle used to be having to make an open off...
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Applicability of Promissory Estoppel to Governmental Action
Article - 13 Jul 2020
Applicability of Promissory Estoppel to Governmental Action – A Tale of Broken Promises? July 13,2020   Shubhabrata Chakraborti (Partner, Juris Corp)            Madhura Kulkarni (Associate) “A promise made must be a promise kept.” - Aristotle Aristotle’s position on promises relied on the ideal, that promisors would choose to act i...
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Amended Margin Norms: Effective in Curbing Breach of Trust?
Article - 13 Jul 2020
Amended Margin Norms: Effective in Curbing Breach of Trust? July 13,2020   Apurva Kanvinde (Principal Associate, Juris Corp)   Smit Parekh (Trainee Associate) The increasing competition in the broking business has led brokerages to come up with novel ideas to expand their business. One such market practise is providing margin trading facility (“MTF”). Under MTF, brokerages offer to their ...
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Juris Corp announces promotions yet again..!!
Press Release - 13 Jul 2020
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Juris Corp announces promotions yet again..!!
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COVID-19, Lockdown and Courts - Story So Far
Article - 08 Jul 2020
COVID-19, Lockdown and Courts - Story So Far July 08,2020   Shubhabrata Chakraborti (Partner, Juris Corp)    Ashish Mukhi (Principal Associate)     Madhurima Sarangi (Associate) Introduction Coronavirus (“Covid-19”) has rapidly become a global crisis and impacting life of people, businesses and markets and has led to nationwide lockdown in many countries. On 24th Marc...
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Thomson Reuters - India Q&A Global Guide Chapter - “Private equity in India: market and regulatory overview
Article - 01 Jul 2020
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SEBI’s COVID-19 relief measures
Article - 30 Jun 2020
SEBI’s COVID-19 relief measures – Can they protect the capital markets? Apurva Kanvinde (Principal Associate, Juris Corp)     Jui Masurekar (Associate) The outbreak of the pandemic of COVID-19 has radically altered the economic landscape and increased volatility in the global capital markets.   While it is an inescapable conclusion that the after-effects of such a pandemic will continue ...
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Dealing with COVID - 19: Invocation of Force Majeure
Article - 24 Jun 2020
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Managing Disputes When Anticipating / Dealing with Force Majeure Event
Article - 24 Jun 2020
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Understanding ‘force majeure’ and its application in India in the times of the COVID-19 outbreak
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To Pay or not to Pay?
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India’s Mall Owners Are Trying To Fend Off Hard-Bargaining Retailers
Article - 15 Jun 2020
Avikshit Moral has shared his views in an article by BloombergQuint on “India’s Mall Owners Are Trying To Fend Off Hard-Bargaining Retailers”. The same has been attached. ...
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Opportunistic takeovers: revisions to India’s FDI policy - CWG
Article - 03 Jun 2020
03-June-2020 Avikshit Moral Juris Corp, Mumbai avikshit.moral@jclex.com Aditi Joshi Juris Corp, Bengaluru aditi.joshi@jclex.com Introduction The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has affected businesses and economies the world over. This has adversely effected the valuation of companies resulting in opportunistic takeovers/acquisitions. With a view to the monitoring of such acquisitions, the Government of India ('government')...
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Refinancing Amid COVID-19 Crisis – A Silver Lining!
Article - 03 Jun 2020
Refinancing Amid COVID-19 Crisis – A Silver Lining!   Nand Gopal Anand (Partner, Juris Corp)          Harshit Dusad (Associate)             Vrindesh Patel (Associate) 1) COVID-19 Crisis – Taking the Global Economy for a Toss Today, with the world tackling the ‘COVID-19’ crisis, most...
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JurisCorp increases internship intake up to 50% by going virtual
Press Release - 03 Jun 2020
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FAQs on Trade Receivables Discounting System for MSMEs
Article - 02 Jun 2020
June 02,2020   Pratish Kumar (Partner, Juris Corp)           Karan Abichandani (Associate) In response to the problems faced by Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises sellers (“MSME”) to obtain adequate finance, the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) had introduced the concept of TReDS in India in 2014. TReDS provide MSMEs a secure electronic platform ...
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India’s journey towards being a pro-enforcement regime for foreign arbitral awards
Article - 24 May 2020
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Securitisation Transactions in India – Legal Validity
Article - 18 May 2020
Securitisation Transactions in India – Legal Validity May 18,2020     Pratish Kumar (Partner, Juris Corp) Ankit Sinha (Principal Associate) Garima Parakh (Associate) 1)        Background Securitisation was introduced in India as part of the wave of financial reforms in 1999 to expand the funding capacity of banks and non-banking financial compan...
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Deciphering Apex Court’s Ruling on Execution of Foreign Decrees
Article - 18 May 2020
Deciphering Apex Court’s Ruling on Execution of Foreign Decrees May 20,2020     Shubhabrata Chakraborti (Partner, Juris Corp) Chaitra Srinivas (Associate) The general assumption that a foreign decree from  a reciprocal territory (“foreign decree”) would be executed in India like a decree passed by an Indian District Court has now been fine-tuned and clarified by the Supreme Court of In...
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EXPORT ADVANCES: A QUICK GUIDE
Insights - 08 May 2020
EXPORT ADVANCES: A QUICK GUIDE BackgroundAn Indian exporter (“Exporter”) is permitted to receive export advances against export of goods from India to an overseas buyer. Such export advance arrangements enable Exporters to reduce interest cost, widen fund raising options and elongate the debt maturity profile of the Exporter.This note briefly deals with the various schemes under which such export advances may be received by...
