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SC flays Govt’s claim of India’s arbitration potential

SC flays Govt’s claim of India’s arbitration potential

While arbitration seems to be the new mantra of a new India, with the government claiming that India is set to become the next...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

A Legal Sunrise

India is poised to enter the international alternative dispute resolution arena in a big way. But to seize the opportunity, Indian law firms must...
Arbitration

SC decides Mumbai as the sole seat of arbitration in India

When an arbitration deal exists between two parties, the jurisdiction of local courts will be overlooked ~By Rajesh Kumar The Supreme Court has clarified certain jurisdictional...
International Chamber of Commerce

Two Indians elected as arbitrators

In its new Young Arbitrators Forum, the International Chamber (ICC) of Commerce has named two Indian arbitrators. This is as per the ICC’s 2017-2019...

The Legal System Has To Re-engineer Itself, Technologically: Justice S Ravindra Bhat

The e-court system has its roots in a 2005 Supreme Court e-committee initiative, the “National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of Information and...
India needs an arbitration culture and a robust legal framework to emerge as a global hub for settling commercial disputes. Photo: UNI

Why India isn’t a global hub for arbitration

A global conference, National Initiative Towards Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India organized by NITI Aayog in New Delhi recently, identified the problems and...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

More Misses Than Hits

Though Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 has been amended, several lacunae still remain in the existing arbitral regime, creating confusion in the minds of...
That is the message behind China’s belligerent reaction to an adverse ruling by an international arbitration court over the South China Sea. Its sole agenda is dominance over seas.

Only Chinese suzerainty matters

That is the message behind China’s belligerent reaction to an adverse ruling by an international arbitration court over the South China Sea. Its sole...

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SC flays Govt’s claim of India’s arbitration potential

SC flays Govt’s claim of India’s arbitration potential

While arbitration seems to be the new mantra of a new India, with the government claiming that India is set to become the next...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

A Legal Sunrise

India is poised to enter the international alternative dispute resolution arena in a big way. But to seize the opportunity, Indian law firms must...
Arbitration

SC decides Mumbai as the sole seat of arbitration in India

When an arbitration deal exists between two parties, the jurisdiction of local courts will be overlooked ~By Rajesh Kumar The Supreme Court has clarified certain jurisdictional...
International Chamber of Commerce

Two Indians elected as arbitrators

In its new Young Arbitrators Forum, the International Chamber (ICC) of Commerce has named two Indian arbitrators. This is as per the ICC’s 2017-2019...

The Legal System Has To Re-engineer Itself, Technologically: Justice S Ravindra Bhat

The e-court system has its roots in a 2005 Supreme Court e-committee initiative, the “National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of Information and...
India needs an arbitration culture and a robust legal framework to emerge as a global hub for settling commercial disputes. Photo: UNI

Why India isn’t a global hub for arbitration

A global conference, National Initiative Towards Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India organized by NITI Aayog in New Delhi recently, identified the problems and...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

More Misses Than Hits

Though Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 has been amended, several lacunae still remain in the existing arbitral regime, creating confusion in the minds of...
That is the message behind China’s belligerent reaction to an adverse ruling by an international arbitration court over the South China Sea. Its sole agenda is dominance over seas.

Only Chinese suzerainty matters

That is the message behind China’s belligerent reaction to an adverse ruling by an international arbitration court over the South China Sea. Its sole...

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