Tag Archives: India

Comparing Cross-Border Insolvency in the United States and India

By: Asia Ifill The rise of multinational corporations and international business deals demands that countries around the world refine their legal framework for adjudicating cross-border insolvency proceedings. Much of the jurisprudence examines how courts of different jurisdictions interact with each other to resolve insolvency proceedings when creditors and debtors reside in different countries. Specifically, the […]

India and Pakistan at the ICJ: Espionage, Human Rights, and the Baloch

Ramya Ramachanderan – In May 2017, India initiated proceedings before the International Court of Justice (“ICJ”) against Pakistan alleging the violation of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (“VCCR”) when Pakistan’s military court detained, placed on trial, and sentenced to death, an Indian national, Mr. Kulbhushan Jadhav.[1] The Pakistani Court had sentenced Jadhav to death in […]