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Freezing Injunctions in Commercial Disputes

[Niranjan Sankar Rao is a fourth year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) student at Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat] In this post, I attempt to differentiate between the approaches taken by the Bombay and Delhi High Courts on freezing injunctions. This subject … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Dropped into Freezing Waters During Botched Rescue – Continued

Today, a number of newspapers in the U.K. published articles about an incident we reported on April 6th – Cruise Passenger Dropped into Freezing Waters During Botched Rescue – involving a seriously ill British passenger from the Ocean Countess cruise … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Dropped into Freezing Waters During Botched Rescue

A newspaper in the U.K. reports that a seriously ill British passenger was inadvertently dumped into freezing waters off of the coast of Norway during what is described as a "bungled cruise ship rescue." The Champion newspaper reports that a … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Dropped into Freezing Waters During Botched Rescue

A newspaper in the U.K. reports that a seriously ill British passenger was inadvertently dumped into freezing waters off of the coast of Norway during what is described as a "bungled cruise ship rescue." The Champion newspaper reports that a … Continue reading

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Cruise Passenger Dropped into Freezing Waters During Botched Rescue

A newspaper in the U.K. reports that a seriously ill British passenger was inadvertently dumped into freezing waters off of the coast of Norway during what is described as a "bungled cruise ship rescue." The Champion newspaper reports that a … Continue reading

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