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In 2018 the Chief Justice of New South Wales (NSW) addressed the question of whether we even need courts anymore or ADR, ODR, AI-DR is sufficient. The discussion was divided into various parts like: definitions of ADR, ODR, AI-DR, the influence of technology on courts, the influence of technology on ADR, andfuture challenges Artificial Intelligence...
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....
Alternate Dispute Resolution mainly denotes a wide range of dispute resolution processes that act as a means of disagreeing parties to come to an agreement without using the means of litigation. It is a collective term that refers to the ways in which the parties can settle disputes, with the help of a third party....
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...
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...
 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...
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 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...
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