- Mar 28
The Big Short (Returns): Hindenburg vs. Adani
The primary (and intuitive) reason for investing in a company’s stock is the belief that its price will increase. However, there are...
- Feb 21
Sovereign Debt Restructurings: The Evaluation of Three Approaches
A New Wave of Sovereign Debt Defaults Sovereign debt, or public debt, is an important way for governments to raise capital for growth and...
- Oct 10, 2022
How ESG Concerns Turn Business Decisions into Moral Obligations: McDonald's Set to Leave Russia
Pressure on ESG A corporation's long-term health and prosperity is still a significantly undervalued figure when compared to short-term...
- Aug 5, 2022
Climate Change and Caremark in the Context of Fossil-Fuel Companies
Pursuant to the Paris Agreement signed in 2015, hundreds of countries have committed to battle climate change and adopt measures aimed at...
- Apr 11, 2022
Legal Update: Changes to the AML Landscape for Crypto Assets
Concern around the use of cryptoassets in connection with financial crime has intensified in recent years. A January report by...
Ananya Dhar Choudhury
- Nov 7, 2021
Are Covid Passports Closing the Door for Developing Nations?
At a recent informal meeting of the heads of delegations of the World Trade Organization (WTO), India raised concerns regarding the new...
Ananya Dhar Choudhury
- Mar 1, 2021
ICC Rules Of Arbitration, 2021: Heralding An Era Of Efficient Disputes Resolution
With the aim of moving “towards greater efficiency, flexibility and transparency” in the arbitrations administered by the International...
- Feb 23, 2021
Brexit's Impact On The UK’s Foreign Investment Regime In Light Of The New EU-UK Trading Relationship
The tale of the United Kingdom’s (“UK”) split-up with the European Union came into light in June 2016 as a consequence of a closely...
- Nov 23, 2020
Life After LIBOR
“Libor is like the ivy that has grown through the house- ripping it out could crash the financial system. Removing it requires...
- Nov 12, 2020
"Fonds de Pérennité": A Viable Substitute to the Dutch Poison Pill in French Unsolicited Takeovers?
Over the past few weeks, the so-called “Dutch poison pill” made headlines with Veolia Environment’s unsolicited takeover bid of its rival...