INDIAN JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW AND POLICY
Indian Journal of Corporate Law and Policy is a double-blind peer-reviewed, Triannual Journal. It is published by the Society for Progress in Research, Education and Development in Law (SPRED LAW) which is registered under The Societies Act, 1860 (Reg. No. LUC/09322/2019-2020).
The Journal aims at providing in-depth coverage of the corporate legal issues and policy reviews in India. It focuses on supplementing the corporate structure of India with the best quality reviewed research papers, researched articles, policy reviews, and researched blogs by students, academicians, research scholars, and practitioners which will be published after a double-blind peer review policy by the specific departmental field experts.
The journal aims to cover different areas of Corporate Law which will include the following:
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS & THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IN CONTEXT WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
ABSTRACT Living in a connected world, working in a digital, mobile manner using cloud computing services, for instance, is still very new to many in
CROSS BORDER INSOLVENCY- STATE BANK OF INDIA v. JET AIRWAYS (INDIA) LTD
Abstract Globalisation has established a high degree of interdependence between nations and their respective companies. Cross-border insolvency is a matter of immense legal importance for
Perpetual Succession — A Detailed Study
Abstract This paper is a study of one of the main topics related to Company Law Perpetual Succession. In this article one of the most
THE IMPACT OF DIVIDEND PAYOUTS AND CSR ON FIRM VALUE – INDIA
ABSTRACT The investigation of 115 Indian listed corporations (ILCs) from 2009 to 2012 shows that the dividend payout policy and the signalling of voluntary corporate
Intellectual Property Rights in the Metaverse
Abstract: Metaverse is the new oil. Intellectual Property rights being the product of human curiosity and intellect, their protection within new ‘virtual worlds’ is of
RBI RATE HIKE – HOW IT IMPACTS EQUITY INVESTMENTS & FINANCIAL SECTOR?
ABSTRACT The repo rate is the rate at which the RBI gives loans to commercial banks. It is a weapon to control inflation in the