Just when it looked like the corporate battle between Cyrus Mistry and Ratan Tata would not hit the courts, it turns out that Tata Sons approached the Delhi High Court via a "John Doe" petition.
A civil suit titled Tata Sons & Ors v John Doe(s) & Ors, and five interim applications, were listed before Justice RS Endlaw yesterday. By not naming Mistry (or any of his companies) as respondents, Tata Sons would have managed to evade the caveat(s) filed, which . . .
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