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Private Mergers and Acquisitions (Private M&A) stand at the intersection of law and commerce, driving significant change and innovation in the corporate world.
“Digital Personal Data Protection Act” (the “Act”) came into being as the President officially enacted it after receiving approval from both houses of the Indian Parliament. This momentous development heralds the establishment of a distinct legal framework within India.
Embarking on a business venture is an exciting journey that requires careful consideration of various aspects, including one of the most crucial decisions: selecting the right legal structure.
Expanding a business into international markets offers immense growth potential, but it also introduces a myriad of legal complexities that require careful consideration.
Non fungible tokens (NFTs) are digital assets ranging from toilet papers and tacos to art and music. These new assets are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptocurrencies.
An overview of the proposed legislation in India In July, a Committee set up by the Ministry of Finance to study issues related to virtual currencies, submitted its report.
Recently, the government introduced the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment Bill), 2021 in the Lok Sabha. The Bill is set to replace the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code Amendment Ordinance
As per the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, there were 34,235 One Person Companies out of a total number of about 1.3 million active companies in India, as of 31 December 2020.
Joint Employment is a scenario where there are two entities acting as a person’s employer. These entities are collectively known as Joint Employers, and usually comprise of a direct employer who has a say in all matters.
Equalisation Levy was introduced in India in 2016, with the goal of taxing the digital transactions i.e. the income accruing to foreign e-commerce companies from India.