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Significant Judgments On Arbitration And Conciliation Act, 1996

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Arbitration Act) consolidates and amends the arbitration law and enforcement of the foreign arbitral awards. The legislative intent and essence of the Arbitration Act is to bring domestic as well as international commercial arbitration in consonance with the UNCITRAL Model Rules, the New York Convention, and the Geneva Convention. […]

Online Dispute Resolution challenges for contemporary justice

Importance of ADR in IP Disputes

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are exclusive rights given to the creator over its creation for a specific time period. The infringement of IPR leads to IP disputes. IP disputes can be resolved through ADR, it can be opted by the parties either through mutual consent or court order. There are numerous advantages of ADR such […]

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Online Arbitration Practices In India

The core principles of arbitration are autonomy, consent, fair treatment, confidentiality, etc. These principles have to remain intact in both virtual and in-person arbitration. The aim should be to hold hearings effectively. Therefore, owing to the circumstances different arbitral bodies have issued press releases to seek suggestions on online arbitration practices. Read Also – Sample […]

Effective Negotiation with Emotional Intelligence

Effective Negotiation with Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to perceive, use, understand, manage, and handle emotions. There are five elements of emotional intelligence to use during negotiation. They have been provided below. 1. Self-Awareness Self-awareness is one of the most crucial skills. Becoming self-aware takes conscious and constant effort. The average person experiences emotion 90 percent […]

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Six Successful Strategies for Negotiation

The blog covers six successful strategies for negotiating that may be used in business. These strategies for negotiating pertains to: 1. Negotiation is a continuous process One needs to understand that negotiation is a continuous process and not an individual event. Successful negotiating results are a product of good relationships. These relationships need time to […]

Online Dispute Resolution challenges for contemporary justice

Top 10 Dispute Resolution Skills

Introduction Dispute resolution refers to various processes that can be applied to resolve disputes and conflicts. It focuses on ways to resolve disputes without approaching the court. It is mostly used to resolve issues in families, housing, neighborhood, business, personal injury, employment, consumer, housing, and environmental disputes. Mostly, people prefer dispute resolution to approaching the […]

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Do Arbitrators have to be Lawyers?

 An arbitrator is like a judge who issues a legally binding award to the parties entered into arbitration. However, a judge and an arbitrator cannot be misunderstood for each other as arbitration and litigation are two different things entirely. The process of arbitration is less formal and both parties agree to the choice of the […]