Eshanee Bhattacharya

Eshanee is practicing in the areas of Corporate Commercial, Insolvency and Securities Law. She is an alumnus of the National Institute of Securities Markets. (MNLU Mumbai)

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Blockchain Technology and the Indian Legal Industry

The application of Blockchain technology is leading to discussions of its utilization in sectors like supply chain, pharma, finance, etc. This article attempts to explain the concept of blockchain technology, its types, its uses, and its application in the legal industry with emphasis on the Indian legal industry. I. Concept of Blockchain Blockchain is a method of storing……...

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Pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Process: Informal Route to Resolution

This article on “Pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Process: Informal Route to Resolution” authored by Eshanee Bhattacharya explains the Pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Procedure in tandem with UNCITRAL and  Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 with the latest amendments in the law. Background of the Code Formal insolvency processes, such as the Code’s Corporate Insolvency Resolution Procedure (“CIRP”), can take a long……...

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Shreya Singhal v Union of India: Case Comment

This case comment on “Shreya Singhal v Union of India[1]“ prepared by Eshanee Bhattacharya is one of the landmark cases where the Supreme Court of India laid down emphasis on the freedom of speech and expression[2]. The judgement struck down Section 66-A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 as violative of free speech and expression in a democratic setup….…...

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Economic Crimes: Legal Dimensions and Enforcement Mechanisms

Introduction Economic crimes are generally frauds and breaches of trust involving huge amounts of monetary transactions which jeopardize the growth of the organization, business relations between the organization, stakeholder trust and hold and to some extent destabilizes the government also. Economic crimes are as old as commerce and economics itself. Economic Crimes are also coined with the term……...

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Bennett Coleman v. Union of India: Case Analysis

The case of Bennett Coleman v. Union of India signifies the incumbent role of the press for mustering the Indian democracy and its vibrant Constitution. The Supreme Court of India in this case held that the freedom of the press is an important facet of the fundamental right of the freedom of speech and expression guaranteed under Article 19(1)(a)……...

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Case Analysis on Re: The Berubari Union, AIR 1960 SC 845

The case of Berubari Union was the Presidential Reference Under Article 143(1) of the Constitution of India, C.J. Justice Gajendragadkar delivered the unanimous opinion of the Court on the enforcement of the Indo-Pak agreement relating to the Berubari union and the exchange of enclaves submitted for consideration by a Bench consisting of eight judges headed by B.P.Sinha. This……...

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Counterfeit, Document, Valuable Security, Act and omission, Person, Offence, Illegal, Oath, Wrongful gain & wrongful loss, Dishonestly. Explain the terms as used in IPC

Question: Counterfeit, Document, Valuable Security, Act and omission, Person, Offence, Illegal, Oath, Wrongful gain & wrongful loss, Dishonestly. Explain the terms as used in IPC Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Counterfeit, Document, Valuable Security, Act and omission, Person, Offence, Illegal, Oath, Wrongful gain & wrongful loss, Dishonestly. Explain the terms as used……...

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Non Compete Clause – Validity and Enforceability

I. Introduction A non compete clause is well defined in contract law as a clause that is written into any deal between two parties, one of which is the employer and the other the employee. Due to the presence of this non-compete condition, the employee undertakes and accepts the employer’s condition that he will not be a rival……...

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Incorporation of Companies in India: Concepts and Incorporation Procedure

This article deals with the concept and procedure of incorporation of Companies in India. I. Introduction A Company is an association of many people who contribute money or monies worth to common stock and employed in some trade or business and who share the profit and loss arising the form. the common stock so contributed is denoted in……...

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Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPAC): Applicability in the Indian Legal Framework

I. Introduction Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) have arisen as a potential alternative to collect public funds from offshore markets. They are ideally tailored to start-ups, who otherwise find it difficult to excite conservative Indian retail investors. SPAC is a shell corporation with no operational activities and is managed by an established management team (with skills in a……...

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