June 29, 2021
IBC16 invites submissions from students for blog posts exclusively covering the NCLT and NCLAT judgments from the months of May & June 2021.
(NO REGISTRATION FEES)
For the first time, we are trying to introduce a bottom-up approach to scholarship on judicial decisions. The judgments from the higher judiciary tend to attract most of the media and scholarly attention, and for good reason. But we believe that a more rigorous examination of the NCLT and NCLAT decisions could pre-emptively highlight tricky legal areas.
The top three entries will be published on IBC16, in addition to receiving:
First Prize of Rs. 3250/-
Second Prize of Rs. 1750/-
Third Prize of Rs. 1000/-
Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts. They will be looking for submissions that –
Section X, IBC16’s judgment search portal, has got your case law research covered – the only place online where you can find and download any NCLT/NCLAT judgment with just a click.
Guidelines for Submission
You can submit your entries here till 2359 hrs on 15 July 2021.
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Summaries of the noteworthy orders passed by the various NCLT benches in IBC matters ~ By Aaryan Mohan & Vinisha JainJuly 3, 2021
In the matter of Adhunik Metaliks (Cuttack Bench (10.01.2020)) Facts The Liquidator of Adhunik Metaliks Ltd. (CD) filed an application under Section 60(5) of the Code read with CIRP Regulations, 2016 and Rule 11 of the NCLT Rules, 2016. Through this application, the Liquidator sought clarity on the treatment of claims received between 18 […]December 22, 2021
A summary of the Supreme Court judgment in the matter of Innoventive Industries v Union of India ~ By Sara JainJune 23, 2021
The Insolvency Law Committee, in its October 2018 Report on Cross Border Insolvency (‘ILC Report’) has recommended the insertion of Part Z to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 (‘IBC’) as the framework for Cross-Border Insolvency, modelled after the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency Resolution. The Central Government had entrusted the task to propose […]November 26, 2021
Delhi Bench The decision of the Liquidator to conduct an e-auction on the advice of the Stakeholder’s Consultation Committee cannot be appealed, before any decision is made by the Adjudicating Authority: D.R. Corporation (Proprietorship Firm) v. Ravi Kapoor Liquidator of City Tiles Ltd. & Anr. The Liquidator had initiated an e-auction on the recommendation of […]July 8, 2021