Yashasvi Raj is a 3rd year law student and convenor of the ADR Society at NALSAR University. He is only in his third year and has an impressive track record in the ADR circuit. He was a part of the teams that won the prestigious NLIU – INADR and NUJS Mediation competitions. He has also performed … Continue reading Yashasvi, a Third Year NALSAR student with an immense experience in ADR Competitions
Interview with Mehak, a student of NLIU, Bhopal. List of competitions she has participated in: Winner, 4th Mediation Tournament of Lex Knot organised by ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad.Runners up and best negotiating team in prelims, 2nd RGNUL Sports and Entertainment Law Mediation Competition, Patiala.Quarter Finalists (Ranked 1 in Preliminary Rounds), ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, … Continue reading Interview with Mehak, a Student of NLIU, Bhopal
Shreya has also participated in RGNUL Sports and Media Law ADR Tournament which was conducted by PACT and won the runners up position as well as the best team in the preliminary rounds. She has taken part in ODR Negotiation Tournament as well. Her thoughts are - Q1. What were the specific challenges that you … Continue reading Shreya, a NLIU Bhopal student on Winning Lexknot ADR in Hyderabad, 2019
Amritya has participated in the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition conducted in Hong Kong in 2020 and in the International Mediation held in Singapore in 2019. She was the quarter-finalist at ICC International and a silver medallist at the International Mediation at Singapore. Her thoughts were - Q1. What were the specific challenges that you … Continue reading Interview with Amritya, a student of NLIU Bhopal.
Theme: Enforcement of ISDS Awards in India With Reference to the Vodafone Case Judgement Name: Vodafone International Holdings BV v. The Republic of India Citation: PCA Case No. 2016-35Tribunal: Permanent Court of Arbitration Coram: L.Y. Fortier, R. Oreamuno Blanco and F. Berman Date: 25th September 2020 Overview: This case is about the enforcement of ISDS … Continue reading Swapnil on Enforcement of ISDS Awards in India with reference to the Vodafone Case
ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION: ARBITRATION GOING VIRTUAL ALONG WITH BLOCKCHAIN AND SMART CONTRACTS INTRODUCTION Digital revolution in areas of financial transactions are fast paced as of now. There is a clear trajectory visible for all the establishments, along with their subsequent integration in the "traditional" financial institutions. This shows that these for-profit companies are here to … Continue reading Rakshit and Rushil on Online Dispute Resolution: Arbitration going Virtual along with Blockchain and Smart Contracts
Imagine Indian Tribunals having the power over International Tribunals in the matters of jurisdiction for the purpose of making India a suitable place for commercial arbitration. The Arbitration Tribunal – without any doubt – could have powers parallel to the principle forum non-conveniens which allows the court to decide the best-suited forum for instituting suits, … Continue reading Jayvardhan on Contemporary Position of Anti-Arbitration Injunction Suits and India’s significant steps towards Commercial Arbitration
In January 2020, the Supreme Court of India set up a committee of international experts on alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) to draft and recommend a legislation to regulate mediation in India. On a seemingly unrelated note, by the end of March 2020, the healthcare system in the country was overwhelmed with the burden of managing … Continue reading Akshita & