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Credit Course for Corporate Laws and Taxation

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Two Credit Course On Corporate Laws

CBLT is delighted to announce the successful completion of the credit course on Corporate Laws and Taxation. Grateful to have gained in-depth knowledge on the legal and taxation frameworks governing corporate entities. Thankful to the professors and fellow students who made this achievement possible.

The course covered the following modules:

1. Corporate Governance

2. SEBI and Investor Protection

3. Mergers and Acquisitions

4. Law of Insolvency and Bankruptcy

5. Banking Law

6. International Trade Law

7. Indirect Tax

 

The Resource Persons delivering the course:

  • Ms. Trishita Dasgupta, Principal Associate at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & C0, session on Effectiveness of insider training laws in India, identifying and addressing legal lacunae

  • Mr. Sangram Malik, Legal Officer, SEBI, session on: Quasi-judicial powers and functions of SEBI: some insights

  • Ms. Anshika Gupta, Associate at Lumiere law partners, session on: Introduction to GST: Pre-GST tax structure, deficiencies, and reasons for the transition

  • Mr. Ravin Kapur, Senior Associate at Trilegal, session on: Factors to be considered while preparing a resolution plan under IBC

  • Mr. Nikhil Suresh Pareek, Projects and Infrastructure team of Dentos Global Law firm, Abu Dhabi and Principal associate at Phoenix Legal, Delhi, session on: Structuring and Negotiating merger and private equity deals

  • Ms. Roopa Lamba, General Counsel, Head of ethics and compliances rolls Royce India and South Asia, session on: Corporate Governance: Investigation of corporate frauds by SFIO

  • Mr. Harsh Shukla, managing associate at BMR Legal Associates, session on: Indirect Tax: Concept of time, value and place of taxable supply

  • Mr. Mrudul Dadhich, session on: Mergers and Acquisitions- Structuring and negotiating Merger and private equity deals

  • Ms. Vrinda Pareek, associate at Shardul Amarchnd Mangaldas, session on: Resolution of commercial disputes through arbitration and mediation

  • Adv. Tushar Behl, Independent Counsel, session on International Trade Law

  • Dr. Charu Mathur, AOR Supreme Court, session on: Regulation of cryptocurrency in India

  • Mr. Nipun Singhvi, Founding Partner NSA Legal, session on: Resolution process- role and challenges before a resolution professional

  • Mr. Mayur Jugtawat, Practising Advocate, session on; Evolving position of personal gurantors to corporate debtors in the CIRP

  • Adv. Mohit Khandelwal, session on: Introduction to the CIRP and Rights and liabilities of guarantors in the insolvency regime

  • Mr. Kapil Sankhla, Managing partner at Sankhla & Associates

  • Mr. Gautam Kumar Bhargava, Principal Associate at Khaitan & Co.

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