SEBI Listing Regulations

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SAT interprets ‘ratification’ for variation in utilization of preferential issue proceeds

  • Taxmann
  • [2022] 140 taxmann.com 411 (Article)
  • July 2022

SAT interprets whether company can issue shares for ‘consideration other than cash’ against interest waiver

  • Taxmann
  • [2021] 127 taxmann.com304(Article)
  • May 2021

SAT – Contract cancellation having material impact warrants disclosures

  • Taxmann
  • [2021] 127 taxmann.com 313 (Article)
  • May 2021

SAT interprets materiality under SEBI (PIT) Regulations, partially upholds SEBI order

  • Taxmann
  • [2021] 127 taxmann.com 206 (Article)
  • May 2021

SEBI clears air over remuneration of promoter-executive director

  • Commercial and Financial Law Reporter
  • November 2020

‘Regulating’ listed Regulator for disclosures & transparency

  • IndiaCorpLaw
  • October 2020

SAT lays down parameters for disclosure of price sensitive information by listed cos

  • Commercial and Financial Law Reporter
  • August 2020

Whether Compliance Officer is liable for non-disclosures of events under SEBI LODR?

  • Taxmann
  • [2019] 110 taxmann.com 328 (Article)
  • October 2019

SAT’s Ruling Interpreting SEBI’s Powers to Issue Ex-parte Interim Orders – An Analysis

  • LawstreetIndia.com
  • April 2019

Clause-by-Clause Analysis of amended SEBI LODR Regulations, 2015

  • Taxmann
  • [2018] 94 taxmann.com 22 (Article)
  • June 2018

SAT ‘Strictly’ Interprets Takeover Code, Strikes Down Application Of SEBI’s Informal Guidance

  • LiveLaw
  • April 2017

SEBI proposes listing of start-ups with easier compliance norms

  • Taxmann
  • [2015] 130 SCL 68 (Mag.)
  • May 2015

SEBI’s Proposed Disclosure Requirements for Listed Entities: A Critical Analysis

  • LawStreetIndia
  • January 202

Supreme Court interpret ‘price sensitive information’, emphasises on ‘motive’ for enforcing PIT Regulations