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Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution by DME in collaboration with LawEscort

Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution by DME in collaboration with LawEscort

Delhi Metropolitan Education (DME), Noida in collaboration with LawEscort, is organizing a Online Six-Day Workshop on Global Conflict and Dispute Resolution from Monday 6th September 2021 to Saturday 11th September 2021 About DME Delhi Metropolitan Education is a premier educational institute, affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), a State University based in India….

Alternative Dispute Resolution In India

Alternative Dispute Resolution In India

INTRODUCTION Judiciary is one of the most important branches of government along with legislature and executive. The main function of the judiciary is to give justice and to punish the wrongdoer.  In India, the judiciary is said to be the people’s protector. It is the only organ the people trust the most because it dispenses…

Rise in the relation between UAE and India, UAE is Reciprocating territory for India

Rise in the relation between UAE and India, UAE is Reciprocating territory for India

India has added one more step towards becoming a three trillion economy by declaring UAE as a reciprocating territory. The UAE has recently shown a major interest in investing in the Indian economy, UAE has recently made an arrangement to invest 75 billion dollars in the infrastructure sector and major investment in the agriculture sector…

Allahabad HC extends 12 months period for disposal of Arbitral proceedings; allows the release of prisoners on personal bonds due to non-availability of sureties

Allahabad HC extends 12 months period for disposal of Arbitral proceedings; allows the release of prisoners on personal bonds due to non-availability of sureties

In Residence Case PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION (PIL) No. – 564 of 2020 Petitioner: In re Respondent: State of U.P. Counsel for Petitioner: Suo Moto Hon’ble Govind Mathur, Chief Justice Hon’ble Siddhartha Varma, J. On Monday due to lockdown, the High court of Allahabad under section 29A[1] extended the 12 months period for the Arbitral Tribunal…

Cost Regime under Indian Arbitration Law

Cost Regime under Indian Arbitration Law

Section 31(8) of the Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996 was enacted to deal with the costs involved in the arbitration. However, with an increase in complex infrastructure contracts, the entire arbitration management became fraught with delay, escalation in cost and increased judicial interference mirroring the procedure of the courts. The investment and the business climate…

ARBITRATION AND ITS SCOPE

ARBITRATION AND ITS SCOPE

Arbitration is a dispute resolution process which acts as a means for disagreeing parties to come to an agreement short of litigation. This process involves settlement of disputes by involving third parties. It’s a dispute settlement mechanism which involves private entities such as ‘arbitral tribunals’. The primary objective or aim of it is to obtain…