INSOLVENCY & BANKRUPTCY
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 was enacted with a view to consolidate and amend the laws relating to reorganization and insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals in a time bounded manner. The main intention behind the code is to maximize the value of the assets of such persons, promote entrepreneurship, ensure availability of credit and balance the interest of all the stakeholders including the alteration in the order of priority of the payment of government dues.
NCLT & NCLAT
National Company Law Tribunal
The NCLT or Tribunal is a quasi judicial authority created under the Companies Act, 2013 to handle Corporate civil disputes arising under the act. The entity has the powers and procedures like those vested in a Court of law or a judge.
NCLAT or Appellate Tribunal is an authority provided for dealing with appeals arising out of the decisions of the Tribunal. It is formed for correcting the errors of the Tribunal. The decision of the NCLAT can further be challenged in Supreme Court.
Employee Stock Option (ESOP) means a right of an employee to buy shares of a company at a price fixed on the date of the grant. At the same time it is not an obligation for an employee to purchase the shares granted to him. ESOP works as a motivational tool to the employees and it can form part of the compensation package. It is an effective mechanism to attract and retain talented employees to an organization. It will enable the employees to create wealth by participating in the growth of the company.
Advisory on Corporate, Commercial , Business, Financial and Taxation laws
Appearing before various statutory and legal authorities and represent the parties
BRAND PROTECTION AUDIT
Protecting the brand name and other IPR rights in India as well as Internationally
Consulting on Corporate, Commercial, Business, Financial and Taxation laws