This week saw major developments in the legal arena with the Supreme Court of India deciding on multiple important cases such as the Tata Sons case and the Parliament passing the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi Bill. We shall be travelling from India to New Zealand, Turkey and the United States to view various developments in policy, arbitration and intellectual property. Happy Reading!
’21 Week 12 (19/03 – 26/03)
- Post author By Abhishek Rajiv
- Post date March 29, 2021
- 2 Comments on ’21 Week 12 (19/03 – 26/03)
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