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The Supreme Court today dismissed review petitions filed by Cyrus Investments Pvt. Ltd. and Sterling Investments Pvt. Ltd. against the judgment of the court upholding Cyrus Mistry's removal as executive chairman of Tata Sons.
The dispute before the Supreme Court pertains to the removal of Mr. Cyrus P. Mistry as Executive Chairman of Tata Sons in 2016. Subsequently, the investment companies belonging to Mistry such as Cyrus Investments Pvt. Ltd. and Sterling Investments Pvt. Ltd., which are shareholders of Tata Sons filed a petition before the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Mumbai Bench, alleging oppression and mismanagement by Tata Trusts and Mr. Ratan Tata.
However, the NCLT ruled against Mistry and dismissed the plea. Thereafter, the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) overturned the decision of the NCLT and Tata Sons moved the Supreme Court challenging the order of the NCLAT.
The Supreme Court allowed the appeal filed by Tata sons on March 26, 2021 against which the instant Review Petition was filed on April 24, 2022 by Mistry which came up today in open court for hearing and the same got dismissed.
Mistry had also filed a separate application for expunction of remarks before the Top Court. The Court today agreed to expunge certain remarks made against Mistry but also directed that certain offensive paragraphs directed against the Court made in the application for expunction be deleted/withdrawn by Mistry.
Senior Counsels Harish N. Salve and Dr. A.M. Singhvi, appeared for Tata Sons. The counsels were assisted by advocates Dhruv Dewan and Avishkar Singhvi, and by a team from Karanjawala & Co. led by Ruby Singh Ahuja, Senior Partner and consisting of Tahira Karanjawala and Arjun Sharma and Ashutosh P. Shukla, Senior Associate.
Appearing for the side of Cyrus Mistry and his investment companies were C.A. Sundaram and Mr. Shyam Divan, Sr.Advocates.
Case title: Cyrus Investments Ltd Vs Tata Consultancy Services
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