THE DEFENSE OF ‘INNOCENT TIPPEE’ IN INSIDER TRADING LAWS IN INDIA

[By  Deepanshu Agarwal and Khushal Juneja . The authors are students of UPES Dehradun] Introduction Insider trading is the wrong of trading in securities with the favor of having asymmetrical access to unpublished information which when published would affect the price of securities in the market. The SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015 (“regulations”)…

DISSECTING THE RIGHTS ISSUE PROCESS: IS IT THE GAME CHANGER COMPANIES WISHED FOR?

[By Rudra Shandilya and Disha Chaturvedi] The authors are students at Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam Introduction Perceived by the common law from the nineteenth century, pre-emptive rights are allowed to the current shareholders in an entity, in proportion to their existing holdings, so that they could take part in the fresh proposal of…