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14 June 2019 | Post in: Mediation and Conciliation

Farm Debt Mediation for India

By Krusch P Antony
Farm Debt Mediation is a hope for Indian farmers in distress, whereas the jargon of Farm Debt Waiver is the prevalent custom. Farm Debt write –off in the banking and finance segment are so common, and the terminology frequently find place in the election manifestos. This article is exploring the possibility of Farm Debt Mediation for India.

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13 June 2019 | Post in: Arbitration - International and Domestic

BOARD OF CONTROL FOR CRICKET IN INDIA V. KOCHI CRICKET PVT. LTD. – A MARCH TOWARDS EFFECTIVENESS OF ARBITRATION IN INDIA

By KARTIKEY SANJEEV BHALOTIA & SANDEEP GOLANI
This paper would analyse the Hon’ble court’s judgement and try to put forth its implications on the current scenario of dispute resolution in the country.

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10 May 2019 | Post in: Miscellaneous

Resolving Disputes in International Construction Contracts

The international nature of the construction sector coupled with the complexity of large projects is a fertile breeding ground for misunderstandings between the parties involved. Resolution of the disputes through the courts can be both time consuming and disruptive to the projects progress. Alternative dispute resolution methods are available which can be quicker and more […]

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20 April 2019 | Post in: Arbitration - International and Domestic

The Emergency Arbitrator

By Philip Teoh
Urgent action may need to be taken prior to the constitution of the tribunal to preserve evidence, goods which may be perishable, indirect publishing of confidential information by commencing legal action, all of which will defeat intended arbitration.

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20 April 2019 | Post in: Arbitration - International and Domestic

Arbitration Clause and Stamping of a Contract

By K. Singhania
“When an arbitration clause is contained “in a contract”, it is significant that the agreement only becomes a contract if it is enforceable by law. Under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, an agreement does not become a contract, namely, that it is not enforceable in law, unless it is duly stamped”.

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20 April 2019 | Post in: Miscellaneous

Founders Agreement and Some Guidelines

By K. Singhania
In case of start-ups, the founders of a start-up enter into a founders’ agreement and thereafter upon getting investments enter into a shareholders’ agreement with the investor.

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20 April 2019 | Post in: Adjudication by Statute or Contract

Third Party Funding in International Arbitration

Alternative Forum of Gambling or ADR through Third Party Funding in International Arbitrations – what are your views? Share with us here!

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08 April 2019 | Post in: General ADR Forums

All About Disputes Avoidance and Resolution

Members are Invited to express their opinions and share with the fellow members of AIADR and visitors to your Institute!

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29 January 2019 | Post in: Adjudication by Statute or Contract

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