Karan Singh

Karan Singh

A legal writing enthusiast, a wanderer, and a zealous reader. After gaining a lot of knowledge about the diverse legal topics and developing research skills, Karan joined the league of legal content writers to deliver quality-rich blogs.

Key Considerations in Transitional Service Agreement in M&A

A Transitional Service Agreement is an agreement from a purchase agreement that is made between the seller & buyer of a company or entity. Transitional Service Agreement makes a crucial factor of Mergers and Acquisitions transactions. When an entity is sold, there may be some obligations on the part of the seller that has to […]

SEBI (LODR) Regulations 2015 – Related Party Transactions

In a company, whether a public or a private, listed or unlisted companies, at the time of course of their business, enter into dissimilar transactions with more than one party. Consisting of its concerning parties. Having transactions with the concerned parties is a standard rule of any business. By taking into account the relationship, related […]

Law on the Facilitation of Online Copyright Infringement – An Overview

In this digital period, the internet has become vital for Copyright Protection. Copyright Infringement is a significant threat in the area of cybersecurity. It goes afar, especially with the developing or emerging technology by content sharing whereby one can use the unique established and safeguarded work for one individual benefit. However, to protect unique or […]

A Complete Guide on SFURTI Scheme

SFURTI Scheme (Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries) was launched by the Indian Government and Ministry of MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) in 2005 to encourage cluster development. Cluster Development shall enable conventional industries to be more productive & profitable. SFURTI plans to establish CFCs (Common Facility Centers) for generating sustained employment […]

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Difference Between Small Finance and Payment Banks in India

In India, the Reserve Bank of India permits two banking licenses to financial organisations for different objectives and provides financial services to various clients. Besides the Universal Bank License, commercial banks such as Axis, ICICI, HDFC, etc. The Reserve Bank of India grants what is known as the Differentiated Bank License to cater to niche […]

RBI Loan Restructuring for MSME up to Rs 50 crores

Due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) provide some relief by doubling the limits of loan restructuring for MSME (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise) and small borrowers up to Rs. 50 crores. According to the Government data, today, the condition for MSME is not bad as it […]

Complete Understanding of Copyright Societies

IPRs are the exclusive rights that are provided to an individual for their creations in musical, scientific, artistic, etc. Intellectual Property (IP) is a product or item of the human creative mind. The extent of IP is broadening very fast with the passing of each year. The word IP has been identified globally via various […]

An Overview of Amendment to SEBI ICDR Regulations 2021

Under Section 11 (1) of SEBI Act, 1992, to safeguard the interests of investors has announced a notification on 9th June 2020 to deliver assured relaxations in ICDR Regulations, 2009 concerning FPO (Further Public Offer). The announced notification is issued to all the registered Merchant Bankers and to all the acknowledged Stock Exchanges. This blog […]

Collaboration of NBFC with the Financial Companies

After the massive crisis in the IL&FS (Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited), it is an Indian infrastructure development & financial company; RBI introduced a robust regulation. However, relatively more prominent Non-Banking Financial Companies have been suffering credit crisis for the past two years, whereas small and medium-sized Non-Banking Financial Companies have done good and […]

SEBI Changes Norms for Independent Directors Appointment and Removal

With an opinion to authorise or allow independent directors of registered companies or entities, the SEBI (Securities Exchange Board of India) revised norms for independent directors concerning their removal, appointment, and compensation intended to deliver more say to the shareholders. The declaration was made after a board meeting held on June 29, 2021. In this […]

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