Published in The Litigator, Journal of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, Spring 2004; and in OBA Young Lawyers Division, February 2004, Vol. 11, No. 2.

Published in Ontario Bar Association Journal, Labour Relations Section,
February 2004, Vol. 6, No. 3.

Published in Ontario Bar Association Journal, Labour Relations Section,
May 2004, Vol. 6, No. 4.

Published in Ontario Bar Association Journal, Citizenship & Immigration Section,
May 2004, Vol. 7, No. 3.

Published in Ontario Bar Association Journal, Labour Relations Section,
August 2004, Vol. 7, No. 1.

“The author has a grasp over the subject and the book will be an asset not only for a layman who is facing a disciplinary proceeding but also for regular practitioners.”
– Mr. Justice G.B. Patnaik, Judge, Supreme Court of India – August 30, 1997

“The book very aptly reflects the author’s academic acumen with a proper mix of his pragmatic approach based on actual conduct of such inquiries in practice. In this lies the real contribution and utility of the book. I am sure that all concerned will find this Book to be quite handy and useful as an indispensable tool.”
– Mr. N. Vittal, Central Vigilance Commissioner, Government of India – September 2, 1999

“Although, there is plethora of case laws touching on different facets of disciplinary proceedings having significant bearing on the legality and sustainability, yet the manner and the mode in which such enquiry should be conducted has not been exhaustively dealt with at one place.”
– Economic Times, Book Review – September 1999

“The principles of natural justice and the modalities of conducting domestic enquiry have been brought out clearly and unambiguously.”
– Dr. L. Mishra, Secretary to Government of India, Ministry of Labour – August 11, 1997

“It has come out extremely well and I am sure it will prove useful as a reference for all those who are concerned with domestic enquiries as disciplinary authority, enquiry officer, presenting officer, and defence assistant.”
– Mr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Finance Secretary to Government of India – July 15, 1997

“I am frankly lost in astonishment at the thoroughly researched document which you have produced and must compliment you for the painstaking work it must have involved.”
– Dr. P.J. Nayak, Executive Trustee, UTI – June 25, 1997

“It explains how the principles of natural justice and disciplined conduct reflect in the entire proceedings of disciplinary action on the part of the employer.”
– The Hindu, India – September 25, 1999