Public Policy

Being zealous of participation in policy making, our senior partners are being consulted by several statutory bodies and their offshoots in devising policies, regulatory frameworks, reforms initiatives, management, sector restructuring, opinions, research assignments, public procurement and sector specific advisory. Further, our teams are always ahead in analysing any new legislations, even if subordinate or delegated or be it even routine circulars and byelaws and studying their impact and constitutionality, post which they often recommend the appropriate authorities with suitable propositions in line with industry requirements striking a balance between welfare and viability.

We also take pride in being frontrunners in approaching various statutory and quasi-statutory authorities in revisiting any such policies which are anti-public or ultra vires the Constitution or parent statute and even approach the High Court(s) and/or Supreme Court for appropriate orders against the same.

Opinions

IP in Sports: The Unique Case of Teqball

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Asset Reconstruction Company: Resolution Applicants under I&B Code

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OTT platforms- Regulated or Censored?

A glimpse at the IT (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021

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Research and Insights

Extinguishment of prior criminal liabilities of a Corporate Debtor: A safety armour for Resolution Applicants

The jurisprudence developing around the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (hereinafter referred to as ‘I & B Code’) is, nowadays, focused on affording protection

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Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code: A catalyst to Business and Investment in India

I & B Code vis-à-vis Ease of Doing Business The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code has proved to be one of the key legislative reforms that has, and continues,

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Arcelormittal India Private Limited Vs. Satish Kumar Gupta & Ors.: Filling of Judicial Granite in 29A(c) of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016

‘Quando aliquid prohibetur ex directo, prohibetur et per obliquum’, meaning what cannot be done directly, cannot be done indirectly,

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