In modern-day contemporary world, most businesses function under the corporate legal framework. The corporate framework enables business to undertake business initiatives with limited personal liabilities. The corporate framework also lays down various boundary-positions within which businesses need to conduct their affairs.
Conducting the regular affairs of a business or undertaking a restructuring exercise, the implications of corporate law on an entity cannot be undermined. The team at Bathiya, having worked on various corporate engagements endeavours to cover the transaction dynamics from a corporate law perspective. The partners of the firm are also equipped to appear at various National Company Law Tribunals which act as a quasi-judical forum for corporate law matters.
The corporate law team at Bathiya also assists businesses in compliances in relation to foreign exchange laws, securities laws, competition laws, etc. to ensure a business initiaitve is also in complete compliance with the letter and spirit of the regulatory requirements of India.
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