PPE Manufacturer To Repay $10M In Health Care Gloves Row

Law360, London (July 19, 2021, 4:06 PM BST) -- A glove manufacturer has agreed to return $10 million deposited by a health care provider for a massive batch of protective gloves that should have been provided at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, as part of a $305 million lawsuit.

IGC International Pte. Ltd. has agreed to return the money to the Indo UK Institute of Health, a partnership between hospitals in Britain and health care providers in India, in connection with a High Court lawsuit over millions of boxes of gloves that were not delivered. 

IGC has admitted that it must repay the deposit and will avoid an upcoming court hearing...

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