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SNG & Partners

SNG & Partners

Established in 1961, SNG & Partners enjoys a legacy of more than 50 years in the legal profession. With principal offices in Mumbai and New Delhi, the firm also has branch offices in Singapore and Qatar.

Extension beyond 270 days: New attempt at resolution

By Aniket Sawant and Medha Unadkat, SNG & Partners

Homebuyers’ arsenal adds financial creditor status

By Aditya Vikram Dua and Satish Anand Sharma, SNG & Partners

Restrictions eased for related-entity lending

By Soumyajit Mitra and Kawaljeet Kaur, SNG & Partners

Ministry’s move mystifies financial services sector

By Devyani Dhawan and Mohit Yadav, SNG & Partners

Judgments resolving issues facilitate resolution process in India

By Aditya Vikram Dua and Satish Anand Sharma, SNG & Partners

Insolvency ordinance: A boon or a bane?

By Amit Ronald Charan and Satish Anand Sharma, SNG & Partners

New liquidation waterfall: A sea change for creditors

By Satish Anand Sharma and Aditya Dua, SNG & Partners

Information utility: A vital cog in the code

By Rahul Sud and Satish Anand Sharma, SNG & Partners

Real estate test for the new insolvency code

By Rahul Sud and Satish Anand Sharma, SNG & Partners

New act poses challenges for real estate project financing

By Rahul Sud and Aditya Vikram Dua, SNG & Partners

Correspondents

Financial services firms hit by minimum capitalization

By Shinoj Koshy, L&L Partners

TV outlets and distributors face new regulatory regime

By Jaya Singhania, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Bond investment guidelines a relief for foreign investors

By Sawant Singh and Aditya Bhargava, Phoenix Legal

Features

Fighting for control

Competition and telecom regulators tussle over jurisdiction

Practitioner’s perspectives

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Hyundai case: A lesson for CCI

Atul Dua and Anupam Sanghi analyse why the competition regulator’s order was set aside

Legal discord?

An examination of the overlap between the competition regulator and courts on IP disputes

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Court’s role in insolvency cases

Subodh Sadana and Bhuvan Arora analyse judicial intervention in insolvency resolution

Vantage point

Training for a better tomorrow

Why Indian lawyers may not be competitive internationally