Recent Developments in Securities Litigation in India

  • Jhalak Nandwani and Ayush Tandon
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  • Jhalak Nandwani

    Assistant Professor at Auro University, India

  • Ayush Tandon

    Student at Chandigarh University, India

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This paper explores the evolving landscape of securities litigation in India, analyzing recent trends and their implications for investors, corporations, and legal practitioners. The abstract highlights the rise of class action suits, increased shareholder activism, technological advancements, and the impact of global regulatory dynamics on securities litigation. The analysis underscores the growing emphasis on investor protection, the challenges posed by algorithmic trading and cybersecurity breaches, and the need for harmonized approaches to cross-border transactions. The paper contributes to a deeper understanding of the changing contours of securities litigation and its role in shaping corporate governance and investor confidence in the Indian securities market.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 2313 - 2324


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