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Call For Papers: RGNUL Book Series On Corporate Law And Corporate Affairs (Issue IV): Submit By September 20

Manav Malhotra
24 July 2020 5:54 AM GMT
Call For Papers: RGNUL Book Series On Corporate Law And Corporate Affairs (Issue IV): Submit By September 20
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The RGNUL Book Series on Corporate Law and Corporate Affairs is a bi-annual, student-run, peer reviewed book series based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, established in the year 2016. RGNUL invites papers for its book series on corporate law and corporate affairs.

Theme: "Mergers & Acquisitions"

  1. Interplay between M&A and other disciplines
  2. M&A: Corporate and Security Law considerations
  3. M&A vis-à-vis Competition Law: Striking the balance in light of recent amendments
  4. Interface Between Corporate Governance and M&A
  5. Role of Intellectual Property in promoting M&A
  6. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) as a trigger for M&A activities
  7. Mergers in the Banking sector and its effect on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises ("MSMEs")
  8. M&A: A Global Perspective
  9. M&A in the global marketplace: Investigating current trends, legal challenges and corporate implications
  10. Impact of government laws and practices on M&A: A comparative study between developing and developed countries
  11. Global M&A trends with reference to the landscape in America and Europe
  12. M&A vis-à-vis the Digital Ecosystem
  13. M&A and the Big Data industry
  14. M&A in E-commerce Sector/ Technology sector: Addressing the Privacy concerns
  15. Role of Artificial intelligence in M&A
  16. Hostile Takeovers
  17. Defensive Tactics vis-à-vis Hostile Takeovers: An Indian Perspective
  18. Rights issue and Creeping Acquisitions
  19. Anti-takeover provisions (ATPs): A process of Inducing Corporate Innovation
  20. M&A in distressed assets: Impact of the Pandemic
  21. Forced acquisitions in the MSME sector
  22. Due Diligence in M&A transactions
  23. The relevance of Due-Diligence in M&A to prevent foreseeable harm
  24. Non-Disclosure Agreements and Due Diligence in Takeovers: Pitfalls and Challenges
  25. Tracing the Contours of Material Adverse Change (MAC) under M&A transactions
  26. Importance of Environmental Due Diligence in current times
  27. M&A vis-à-vis Rights of Stakeholders
  28. Protection of shareholders in Cross Border M&A
  29. Impact of M&A on the operating performance and shareholders wealth of the acquiring firms
  30. Challenges to workforce management in M&As
  31. Earnout in M&As: Way to break the deadlock
  32. Miscellaneous
  33. Diversification via M&A: Incentives and Challenges
  34. Cross Border M&A: Risks and Rewards
  35. M&A deal-making amidst Stock Market Volatility

Please Note: The above-mentioned list for sub-themes is merely illustrative and not exhaustive, and hence any other submission pertinent to the theme shall be accorded consideration.

Submission Categories

  • Descriptive Articles: A comprehensive and thorough analysis of issues relevant to the theme. The word limit for articles is between 5,000 to 8,000 words.
  • Essays: They should give a detailed argument-based analysis of the subject matter being dealt with. Essays should generally cover areas which remain unexplored. The word limit for articles is between 3,000 to 6,000 words.
  • Short Notes: These should contain brief, case and point arguments revolving around a specific, current issue, or an issue of importance which may have not received due research. The word limit for articles is between 3,000 to 5,000 words.
  • Case Comments: An academic writing that analyses or is a critique of a recent case. The word limit for commentaries is between 3,000 to 4,000 words.
  • Normative Law Articles: The authors may provide opinion relating to the specific Legislation's involved in the theme of the issue and provide relevant suggestions, criticisms or loopholes which are prevalent. The word limit shall not exceed 6,000 words.

Submission Guidelines

  • All submissions must be accompanied with an abstract of not more than 10% of the word limit subject to a minimum of 200 words.
  • The co-authorship shall be limited to a maximum of two authors.
  • The manuscript should be accompanied with a covering letter specifying the author(s)' name, designation, institute, contact number and email for future reference.
  • The manuscript should not contain the name of the author(s) or his/ her institutional affiliation or any other identification mark.
  • Submissions should be emailed at [email protected] with the subject, "Submission for RBS, Vol. IV". All entries should be submitted in .doc or .docx formats along with a pdf copy of the same.
  • The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions or views stated in the submitted Manuscript.
  • All manuscripts would be checked/scrutinized for plagiarism by the Editorial Board. Infringing, offensive or plagiarized submissions will be liable for rejection. Plagiarism limit of 12% shall be strictly adhered to.
  • The last date for submissions is 20th September 2020 (11:59 pm)

For any queries Email Editorial Board at [email protected]; or contact

Chaitanya Kumar Verma (Editor-in-Chief) at 8825255021 and Shruti Jaju (Managing Editor) at 9001058984

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