Mehak Ghaloth, Author at Lexresolv

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Mehak Ghaloth
Introduction COVID-19 has largely affected all domains of common life at different levels- individuals, entities, businesses, and governments. The pandemic has severely affected our court systems and alternative dispute resolution regimes. To ensure continuity of administration of conflict resolution, adaptability to the newly created pandemic environment seemed imperative. However, it is nothing unknown that this...
The principle of mediation is to offer the parties an opportunity to create or evolve their own solutions instead of relying on a third party to pass a judgment as to who is right and who is wrong. Mediation is thus a facilitated negotiation. The mediator may by himself facilitate the process by suggesting the...
Mediation is a well-known family conflict resolution. Family mediation is an impactful form of ADR, where the mediator (an unbiased third-party) assists the family/families in conflict to lay the course of negotiations. Family conflict resolution matters include- asset division, child custody, maintenance, matrimonial affairs, etc. The mediator encourages the parties in conflict to communicate with...
Mediation: Introduction There are various ways to settle any conflict, such as litigation, negotiation, arbitration, and for that matter even mediation. Mediation is one of the forms of alternative disputes resolution mechanism. It is an exclusive process wherein the parties typically resolve the dispute with the assistance of a third party, called the mediator. Mediation...
It is essential to choose to change with time, or else anything can become virtually defunct. Amendments to legislation are thus crucial to pump life and adapt to the consistently evolving industry/community demands. Based on the 1985 UNCITRAL, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 governs arbitration and conciliation in India. There has been massive development,...
With the prevalence of arbitration-friendly procedures, Malaysia is coming out as one of the plumped for arbitration seats in Asia. A number of factors contribute to Malaysia’s emergence as pro-arbitration leadership. These include important amendments to the country’s Arbitration Act of 2005, the Malaysian Judiciary’s orientation as pro-arbitration, and lastly, the advancement of the Asian International Arbitration Centre...
What is arbitration? Arbitration is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanism, which has been in existence since the 1980s. Based on the 1985 UNCITRAL, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 governs arbitration in India. It aims to modernize the arbitration law in India and bring it to par with international practices. In other words, it...
Problems in the workplace, at times, soar to the point that outside intervention becomes unavoidable if the employer and the employee fail to resolve their dispute cordially. To avoid such an extent of the dispute costing heavily and a tiring legal proceeding, both the employer and the employee readily agree to management by external professionals....
Introduction Various reports of the time have recapitulated the resurgence and strengthening of the conventional systems of dispute resolution concomitant with the call to forge ahead alternative mechanisms. Given the current situation of COVID-19, technology-driven and virtual platforms have become all the more important. Law Commission has argued that the millions of pending cases put...
When is arbitration used? Arbitration is just another form of Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanism, which has been in existence since the 1980s. Based on the 1985 UNCITRAL, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 governs arbitration in India. It aims to modernize the arbitration law in India and bring it to par with international practices. In...