CORPORATE LAW AND PRACTICE
(For Practice and Litigation before NCLT & NCLAT)


Corporate growth is crucial for the economic development of any country across the globe. Over the past decade, India has attempted numerous structural reforms in key areas of economic activity. The ambition behind such reforms is to smoothen the investment process and transform India into an Investor-friendly destination. One area of reform which has attracted much attention is adjudication of corporate disputes. Corporate Litigation has undergone monumental transformation since the enactment of new economic and business laws, i.e. Companies Act 2013, IBC 2016 and Competition Act 2002. The Companies Act 2013 led to the establishment of two new forums for adjudication of corporate disputes, viz. NCLT and NCLAT. As India takes major strides towards achieving its ambition, all eyes are set on these forums which would be the battlefield of major corporate disputes.

These new forums allow young Lawyers, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Cost Accountants and other professionals to pursue and carve exciting and immensely rewarding career opportunities. With new NCLT benches opening up and wide jurisdictional of these forums, covering disputes under Companies Act 2013, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 and Competition Act 2002, mean that there would be no dearth of opportunities for the professionals to grow, financially and in experience. However, absence of procedural knowledge, weak conceptual clarity, and intimidation due to use of technical jargons and lack of confidence, often discourage talented and skillful minds from pursuing a career in corporate litigation. Remember, that corporate litigation is completely different ball game where skill and craft often value more than bookish knowledge!

This course would give the audience an in-depth understanding of litigation procedures, rules and regulations that bind these forums. All of it, in simplest vocabulary where heavy jargons would be broken into understandable units. It will equip the professional aspirants with necessary tools and knowledge concerning corporate litigations in matters and appeals arising out of Companies Act, 2013, Competition Act, 2002 and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. The course would allow an opportunity to understand basic concepts, major types of corporate disputes, procedural requirements, jurisdictional complexities and administration of cases involved with these forums.

The course is a collaborative product of intensive research work and extensive deliberations between faculties of National Law Universities, Researchers of major policy think-tanks, Counsels of reputed international and national law firms and leading practitioners of NCLT/NCLAT.



KINDLY NOTE

  • We Accept 30 Students per batch.
  • All the batches are scheduled to be conducted from 13th July.
  • Next Batch will start only after completion of on-going batch.


WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?

  • Lawyers
  • Chartered Accountants
  • Company Secretaries
  • Cost Accountants
  • Students
  • Other professionals interested in the field


KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE COURSE

  • Companies Act, 2013
  • Competition Act, 2002
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
  • Corporate Litigation
  • Practice and Procedure
  • NCLT and NCLAT
  • Career counselling and discussion


DURATION - 6 Weeks + 1 Week for Career Counselling and Query Solving

FEES - 8000 INR




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COURSE FACULTY


Arpit Kumar Mallick
5 years+ Experience in Corporate Litigation
LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

About the Faculty

Arpit Kumar Mallick is a distinguished lawyer with an experience in corporate litigation and dispute resolutions of over five years. In the past, he has been associated with Delhi International Arbitration Centre (India) and has worked as an in-house counsel in the arbitration division of National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX) in India.
He is pursuing his LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution at the prestigious Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany. His thesis was on international investment arbitration under the supervision of Dr. Tillmann Braun. He is also interning at Pfromm Negotiations, Berlin (Germany), an exclusive consulting firm specialised in strategic negotiation consulting, skills development and conflict resolution for law firms and companies. He holds his LL.B. from University of Delhi (India).



KEY FEATURES OF THE COURSE:

  • Experienced Faculties
  • Guest Lectures from Academicians and Research Scholars from top Institutions.
  • Online Video Lectures/Live Lectures
  • Course developed by learned academicians and scholars.
  • Audio Video Presentations along with Electronic material, which can be printed for references
  • 24*7 Course Access
  • Assessment tasks
  • Study Material


*Students will get Certificate and Letter Head Report Card. Report Card will contain all the work and progress by the students.



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