Corporate Law In India: Reflective Aspects And Developing Scenario

Amit Kumar Kashyap

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  • ISBN: 9789352220175

  • No. of Pages: 382

  • Imprint: Regency Publications

  • Publisher: Regency Publications

  • Year: 2018

This book is collection of essays on emerging legal issues in corporate & allied laws, researched & written keeping in mind the effects of globalization on corporate governance and highlights the response of Indian Legislature & Regulators through financial sector reforms in the form of New Companies Act 2013, Legislative measures to ease doing business in India & interpretations of latest SEBI regulations in various chapters. The book presents lucid exposition to the contemporary corporate law issues in such manner that generate interest among legal scholars. This well-timed study which uses perspectives of young corporate law scholars around nation to highlight and provide critical analysis of innovations in corporate governance adopted in India. The segments of this book are divided into five parts to address the research themes including evolving jurisprudence of corporate law, financial market reforms, competition law, make in India, corporate governance & corporate frauds.

xviii364., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm

Amit Kashyap is Head of Centre Corporate Law Studies & Assistant Professor of Law at Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. Earlier he has been Director of Centre for Banking Investment & Taxation in Gujarat National Law University & Assistant Professor of Securities Law. He acquired post Graduate degree in Law & Finance from National Law University, Jodhpur & acquired Diploma in International Economic Law, from University of Barcelona, Spain. He is also Consultant to various firms like cyberra legal services, Ahmedabad, IIFS Pvt. Ltd. Ahmedabad & EEIG-Global Commercial Licence, Europe. He has practical experience of working in prestigious institutes like IIM, Ahmedabad & companies like Kotak Mahindra Bank, Mumbai.

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