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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...
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...
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 Arbitration gives parties the ability to arrange their conflict settlement on mutually agreed terms that are precisely tailored to their relationship, hence, allowing them to resolve complicated problems quickly. Parties can choose their decision-maker (typically a person with particular experience) and identify the arbitrable issues, and specify the processes to be employed in the...
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...
  Arbitration Lawyers secure and help Legal Experts, Quantum Experts, and Appropriate Witnesses relevant to the case. It is not an unusual place in worldwide arbitration to apply the offerings of professionals to opine on technical matters, quantum, and different issues, in addition to applying witnesses to guide the data of a case. Here we...
What is international arbitration? International arbitration is a process by which parties get their disputes resolved by an impartial tribunal. The New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (‘New York Convention’) prevails over the international arbitration proceedings. The arbitrator derives his authority from the agreement between the parties while a...
Introduction  The advantages and disadvantages of arbitration are present in this article. Arbitration has played a significant role in India’s history. Previously as well, parties in a dispute would present their cases to a panel of wise men, therefore creating a system known as the Panchayat system.Read Also – Arbitration Definition and Process Various independent...
Over this past decade, the abuse of the process of international arbitration has become a predominant factor in negotiations between countries. The field of international arbitration is now being plagued by misconduct and riddled with procedural disputes[1]. There has been a significant rise in the abuse of international arbitration. The usage of the worst kinds...
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