a. Prior regime and necessity for laws on insolvency
b. How to decide whether to invoke SARFAESI, RDBA or IBC?
a. Meaning of ‘creditor’ and types of creditors
b. Division of chapters under the Code
a. Classification of creditors
b. Financial creditors vis-a-vis operational creditors
a. Being an insolvency professional
b. Teaming up with the resolution professional
c. Being a specialised insolvency lawyer
a. What are information utilities and the laws regulating them?
b. What are the services provided by information utilities?
c. What services do information utilities provide to insolvency professionals?
d. Who appoints and pays information utilities?
e. Who can access information stored with information utilities? What is the procedure to do so?
f. Is it mandatory for a creditor to sign up with the information utility?
g. Significance of information utilities in coming days
h. How to register oneself as an information utility
a. Difference between winding-up and liquidation
b. Changes brought about by IBC vis-a-vis winding-up provisions under Companies Act, 2013
c. Is ‘inability to repay’ a determinant while choosing route between Companies Act and IBC?
d. What does a Companies Act winding-up petition seek? Is it different from an application for liquidation?
e. Types of costs and their position in the waterfall mechanism
f. Timelines for completion of winding-up/liquidation process
g. Report of the liquidator
a. Procedure of CIRP
b. Timelines under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process