Our team of distinguished corporate lawyers in Gurgaon deals in the following areas of corporate law:
- Companies Law;
- Competition Law;
- Arbitration Law;
- Banking & Finance;
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Private Equity;
- Securities Law;
- Venture Capital;
- Intellectual Property Rights;
- Aviation Law;
- E-Commerce Laws;
- Foreign Exchange Laws
- Insolvency and Bankruptcy;
- Real Estate Laws;
- Labour and Employment Laws.
For corporations and stockholders alike, the external environment in which they operate has become increasingly complex over the last few years. Raised regulatory requirements placed on businesses in recent years have increased the costs and complexity of overseeing and managing a company’s operations, as well as introducing new operational, regulatory, and compliance difficulties. Furthermore, many Indian businesses have a global presence; they communicate with investors, suppliers, customers, and government regulators all over the world, and they do so in an age where immediate communication is the standard.
Fundamental changes in shareholder involvement, which has become a core and crucial topic for companies, their boards, managers, and investors in the early twenty-first century, have also formed the contemporary climate. In recent years, corporations have engaged in unprecedented levels of proactive interaction with their large shareholders. Many institutional investors have also stepped up their engagement activities, devoting large resources to governance concerns, corporate outreach, voting policy development, and examination of proposals on their portfolio firms’ ballots. Furthermore, general levels of shareholder activism are at all-time highs, putting enormous pressure on targeted corporations and their boards of directors.
The law firm believes that the responsibility of shareholders extends beyond disclosure. We perceive a growing belief that further shareholder empowerment is impossible without some accountability for the purpose of long-term value development for all shareholders. Moreover, we believe that shareholders should not use their investments in Indian companies for purposes that are not in keeping with the purposes of for-profit public enterprises, including but not limited to the advancement of personal or social agendas unrelated and/or immaterial to the company’s business strategy.
We at The Law Codes believe that this concept of shareholder responsibility and accountability will—and should—become an integral part of modern thinking relating to corporate governance in the coming years, and we look forward to taking a leadership role in discussions relating to these important issues.
Our Law Firm’s corporate lawyers in Gurgaon make sure that there is a compliance of business rules and regulations by the company.