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Failing Firms under Competition Law and Hassle around Statutory Approvals in COVID Times
Article - 08 May 2020
‘Failing Firms’ under Competition Law and Hassle around Statutory Approvals in COVID Times May 08,2020     Arunabh Choudhary (Partner, Juris Corp)      Dhruv Mallik (Principal Associate)                        Chaitra Srinivas (Associate) “U...
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FX Hedging: Uniform Directions for Residents & Non Residents
Article - 22 Apr 2020
Read this if you are concerned in any manner with foreign exchange hedging with Residents and Non-Residents……...The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) has issued directions that merge the hedging facilities with respect to foreign exchange risks, for residents and non-residents (“Directions”).1) What’s new under the Directions?a) Introduction of Anticipated Exposure:(i) Transactions can now be unde...
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Juris Corp Enlarges Ownership - Inducts 5 Partners into Equity
Press Release - 10 Apr 2020
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Juris Corp founders give equity ownership to 5, hope to become minority • Firm strong enough to ‘absorb’ a crash
Press Release - 10 Apr 2020
Juris Corp has converted to an equity partnership model beyond just the founders, converting its five salaried partners to equity partners to the firm. The new equity partners are Arunabh Choudhary, Avikshit Moral, Nand Gopal Anand, Pratish Kumar and Shubhabrata Chakraborti (see more details on new partners below). “We’ve been working on this for some time and we’ve worked out a particular process,” commented c...
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Juris Corp founders give equity ownership to 5
Press Release - 10 Apr 2020
Juris Corp founders give equity ownership to 5, hope to become minority • Firm strong enough to ‘absorb’ a crash Firm in strong financial position to weather possible future storms: H Jayesh   Exclusive By Legally India Friday, 10 April 2020 20:00 Law firms An estimated 5 minute read...     New JC equity partners: Choudhary, Moral, Anand, Kumar, Chakraborti Juris Corp has convert...
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Big Law Firms pay bonuses amidst struggles in other sectors
Press Release - 03 Apr 2020
Work From Home Law Firm MUMBAI : Law firms have emerged as the outliers as India Inc and the top four audit firms are grappling with issues of appraisals cycles and paying out bonuses. All the top law firms—Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Khaitan and Co, Luthra and Luthra Partners, and Juris Corp—are proactively giving out bonuses to their associates and partners. This is partially...
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Legally India - Juris Corp pays support staff early
Press Release - 26 Mar 2020
CAM, Luthra, SAM pay out bonuses early due to corona • JC pays support staff early [UPDATE-3 • +Bonus: Adorable corona-elephant PSA]     By Legally India Wednesday, 25 March 2020 16:29 Law firms     Early bonus at CAM Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas has paid out bonuses to fee-earners yesterday, this year around a week earlier than usual, due to the national COVID-19 lockdown. Update 26 Ma...
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Legally India - Juris Corp goes on work from home mode
Press Release - 16 Mar 2020
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Commodity Hedging - The Next Version!
Article - 30 Mar 2018
The Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) on 12th March 2018, issued the Hedging of Commodity Price Risk and Freight Risk in Overseas Market (Reserve Bank) Directions, 2018 (“Commodity Hedging Directions”). These Commodity Hedging Directions revamp considerable portion of the present laws in relation to commodity derivative transactions being undertaken on a cross border basis. This also withdraws previous circulars issu...
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Simplified norms to attract FDI – Bloomberg TV India
Article - 21 Jan 2016
The Union Cabinet on 16th July 2015 gave its nod to review the existing FDI policy. The move is aimed at simplification of FDI policy with a view to attracting foreign investments in order to improve ease of doing business in India. To comprehend the impact of this, Bloomberg’s Priyal Guliani Bhattacharya talks to Senior Partner of Juris Corp, Mr. H. Jayesh to bring you an overview of the impending changes. If you missed watching...
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Nestle's Bombay High Court verdict - H. Jayesh in discussion on ET NOW
Article - 15 Aug 2015
Mr. H. Jayesh, Founder Partner of Juris Corp was on ‘Amicus Curiae’ moderated by ET Now TV Editor, Ashwin Mohan. They discussed the implications and lessons from the landmark Nestle verdict of the Bombay High Court. This will be valuable for corporates, regulators and government alike. The Show ‘Amicus Curiae’ aired on:      a) on Saturday – 15th August 2015 at 08:00 AM   &nbs...
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Special Provisions For Start-ups
Article - 24 Jun 2015
Senior Partner, H. Jayesh has been interviewed by Bloomberg TV India, to know his views on “Special Provisions For Start-ups” after SEBI Board meet. The interview was telecasted on 23rd June 2015. In his Interview, H. Jayesh gives his perspective on: Minimal disclosures for start-ups Classes of companies to which the minimal disclosures will be made applicable to Promoter category To find out more, you can access his interview...
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Appointment of judges in Madras, Allahabad High Courts
Legal Updates - 01 Oct 2013
President Pranab Mukherjee appointed several judges in the Allahabad High Court and Madras High Court.According to a statement, Justices T Mathivanan, Ardhanariswamy Arumughaswamy, K B K Vasuki, Kandasami Ravichandra Baabu, P Devadass and R Karuppiah were appointed as Additional Judges of the Madras High Court. Mr Mukherjee also appointed Justices Het Singh Yadav and Anil Kumar Sharma as Additional Judges of the High Court of Judicature at Allaha...
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