Insolvency — Important Cases
The insolvency and Bankruptcy code, 2016 has brought in a paradigm shift in the way insolvency cases are handled in India. It is essential for every law student, legal professional - as a solo lawyer, as a part of law firm, as a General Counsel, as a corporate advisor to keep himself abreast with this seminal law. A default under this law is a very practical threat to liquidation of a corporate entity.
With monthly updates this course brings you the latest case comments and developments in this growing area of law.
I often say to entrepreneurs, 'If Lehman Brothers were Lehman Brothers & Sisters, it wouldn't have gone into bankruptcy.'Shinzo Abe
- 1. “Existence Of A Dispute” Under IBC – Mobilox v. Kirusa
- 1.1 Mobilox Innovations (P) Ltd. v. Kirusa Software 1 (P) Ltd. 1
- 1.2 Mobilox Innovations (P) Ltd. v. Kirusa Software 1 (P) Ltd. 2
- 2. Limitation Act and IBC
- 2.1 Neelkanth Township & Construction (P) Ltd. v. Urban Infrastructure Trustees (P) Ltd.
- 2.2 Black Pearl Hotels (P) Ltd. v. Planet M Retail (P) Ltd.
- 3. IBC’s Primacy over State Laws—Directors’ position on IRP appointment
- 3.1 Introducing “Innoventive Industries Ltd. v. ICICI Bank
- 3.2 Understanding the facts and issues involved
- 3.3 Contentions
- 3.4 Understanding the Supreme Court’s decision
- 3.5 Analysing the decision
Advocate Charu Mathur has a rich and diverse expertise on corporate, commercial, civil, criminal and constitutional matters. She is Advocate on Record Supreme Court of India. Advocate Mathur is a regular practitioner before the Hon'ble Supreme Court and represented parties which include cricketing bodies and educational institutions like IIT Jodhpur, NLU Jodhpur, BPUT Orissa, MPUAT Rajasthan, private engineering and medicine colleges of Gujarat and Orissa.