Company Law Matters
Financial & Taxation
Capital Market Consultants
The proprietor of the firm is Mr. Deodatta Pandit.
The profile of CS Deodatta Pandit is as under:
Commerce Graduate, with a degree in Law and a Fellow member (FCS) of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India.
Associate member of Institute of Company Secretaries of India (Passed Final Exam in Dec. '98.)
LL.B. from Bombay University (1983).
B. Com from Bombay University (1977)
> Managed Legal Matters – Civil & Criminal, IPR i.e. Trademarks & Patents, Compliance Officer & Company Secreta
Managed IPO & associated issues;
Managed in-house - Entire company secretarial sphere of listed companies;
Contributed leadership to the team entrusted with the responsibility of disinvesting surplus land of Central Government Corporation and realized/gained over Indian Rupees 3500 Crores to exchequer;
challenged in the courts successfully, PIL filed by BEAG in the matter of thought-provoking Development Control Regulation no. 58, & additional property related litigations;
As an Estate Officer - as qausi-judicial authority functioning under the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act, 1971, decided several cases and the Appellate Authority (City Civil Court/District Courts) & the High Court upheld all of those cases in appeal favorably;
Demonstrated Leadership while managing and controlling the most adverse and do or die situation before the furious “Morcha” of over 1500 unauthorized occupants on NTC Mills’ land in Feb 2005;
As Company Secretary meticulously managed all functions under SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of Shares and Takeover) Regulation, 1997 while a Foreign Company took over shares and control in the Company overnight;
Managed Excises and customs law matters and in between 1979 & 1982, won a case against classification of products, which resulted in refund of over Rupees 60 Lakhs then to the Company. In addition, computerized and/or streamlined the Company accounting function, and
contributed policy inputs in the areas of Administration / HRD/
IR. Facilitated conclusion of settlements with the Trade Unions.
> In 1991-92 in coordination with then Commissioner of Excises & Customs at Bombay, represented to the Ministry of Finance as to how then MODVAT procedure was disparaging clearance of indigenous goods to Exporters located in Free Trade Zones & Export Processing Zones. Ensured a follow-up with the Collectorate/ Ministry of Finance and got amended the MODVAT Rules under the Central Excises & Salt Act, 1944. This amendment facilitated free of duty clearance of indigenous goods to Exporters located in Free Trade Zones & Export Processing Zones, which resulted in savings of lakhs of Rupees duties to my Employer and Trade in general all over India.
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