New regulations unveiled on 31 August 2023 provide guidance on arbitrations at the India International Arbitration Centre. The regulations provide for procedures which are aimed at achieving fast, fair and efficient conduct of arbitration.
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The case of Anupam Mittal Vs. People Interactive (India) Pvt. Ltd highlights the significance of the National Company Law Tribunal’s exclusive jurisdiction for claims for oppression and mismanagement and throws light on the Indian Courts’ approach to issues of arbitrability and anti-enforcement injunctions against orders of foreign courts.
Last week saw a flurry of activity around the announcement that both houses of the Indian parliament had passed the Mediation Bill.
The text of the bill, as passed by parliament, is not available yet. What is available is the text of the bill as introduced in parliament nearly two years ago in 2021. This text sets out some important proposals on both when and how mediation should be used.
In recent years, India has embraced a pro-arbitration approach, making international arbitration the preferred method for resolving disputes between Indian corporations and global entities. Many of these arbitrations lead to …
When it comes to art disputes, perhaps the most obvious example that comes to the mind is that of copying the work of another person. In fact art can give …
Date of Decision: 17th May 2023 Division Bench Of Delhi High Court Corum: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Vibhu Bakhru Hon’ble Mr. Justice Amit Mahajan An arbitral award was awarded in favour …
In its recent ruling, the Bombay High Court reiterated the need for a written agreement between the parties if one of them objects to the unilateral appointment of an arbitrator by the other.
Although the Indian Supreme Court has tackled some of the conflicts around the validity of arbitration clauses for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, clarity is still required on how such clauses should apply
The Hon’ble Karnataka High Court pronounced a judgement which allowed parties foreign to Indian jurisdiction to enforce international commercial arbitration awards passed in countries that are a signatory to the NY Convention and that are reciprocating territories with India.
Shreyas Jayasimha, founder and managing partner at Aarna Law, recently spoke at a webinar hosted by the American Arbitration Association on Disputes Involving Blockchain and Crypto Assets: Recent Strides.