Bhumesh Verma Legal Expert

Bhumesh is the Managing Partner of Corp Comm Legal, an Indian law firm. He is ranked among the Top 100 Indian corporate lawyers. He is advising domestic and foreign companies on M&A, joint ventures, corporate - commercial issues. Besides, he has written a book on Drafting of Commercial Agreements, has a couple of books in pipeline and trains students and professionals on Drafting Skills and corporate laws. He writes regularly on legal, business & other issues and is a guest faculty lecturer with educational institutes. Bhumesh holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Delhi and a further qualification in International Law and Legal Studies from College of Law, York.


Indian Government Constitutes Anti-profiteering Agency

Given the country-wide slowdown in economic activity due to implementation of Good and Services Tax (‘GST’), the government of India is trying to assuage the sentiments of industry, customer and public at large by reducing GST rates.


Save The World !

There is a big hue and cry over pollution levels in Delhi and its surroundings. It has almost become a gas chamber – tough to breathe or navigate in. Why has the situation reached these alarming levels?


Towards Better Corporate Governance in India

The Indian Government’s tirade against shell companies and its officers continues in full swing. As per the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), around 224,000 shell companies (companies remaining inactive for a period of two years or more) have been struck off from the Register of companies. This is about 15% of the total companies registered in India.


India Means Business

Backed up by government initiatives in the past 2 years and the resultant improvement in various parameters, India has jumped up 30 notches from 130 to 100 (out of 190 nations ranked in the list) in the latest edition of the World Bank’s global rankings on Ease of Doing Business.


Curtailing NRI investment in PPF/NSC

The government of India has revised the investment rules relating to investments by non-resident Indians (NRIs) in small savings schemes. The amended rules have been notified in a gazette notification.