Securities and Exchange Board of India: In the instant matter, Mohammad Nasiruddin Ansari was alleged to have induced / influenced investors to
Settlement of non-compoundable offences through mediated settlement agreements is not permissible. Even otherwise, to permit the accused and complainant to compromise an offence on payment of money, in session triable serious criminal cases which attracts punishment up to life, cannot be subject matter of mediated settlement agreements.
There is no such thing under the SAST Regulations that acquisition and holding of shares without making a public announcement is a violation.
The forfeiture of the bail bond without giving the opportunity of hearing to the surety is illegal and derogates principles of natural justice.
On 23-6-2023, the Reserve Bank of India (‘RBI’) imposed a penalty of Rs. 30 lakhs on Axis Bank Ltd. for non-compliance with
While deciding upon the complaint, the NCDRC also made important observations on ethical questions surrounding Assisted Reproductive Techniques and urged the Government to bring out necessary regulations for safe ART procedures.
Madras High Court said that the circular dated 2-08-2019, cannot have any implication in respect of the sole proprietary concern of the petitioner i.e., “M/s. Murugan Idli Shop”.
The Tribunal while upholding the impugned order passed by CCI dated 20-10-2022, set aside 4 key directions issued in paragraphs 617.3, 617.9, 617.10 and 617.7.
Gauhati High Court was faced with a peculiar case where “petitioner” had followed every rule in the book to file a well-planned petition; however, in reality the petitioner did not exist!
On 3-3-2-2023, the Reserve Bank of India (‘RBI’) imposed a penalty of Rs. 3.06 crore on Amazon Pay (India) Private Limited for
On 31-01-2023, the President has given assent to Maritime Anti-Piracy Act, 2022. The Act has been enacted to give effect to the
National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi: While deciding an appeal filed against the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) order imposing a
NCLAT while deciding the issue of cartelisation by breweries observed that lesser penalty application indicates admission of guilt and held United Breweries, Carlsberg India Pvt. Ltd. and All India Breweries Association liable for cartelisation.
The Delhi High Court stayed the recovery of a Rs. 223.48 crore penalty imposed by Competition Commission of India (CCI) on MakeMyTrip (P) Ltd. for abuse of its dominant position.
Delhi High Court: In a petition filed challenging the vires of Rule 14 of Building & Other Construction Workers Welfare
Competition Commission of India: While deciding upon the complaint filed against Google alleging contravention of the provisions of the Competition
“One of the most important issue that comes out is to what extent should a platform operator, in this case Google, set governance rules purportedly to “protect” its ecosystem and should there be limits to this self-assumed role?”
Competition Commission of India: In a significant development, the Commission while deliberating upon the alleged contravention of Sections 3 and
Customs, Excise and Services Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT): The coram of Dilip Gupta (President) and P.V. Subba Rao (Technical Member) allowed the