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A Treatise on Contraventions under Companies Act, Securities Laws and FEMA (Second Edition)

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    Author(s)Dr K S Ravichandran
    PublisherBloomsbury India
    EditionSecond Edition
    Publish YearMarch 2019


    Bloomsbury India A Treatise on Contraventions under Companies Act, Securities Laws and FEMA (Second Edition) by Dr K S Ravichandran

    Key Features
    Amendments by the Companies (Amendment) Second Ordinance, 2019 and Companies (Adjudication of Penalties) Amendment Rules, 2019 have been taken into account and explained.
    Carries a brief account of duties and liabilities of Directors and liabilities of a company including a tracing of the origin of the concept of limited liability.
    Provides a detailed analysis of “Continuing Offences”.
    Compounding of offences, Adjudication of Penalties and Prosecution against offences under the Companies Act, 2013, Securities Laws and the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 comprehensively explained as a practitioner in these subjects.
    Contains a comprehensive discussion on frauds in a separate sub-chapter.
    Provides a detailed analysis of various penal clauses and their peculiarities,
    Covers inspection, investigation, search, and seizure under the Companies Act, 2013, Securities Laws and Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999.
    Contains a complete account of powers of the Securities and Exchange Board of India in conducting enquiry, issuing directions, adjudging penalties and prosecuting for contraventions under the Securities Laws and Regulations thereto.
    Relief and remedies against prosecution and proceedings for contraventions under the Companies Act, Securities Laws and FEMA.
    Detailed discussion on the Settlement of Proceedings under Securities Laws amended with effect from 01st January 2019.
    Contains a complete account of Contraventions under FEMA and Regulations thereto on Confiscation of Foreign Assets and Enquiry, Investigations and Prosecutions by the Enforcement Directorate.
    Covers latest most relevant case laws until February 2019.
    About the author
    Dr. K.S. Ravichandran, M Com, LLB, FCS, PhD, has been into practice as a Company Secretary since 1994.
    He holds a doctorate from the Department of Management of Alagappa University on Prosecution of Directors under the Company Law and Criminal Law in India and UK, a Diploma in Electronics and Radio Communication Engineering and a Diploma in Technology.
    He is a member of the International Association for Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Insol International – a global organization for specialists in turnaround and insolvency matters and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is a member of the Core Group constituted by ICSI for formulating the Vision Plan 2022. He was a member of the Secretarial Standards Board of the ICSI.
    He regularly appears before the National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, Competition Commission of India, Trademarks Tribunals, Intellectual Property Appellate Board, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Arbitral Tribunals and Adjudicating Authorities, and other Tribunals and Appellate Tribunals. Several cases argued by him have been reported and oft quoted in Law Journals.
    He was a member of the Expert Sub-group constituted by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for studying suggestions relating to chapters of the Companies Act, 2013.
    He has authored several books on Secretarial, Securities and Management Audit, Prosecution of Directors –
    1. Secretarial, Securities and  Management Audit;
    2. Prosecution of Directors and Officers under Company Law – Relief and Remedies;
    3. Secretarial Audit of Compliances under Economic, Labour and Securities Laws;
    4. The Limited Liability Partnership Law in India;
    5. Related Party Transactions under the Companies Act, 2013;
    6. Corporate Social Responsibility – Emerging Opportunities and Challenges in India;
    7. Offences under Corporate Laws – Compounding, Adjudication, Prosecution and Relief & Remedies.
    He was a Specialist Editor for over 100 Chapters of Company Law Procedures by M C Bhandari.
    He has been a speaker in more than 500 conferences, seminars and workshops and has authored hundreds of articles published in various journals.
    Dr. Ravichandran had served the Indian Air Force for more than nine years as a specialist in Russian radar systems and had also been a lecturer in Commerce department of the Government of Arunachal Pradesh at Pasighat.