Apoorvaa Paranjpe

DLA Piper


Results 1 to 5 of 8

The not-so-long arm of the law The Supreme Court of India recommends a reconsideration

India - October 20 2022 The Supreme Court of India in Cox and Kings Limited v. SAP India Private Limited & SAP SE GmBH has called into question the validity of the ‘Group of…

Hong Kong: disputes over pre-conditions to arbitration go to admissibility not jurisdiction

Hong Kong - August 10 2022 The Hong Kong Court of Appeal (CA) confirmed in C v D [2022] HKCA 729 that, in line with the generally held view of international tribunals and…

Audrey Lo, Ernest Yang

SEA Change Issue III: February 2022

Singapore - February 21 2022 We also look at stronger steps being taken in China to enhance whistleblower frameworks by (amongst other things) incentivizing the reporting of…

Maurice Burke, Sammy Fang, Andrew Robinson, Matthew Shaw, David Smail, Rishikeesh Wijaya, Ray Xu

No Win, No Fee: Singapore Embraces Conditional Fee Arrangements*

United Kingdom - February 21 2022 Boosting its popularity as a global arbitration seat, Singapore has passed a law that allows conditional fee arrangements (CFA) in international and…

Matthew Shaw

Privacy by design - India gears up for an overhaul of its data protection laws

India - December 17 2021 India is on the anvil of a comprehensive overhaul of its current data privacy regime once the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 (Bill) is enacted…