The Reform Decade - Corporate and Commercial Law in India
This Scholarly work inspired by the IndiaCorpLaw Blog captures the milestones in corporate and commercial law in India during the last decade.
The purpose of the book is to give a glimpse of the trends in legal and market reforms over the last decade. Notable reforms include the revamp of company law, the introduction of new insolvency law and game-changing transformations in dispute resolution matters such as arbitration.
The work addresses a wide variety of constituents, including practitioners (both transactional and litigation), academics and students. The book is divided into the following 11 parts like Company Law, Corporate Governance, Taxation, etc. Some of the articles also make policy-oriented suggestions that may be of interest to policy makers and policy analysts.
“ … This work covers an incredible breadth of topics including company, securities markets, corporate governance, insolvency, competition law, taxation, and disputes. It is a tour de force and an extremely efficient way to catch up on the critical insights over the last decade in one compact book…”
Managing Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas