The Hindu Business Line covers Neerav Merchant’s views on India’s options to challenge the Vodafone tax case

by | Sep 30, 2020

Neerav Merchant, partner at Majmudar & Partners spoke to The Hindu Business Line about the Vodafone International Arbitration case against India. According to him, India does not have many options to challenge the award.

He opines that “It will not be easy for India to challenge this award, primarily, because it was pronounced unanimously by all arbitrators including the one nominated by India.”

His thoughts have been covered in detail in the article, which can be read here.

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