IBC Laws Article Submission Guidelines
We welcome contributors’ post on Indian Insolvency Laws, SARFAESI and Debt Recovery Laws & Corporate Laws including analysis on economics. The Authors who like to be Part of IBC Laws and get their article published on our website can mail their article to us and we will publish the same with due credit to the author.
The following is an indicative list highlighting the scope of the articles:
- Insolvency & Bankruptcy Laws
- Debt Recovery laws/SARFAESI/RDB Act
- Dispute Resolution & Litigation
- Companies Act
- Arbitration Law
- Corporate Laws
- Banking Laws
For Publication of Your Article on http://www.ibclaw.in e-mail your articles at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content of email:
E-mail your article at email@example.com in MSWord document format. E-mail body must content below declaration cum Undertaking:
“I, (name), (qualifications/designation in the firm) am interested in getting my article published at your website http://www.ibclaw.in. Vide the instrumentality of this mail, I submit my article titled “(title of article)” to be considered for publication. I confirm that the work represents my original contribution, and that it has not been copied or plagiarized in whole or in part from other works and if any quotes have been taken from other sources then proper citation with link of the material has been provided.”
Provide Author(s) details to be published in the article:
Name with qualification/designation:
Other details(if any):
PFA the word document of the article, Kindly acknowledge the mail.
Contact details (prefer WhatsApp No.)
- Article in MS Word. File name- Article heading
- Professional photo(optional)
- LinkedIn Profile(optional)
Guidelines for Authors cum Undertaking
Copyright & Disclaimer:
- The Author must comply his/her professional code of ethics/conduct in his/her name, suffix, professional qualification, firm name etc. IBC Laws shall not be responsible for any misconduct.
- The article must be original contribution of the author. It should be ensured that the article sent is original and does not infringe copyright of any person/institute, etc. In case of any such infringement, the author of article shall be personally liable for such infringement and any consequent damages.
- The views expressed in these articles solely are the authors’ and the opinions expressed within the content are solely the author’s and do not reflect the opinions and beliefs of the IBC Laws.
- The Copyright of the articles is with the respective author(s).
- Any portion or part of these articles can be reproduced, copied or used, in whole or in part, after giving due credit to the publisher (IBC Laws) and the Author.
- In case contributors have any actual or potential conflicts of interests in relation to the subject matter of their contribution, that must be disclosed.
Consent for exclusive publication:
- It is to be ensured that the article is sent exclusively to IBC Laws for publication on its website (www.ibclaw.in).
- The article must not have been published elsewhere, and must not have been or must not be sent elsewhere for publication, in the same or substantially the same form.
- The IBC Laws/the Editor of the IBC Laws has the sole discretion to accept/reject an article for publication on its website or to publish it with modification and editing, as it considers appropriate. Contributors must work with the editors to incorporate suggested revisions and comments.
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