Understanding the interpretation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Interpreting the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 and sheds light on its significance in shaping the insolvency and bankruptcy landscape in India.

Proposed Amendments in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

The issues that are adversely affecting the efficiency and effectiveness of the resolution process and for increasing the possibility of resolution, value of resolution plan, and ending timely resolution.

Corporate Social Responsibility and its Insolvency

In the past few decades, business leaders as well as philosophers came up with a new phenomenon which is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Under CSR Businesses are responsible to the society that exists around them. And under CSR only it becomes their moral duty to safeguard that society and help that society to grow.

The attachment of assets by the ED under the PMLA Act is not permissible once a company has entered insolvency

Asset attachment by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) is critical in combating money laundering and criminal activities.

Threshold limit of the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process as per NCLT

There is no specific threshold limit for the NCLT Delhi under the IBC 2016. The IBC provides that a financial creditor, operational creditor, or the corporate debtor itself can initiate the insolvency resolution process with the NCLT.

The Conundrum of Reverse Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process

Reverse CIRP is still in an experimentation process and we should wait for more cases in which Reverse CIRP is applied and then observe its effect.

Promoters toiling with Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

Main reasons for the delay is the spate of litigations by the promoters. Once the CIRP order is passed, the promoters get into the action with the sole objective of getting back the company at a cheaper price.

Virtual Currencies Platform undergoing Insolvency in the Indian Scenario

The primary challenge to VC regulation is the uncertainty regarding their very nature– whether they can be considered goods, commodities, currencies, or property.

Insolvency Resolutions:  A special case for MSMEs

The government has introduced the pre-packaged insolvency resolution process (PPIRP) for MSMEs, which allows them to initiate an insolvency process with the approval of two-thirds of their creditors.


Being the least expensive and less time-consuming, Mediation is popular ADR in India. The mediator plays the role of a neutral party who helps the parties to have direct communication and assists in exploring the options and a mutually accepted agreement.

Crypto Assets and Insolvency

the legal status of cryptocurrencies in India is still unclear, and the lack of clear regulation creates uncertainty for investors and businesses operating in the industry.


The UNCITRAL Model Law has been strongly recommended for providing a wide-ranging solution for resolving cross-border insolvency issues.

Wages/salaries of only those employees who worked during the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process are to be included in CIRP costs, rules SC

The claims filed/to be submitted by the workers of the appellant must be decided upon and taken into consideration by the Liquidator even if RP has not submitted the claims towards the wages/salaries as part of CIRP costs.