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The Code on Social Security, 2020 and its relevance to the Insolvency Law – By Chidambaram Ramesh

Sweeping reforms are taking place in the labour laws. The second National Commission on Labour (2002), under the chairmanship of Ravindra Varma, was assigned with the task of proposing a type of umbrella legislation to cover the unorganised workers, particularly regarding wages, hours of work, working conditions, safety and social security. The Commission reviewed the current labour legislation and proposed that it be reconsolidated into broader classes such as industrial relations, wages, social security and welfare and working conditions. It emphasised the need for uniform and adequate social security coverage to prevent compromising workers’ basic needs. It suggested the simplification and unification of current laws towards this end. As a result of these recommendations, the Parliament has enacted the Code on Social Security, 2020.

A Judge cannot import any personal information or perception without disclosing the source of such information or perception in the Judgement – Analysis of NCLT Delhi-II Judgment in Worldwide Metals (P) Ltd Vs JP Engineers (P) Ltd. dated 7th October, 2020 – By Adv. Partho Sarkar

(By Adv. Partho Sarkar, can be reached at sarkarpartho@yahoo.com)  Analysis of NCLT Delhi-II Judgment in Worldwide Metals (P) Ltd Vs JP Engineers (P) Ltd. dated 7th October, 2020 Case: Worldwide Metals (P) Ltd Vs JP Engineers (P) Ltd.  in IA/4208/2020 & 2…

The termination of PPA does not appear to be justified because the physical entity of the Solar Power Project working in conjunction with the PPA becomes necessary for maximization of the value of assets – Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd. Vs. Yes Bank Limited – NCLAT New Delhi

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Whether an application for initiation of CIRP of a Corporate Debtor in respect of default committed before 25.03.2020 but filed before 05.06.2020 would be maintainable in view of the express bar created by the Section 10A – Ramesh Kymal Vs. M/s. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Power Private Limited – NCLAT New Delhi

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