Companies Act 2013: Criminal Liability Of Directors And Key Managerial Persons

While registered companies are considered separate legal entities, they rely on various officers to act and take necessary decisions on their behalf to function in a manner that is efficient and compliant with legal obligations. This fiduciary responsibility is assigned to its directors and key managerial persons (collectively referred to as “officers”). Such officers are required to discharge their […]

Enforceability Of Emergency Arbitration Award Under Indian Law

Emergency arbitration is a concept that allows a party to apply for urgent temporary relief before an arbitration tribunal has been officially established. Simply put, emergency arbitration is a time-bound and short-term solution for parties that are not in a position to wait for the formation of the arbitral tribunal. Any emergency relief granted takes […]

COVID-19 and Indian Courts

Impact of COVID 19 Outbreak on Courts In terms of the number of registered Covid-19 data across the world, India lies at the bottom of the list. However, in the last few weeks, India has witnessed a rapid increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases. As a result, there lies a possibility that India […]