This week saw several developments in the field of Insolvency, arbitration, criminal law and matters affecting the international legal landscape. Updates from International law include China’s sanctions on the US for condemnation of Uyghar Muslims, and a French Court’s decision to fine a pharmaceutical giant in a multi-decade drug scandal. In India, the Supreme Court provided instrumental updates on matters arbitrable in insolvency disputes, the POSCO Act and much more. Happy Reading!
’21 Week 13 (27/03 – 03/04)
- Post author By Abhishek Rajiv
- Post date April 4, 2021
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