Month: July 2020

Hostile Minority Shareholders: Statutory Squeeze-Out; the Last Resort?

General Corporate, M&A and VC/PE

Introduction During the early stages of a company’s life, Founders needing funds generally give away equity to multiple small investors – be it their wealthy neighbour, friends, or some angel investors. But, once the company and the business flourish, procuring funds becomes relatively easier. Often Founders may also wish to exit the business by sale

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Considering Litigation in India | Part IV – Counsels work with facts!

Corporate Disputes

This article is in continuation of the earlier articles that discuss various aspects one must bear in mind while seeking to litigate before courts in India. As outlined in the earlier article, it is imperative for a business to anticipate a dispute well in advance and plan the best approach for it.

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