Future Retail, Reliance Retail and Amazon conclude their arguments before the Delhi High Court.

#Thread on the key developments and arguments so far.

Amazon initiated arbitral proceedings alleging violation of contractual obligations. @PayaswiniLLB
Emergency Arbitrator passed an interim order in favor of Amazon; directed Future Group to not proceed with its deal with Reliance. @PayaswiniLLB
Experts weighed in on the enforceability of interim relief and whether Emergency Arbitrator's directions are binding on Future Retail. @PayaswiniLLB
Future Group approached Delhi High Court seeking an injunction against Amazon to stop it from interfering with regulatory approvals for Reliance deal. @PayaswiniLLB
Introduced Samara Capital which submitted a term sheet but found Future Retail hobnobbing with a restricted person, Amazon argued. @PayaswiniLLB
Amazon’s assertion to statutory authorities that Emergency Arbitrator’s interim order is binding is complete fabrication and amounts to unlawful interference, Future Retail responded. @PayaswiniLLB
Consent forms the basis of arbitration and Emergency Arbitrator's interim order has efficacy, senior advocate Gopal Subramanium argued on behalf of Amazon. @arpanc_

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