Percival Billimoria

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National Chair and Partner in the Disputes, Regulatory, Advocacy and Policy Practice and Head of the Delhi Office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. Percy specializes in dispute resolution pertaining to commercial trans-national matters such as contracts, joint venture and project finance matters, oil and gas, power and infrastructure contracts, anti-trust and defending white collar crime cases. He also has extensive industry sectorial disputes experience and regularly appears before the Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT), Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT), the Company Law Board, Airports Economic Regulatory Authority Appellate Tribunal and various arbitral panels.

 

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Image credit: Scroll.in, September 26, 2017 This is the sixth blog piece in our series entitled “Those Were the Days”, which is published monthly. We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we have enjoyed putting this together. The need for “rule of law” to prevail is repeatedly espoused by today’s social and political commentators. In light of this, it is important to revisit the origin of the doctrine of “rule of law”, and understand…
Image credit: Scroll.in, September 26, 2017 Published here is Part II of the blog piece on the Indra Sawhney Case, which examines in-depth, the case of Indra Sawhney, the use of ‘caste’ as a factor in determining backwardness for the purpose of reservation, and the delicate balance between the needs of the society and the constitutional vision.   We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we have enjoyed putting this together. II.  The…
Image credit: Scroll.in, September 26, 2017 This is the third blog piece in our series entitled “Those Were the Days”, which is published monthly.  This is a two-part piece which analyses the Indra Sawhney Case – a case that is famous for both settling several issues and unsettling several others in the great Indian backward-class-reservation jurisprudence. Published here is Part I of the piece, which examines the legal history of affirmative action in India.    We…
Image credit: Scroll.in, September 26, 2017 This is the second piece in our series entitled “Those Were the Days”, which is published monthly. We hope you enjoy reading this as much as we have enjoyed putting this together. This post deals with Securities Exchange Board of India’s (SEBI) interpretation of the term “Unpublished Price Sensitive Information” (UPSI) arising from the alleged insider trading by Hindustan Lever Limited (now Hindustan Unilever Limited) (HLL) in its purchase…
Image credit: Scroll.in, September 26, 2017 Sociologists know that the formation and survival of civilization is conditional upon the universal adherence to a framework of acceptable norms and guidelines of human conduct and interaction. Moses therefore set out as God’s message, the directive to love thy neighbor, (so as not to have him for dinner) and also to not covet his wife (so that he may not make a meal out of you either). While…