MIAMI— Rivero Mestre is pleased to announce that Neha Dagley co-edited The Florida Bar International Law Section publication, International Law Quarterly, Vol. XXXVI, no. 3 (World Roundup and Section Scene). She also published three short articles, China’s new National Security Law overshadows freedoms for Hong Kong, Supreme Court of India enforces foreign arbitral award under a two-tier arbitration clause, and India bans use of Chinese apps featured under the World Roundup section for Asia and India.
For the last fifteen years, Neha Dagley has represented a wide array of entrepreneurs and corporations in commercial litigation and arbitration matters. She currently serves as chair of the India Subcommittee of The Florida Bar’s International Law Section Asia Committee and is a member of the International Law Section Executive Council.
The International Law Quarterly is a publication of The Florida Bar International Law Section providing substantive articles on international law and issues. First published over twenty years ago, the International Law Quarterly is circulated world-wide to thousands of international practitioners.
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