According to the current Protocol, hearings are effectively held on the bench. Technical member VP Shin is another member of the bench.
Judge Chima was appointed to the judiciary of NCLAT on September 11, 2017 and chaired from April 19, 2021. His term, which was scheduled to end on September 20, abruptly ended on September 10, and Judge M. Benugopal became acting chairman of the Court of Appeals from September 11.
The move was challenged by Judge Chima in front of the Supreme Court. The government said Thursday that it would be allowed to serve until September 20 to announce the verdict before the Supreme Court approves it.
During the hearing, the Supreme Court also warned the government that the 2021 Referee Reform Act would remain suomotu.
Judge M Venugopal continues to appear on the NCLAT website as Deputy Chairman and Judge Cheema as Deputy Chairman.
Judge Chima began his lawyer career in the Akola district of Maharashtra in September 1977, after which he joined the state’s judicial services and engaged in a variety of duties.
He was the Registered Director of the Bombay High Court and was the Registered Director of the Supreme Court from November 1999 to April 2007. He was then promoted to Judge of the Bombay High Court in May 2013 and dilapidated in September 2016.
NCLAT has remained permanently headless for over a year and a half.
Judge M Venugopal is a former judge of the Madras High Court. He joined the Tamil Nadu Judiciary Service on June 5, 1997, and was subsequently promoted to the High Court in November 2007, where he served for 11 and a half years.
nclat: The day after the SC hearing, Judge AIS Cheema took office as Deputy Chair of NCLAT.
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