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COVID-19: Trade Credit Insurance During Quarantined Trade

Background Over the years, a multitude of changes in the economy has increased the need for trade credit and enhanced the scope for the credit insurance sector, manifold. Particularly, Micro, Small, Medium enterprises have started largely relying on this model...

Demystifying the Limitation Period for Enforcing a Foreign Award in India

Introduction Divergent views were expressed by different High Courts on the issue of the limitation period for enforcing foreign awards. Until recently, the law on the limitation period for filing a petition seeking enforcement of a foreign award under the Arbitration...

Territorial Jurisdiction in the Context of Enforcement of Foreign Awards

The Delhi High Court in its judgment titled Glencore International AG v. Hindustan Zinc Limited OMP (EFA)(COMM) 9 & 10 of 2019 decided on 8th June 2020, examined the question of territorial jurisdiction of a Court in the context...

COVID-19- A Curious Case of Force Majeure

In these unprecedented times, where the world is grappling with the catastrophic COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the globe are witnessing their worst losses. Some are even looking at bankruptcies.  The magnitude of uncertainty surrounding supply chains owing to the COVID-19...

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CSL Chambers is a boutique law firm based in New Delhi, India with global capabilities through its close association with Clyde & Co. Headquartered in New Delhi, CSL Chambers offers effective and complete legal solutions to its domestic, as well as international clients throughout India. The firm's core practice areas include international commercial arbitration, insurance and reinsurance disputes, insolvency and bankruptcy, international trade and commercial disputes. The firm thrives on its global capabilities through its close association with Clyde & Co, a full service international law firm with over 50 offices worldwide.
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An Analysis of the Supreme Court of India’s Decision in Saurav Yadav v. State of Uttar Pradesh on Reservation

Reservation is one of the debatable realities of Indian constitution. This system got its roots from the exploitations due...
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Explained: The Political Crisis in Nepal

On December 20th, K P Sharma Oli, the Prime Minister of Nepal dissolved the Lower House Parliament of the country in an unprecedented move....

“Dismissal Without Inquiry Is Justified if Employee Did Not Prove Minimum Working Period”: Supreme Court

This case concerns the dispute relating to the termination of an employee without any disciplinary inquiry. Brief facts of the case The Respondent, Smt. Sureshwati was...

Can the Relatives of the Husband Attract Prosecution in Case of Triple Talaq?

The Supreme Court of India has recently made a judgement. It lays down that the relatives of the husband cannot be kept as accused...

“Rape Victim To Be Provided Shelter Due To Media Attention Prohibited Under Section 228A of the IPC”: Supreme Court

This case concerns the petition by a rape victim for rehabilitation as she was social ostracization.  Brief facts of the case In this case, a writ...