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Legal pulse (corporate): SC rules that NCLT will deal with all Companies Act matters (UPDATE-1)

The Supreme Court has ruled today that all Indian company-related cases should be transferred to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) from high courts and company adjudication bodies throughout the country, by upholding the validity of a 2002 amendment to the 1956 Companies Act.

Legal Pulse: Radical arbitration reforms, int'l arbitration-meddling Satyam case to be history

India's law ministry has proposed to nullify the controversial Supreme Court judgement of Venture Global Engineering vs Satyam Computers Services by amending the Arbitration Act and preventing Indian courts from challenging international arbitral awards. Other proposals include making institutional arbitration mandatory for disputes over Rs 5 crores and narrowing "public policy" in light of the ONGC v Saw Pipes case.
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