The number of new companies registered in India between April and August has more than halved from the same period last year following the passage of the Companies Act, 2013
As the lines that once separated the role of lawyers and investment bankers blur and newer opportunities emerge for legal eagles to serve as independent directors on boards
As the government prepares to bring a fresh bill in Parliament to repeal archaic laws, the Law Commission today recommended revoking 72 obsolete statutes, saying there is an "urgent need"
Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Saturday asserted that independence of judiciary is "non- negotiable" and it has the inherent strength to foil any attempt to interfere with that. In remarks
Alibaba Group Holding disclosed on Friday that it would pay $15.8 million in legal fees to law firm Simpson Thacher and other attorneys who advised the Chinese e-commerce giant on its upcoming IPO, six times
Though the change in the business climate in India is prompting many foreign investors to think of investing here, the absence of an effective dispute resolution
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Former union minister M Veerappa Moily opened his law firm in national capital New Delhi on Monday evening. The firm will go by the name of Moily Law Associates
Ahead of the move to bring in the Judicial Appointments Commission, the new Chief Justice of India R M Lodha has said the judges'
Forty-seven years after it was established in October 1966 with four judges, the Delhi high court will have G. Rohini as its first woman chief justice