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Format: Video
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: English
Date Added: 2022-03-23
Search Category: eProducts
Jurisdiction: Indian

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Company Law Essentials: Module 1 - Introduction to Company Law

Companies are one of the most sought-after business structures across the globe. The Corporate Law Essentials courses comprise 5 detailed modules and aim to equip learners with the fundamentals of corporate law, its development and practice. The present module deals with the origin and growth of the company structure, its essential features, key distinctions compared to other forms of businesses, types of companies, fundamental documentation, promotion, incorporation and relevant key legal authorities. The other four modules deal with securities, directors and management, meetings and winding up respectively.

This course is specifically designed keeping in mind the syllabi of leading Indian law schools. Practitioners can use this as a refresher course, and anyone taking competitive examinations such as CS and CA may also take this course. In addition to the videos, this course also comprises examination pointers, assignments, mind maps, flashcards, full texts of relevant sections and links to the full texts of cases on SCC Online.

Company Law Essentials: Module 2 - Prospectus, Shares and Debentures

The objective of this module is to equip you with the following concepts:

1. Types of shares
2. Types of debentures
3. Issue of securities
4. Prospectus

You will find an in-depth analysis of practical situations where a company may decide to raise its capital through shares and debentures. How the company may decide to issue its shares and debentures forms an integral part of this module, comprising 20 videos and references to relevant sections of the Companies Act, 2013.

This course is specifically designed keeping in mind the syllabi of leading Indian law schools. Practitioners can use this as a refresher course, and anyone taking competitive examinations such as CS and CA may also take this course. In addition to the videos, this course also comprises the following:

1. Examination pointers
2. Assignments
3. Mind maps
4. Flashcards
5. Full texts of relevant sections
6. Links to the full texts of cases on SCC Online.

Company Law Essentials: Module 3 - Directors & Key Managerial Personnel

It has long been recognized that effective corporate management is quintessential for the effective deployment of shareholder capital. This ultimately contributes to the growth of a company and the economy. Good corporate management is critical to strong corporate governance. The quality of a company's governance and growth depends largely on the effectiveness of the boards. oversight of the business and its stakeholders, and of course, the competence to look beyond.

Easier said than done, the position of a director comes with significant responsibilities with respect to executive management and the overall direction of the company. The Board acts both as a trustee and agent of the company and is relied upon by shareholders and the capital market. Corporate governance also calls for setting up various board committees to focus on specialized activities. And the directors sit on one or more of such committees to carry out the duties and responsibilities pertaining to the committee.

But the directors don't necessarily engage in the day-to-day operations and compliance of the company. Their job is primarily to supervise the company and make strategic decisions and not really micromanage. It is the key managerial personnel who are actually responsible for the day-to-day operations and compliance. So, while the Board sets the goals and objectives, it is the key managerial personnel who actually work towards achieving the goals.

Company Law Essentials: Module 4 - Meetings

Corporate meetings are significant in the development and efficient management of an organisation. As we know, a company is a separate entity from that its members. Since it cannot act on its own, the members who constitute it take important decisions on its behalf. At the same time, it must ensure that its stakeholders are given an opportunity to participate in discussions that impact the organisation. Meetings give the members, directors, shareholders, and other stakeholders an opportunity to express their opinions and concerns with regard to the management of the company's affairs. Strategic planning, policy decisions, and evaluation of stakeholders' interests are some of the key issues that are taken up during the meetings. Corporate meetings, unlike regular business meetings, call for more structured and detailed compliance under the Companies Act. This course discusses the meaning, definition and classification of meetings under the Companies Act.

Company Law Essentials: Module 5 - Winding Up

Just as a company comes into existence through a legal formality called incorporation, its activities cease and the company's life comes to an end through a process called winding up. The process would broadly involve realising the company's assets and paying off the debts of the company expeditiously and fairly. This is not all. Even after the winding up is complete, the company continues to exist. This legal existence comes to an end only after the court orders the dissolution of the company. The winding up of a company may be due to several factors including its financial position. The process of winding up and dissolution involves legal technicalities and procedures. This module on Corporate Law deals with the winding-up process. The course comprises a discussion on the understanding of the reasons for winding up, petitioners for winding up, summary procedure, liquidator and dissolution.

In addition to the videos, this course also comprises examination pointers, assignments, full texts of relevant sections and links to the full texts of cases on SCC Online.

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