Daiichi Arbitration Case Bares Trail Of Deception At Ranbaxy
Incriminating details in an arbitration order against the former Ranbaxy top brass led by the Singh brothers has put the spotlight back on allegations of misrepresentation of critical information concerning the US Department of Justice (DoJ) and FDA investigations against the Indian company at the time of its takeover by Daiichi Sankyo. The Singh brothers, who have challenged the award, though, have cried foul, questioning the timing of the apparent leak of the "confidential" award ahead of a court hearing.
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