Committees Under Companies Act, 2013 And Securities Exchange Board Of India (Listing Obligations And Disclosure Requirement) Regulations, 2015

INTRODUCTION: A board committee consists of board members for supporting the board’s work. Committees are formed to perform specific expertise work. Members of the committee have expertise in specific field. Committees improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Board in areas where more focused, specialized and technical discussions are required. Committee function in accordance with the […]
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Importance of a Non-Disclosure Agreement

Often, the biggest concern of a business entity is  protecting its confidential information that keeps its business unique and competitive. Whether it be protecting the intellectual property at its early stages, or just wanting to keep early commercial discussions private, or ensuring that information may not be disclosed by the employees of the organisation, the solution […]
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Founders’ Agreement and its Importance

In today’s world, it is quite frequent to observe likeminded individuals engaging into partnerships in every spectrum of the business sector. Gradually, most of these partnership converts into a company with an aim to diversify and in order to expand the size of the business. Alternatively, many individuals also prefer to directly incorporate a startup […]
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Legal Recourse For Defamation

A. INTRODUCTION The essential concept of defamation law is that a person’s reputation, the respect in which he is regarded by society, the credibility and confidence it places in his knowledge, dignity, and ethics, all of these are important assets for him, and they ought to be protected by the law. The pursuit of reputation […]
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Compounding of offences under the Companies Act, 2013

Introduction: An “offence” shall mean any act or omission made punishable by any law for the time being in force. The “compounding” refers to the process of voluntarily admitting the contravention, pleading guilty and seeking redressal. A compounding of offense consists of three basic elements: (1) knowledge of the offence; (2) the agreement not to […]
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Compounding of offence under the Companies Act, 2013

Introduction: An “offence” shall mean any act or omission made punishable by any law for the time being in force. The “compounding” refers to the process of voluntarily admitting the contravention, pleading guilty and seeking redressal. A compounding of offense consists of three basic elements: (1) knowledge of the offence; (2) the agreement not to […]
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Webinar on Structural and Legal Aspects of Raising Growth Capital

This webinar discusses the structural and legal aspects of raising growth capital.Please click the link below to view the webinar:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4UHEmrmujQPlease click the link below to view the presentation:https://www.samistilegal.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/webinar-on-private-equity.pdf
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Presentation on Drafting Commercial Contracts

This presentation covers and discusses the aspects that involve the drafting of commercial contracts. Please view the presentation using the link herein-below: Author: Prashant Jain, Co-Founder & Partner Disclaimer: The content of this presentation is intended to provide a general guide to the subject matter. For any queries, the author can be reached at  prashant@samistilegal.in
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Procedure for Conversion of Private Company to Public Company

1. INTRODUCTION: Pursuant to provisions of Companies Act, 2013 (“Act”), a private company by its articles restricts the right to transfer its shares and limits the number of its members to two hundred. On the other hand, a public company has no such restrictions. A Company of any class already registered under the Act can […]
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Borrowings by Private Companies Under Companies Act, 2013

1.INTRODUCTION: Every company needs additional capital for its business from time to time. The company can meet such requirement of capital, to an extent, by the issue of share, and at times has to raise loans. Borrowing can be defined as a means through which companies arrange financial funds through external sources like bank loans, […]
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