Prof. Ved Kumari, Vice Chancellor, NLUO
The Centre for Corporate Law is among the vibrant research centres at NLUO promoting interdisciplinary research in areas related to corporate law and related fields like insolvency, securities, competition law, etc. Corporate and Commercial Laws have become extremely important in today's world of increasing businesses, international trade and inter-dependence. These laws regulate the interaction of key market players such as corporations, investors, shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community, and the environment with one another.
Moreover, the advent of COVID-19 has drastically changed the market scenario. For instance, the suspension of the IBC for companies dealing with COVID-19 related stress or collateral-free loans for MSMEs or even the allowance of web-based Company meetings. Every minuscule fluctuation in the market climate has direct implications on Corporate Law. Corporate law plays a key role in every aspect of a business, right from a mere contract to massive foreign investment transactions.
Considering the volatile nature of Corporate Law, it becomes vital to study, discuss and debate every implication the market has on the areas related to Corporate and Commercial Law. Hence, the Centre for Corporate Law has initiated the CCL Blog, NLUO. The objective behind setting up the blog is to provide space for debate and dialogue on the latest developments in the Corporate and Commercial Laws. I wish all the success to this blog to achieve the objective of promoting quality legal research, dialogues, and debates on this very relevant subject.