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The latest arbitration judgments have been released, and they provide some interesting insights into how the courts are interpreting the law. Here are the lists of the top 10 latest judgments of the supreme court on arbitration Sanjiv Prakash v. Seema Kukreja, Judgment The Supreme Court of India has considered the limiting scope of Section...
Dispute Settlement in the United Arab Emirates generally refers to the process of resolving disputes between two or more parties. Dispute Settlement in the UAE can be either formal or informal. Formal Dispute Settlement usually takes place through a court of law, whereas informal Dispute Settlement is often mediated by a third party such as...
A dispute resolution clause can be found in practically all of your contracts. It’s typically dismissed as “just another minor boilerplate clause”. That causes your eyes to glaze over, yet it’s considerably more significant than you may believe. Whether or if your contract with your customers (and, of course, with your suppliers) stipulates that any...
Introduction about International Arbitration International arbitration is comparable to domestic court litigation. Except it takes place before private adjudicators known as arbitrators rather than a domestic court. It is a private, enforceable, consensual, neutral, binding, and enforceable method of resolving international disputes. That is often faster and less expensive than domestic court proceedings. International arbitration...
The most critical day of the case is mediation. Ironically, most lawyers go to law school with little training as to how to represent aside in the mediation system. They just watch and learn the cords through time, whether good or negative. Mediation is, however, far too crucial to learn by trial and mistake. Because...
Introduction The mediator aids and leads the parties in resolving themselves. The mediator does not decide about the results. But assists the parties to comprehend and concentrating on key issues to be resolved. In order to decide what the issues are and which is a fair solution for all parties, mediators are competent to examine the...
The future of arbitration is likely to be affected by a number of factors, including the increasing use of technology, the changing nature of dispute resolution, and the evolving role of arbitrators. Technology is likely to have a significant impact on arbitration. The use of video conferencing and other virtual technologies is likely to increase,...
During the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, even traditional courts started to hear the process endings through video conferencing. In using online dispute resolution as a method for resolving disputes. On the other hand, many issues related to compromised confidentiality of individual parties. And the actual ease of use of them all has its own advantage. Such...
Introduction When disputing parties agree that one or more individuals will decide on the issue after obtaining evidence. And hearing arguments is called arbitration (it is a private process). An arbitrator has the ability to decide on a disagreement, which distinguishes it from mediation. Similar to a trial, the parties make opening remarks and present...
Conflict management is a means of using an unbiased person to help team members address discrepancies. The goal is to alleviate tensions at the workplace before they become harmful. It contrasts in a more informal and flexible approach from disciplinary and grievance procedures. While serious differences in teams are probably infrequent and many people are...
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