UpHealth Holdings, Inc. Wins Ruling in Calcutta High Court, Mandating All Glocal Healthcare Respondents Submit Affidavits of Assets

May 24, 2024

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., May 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — UpHealth Inc. (“UpHealth”) (OTC: UPHL), a leading provider of comprehensive behavioral health solutions, today announced a significant legal victory in the Calcutta High Court on 21 May 2024. The Calcutta High Court dismissed the pleas from Glocal Healthcare Systems (“Glocal”) and several of Glocal’s officers and shareholders (together with Glocal, the “Respondents”) to submit their affidavits of assets, liabilities, encumbrances and pending litigations in a ‘sealed cover’. Furthermore, the High Court upheld the $110 million award issued by the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (the “ICA Final Award”), paving the way for UpHealth Holdings, Inc. (“Holdings”), a wholly-owned direct subsidiary of UpHealth, to enforce the ICA Final Award.

In an earlier ruling dated April 12, 2024, the Calcutta High Court mandated that all the Respondents, including Meleveetil Damodaran, submit detailed affidavits of their assets, liabilities, encumbrances and pending litigations. Pursuant to the recent ruling on 21 May 2024, dismissing the Respondents’ plea of confidentiality, Holdings has received these affidavits and is currently reviewing them, while continuing its efforts to enforce the ICA Final Award.

This ruling is a pivotal step in our ongoing efforts to uphold the integrity of international arbitration awards and provides further confidence to other foreign investors to continue to invest in India. We appreciate the Calcutta High Court’s clear stance against the fraudulent conduct exhibited by the Respondents, and we are committed to pursuing all necessary actions to reclaim our assets and continue our mission of providing high-quality healthcare solutions in India,” said Martin Beck, Chief Executive Officer of UpHealth.

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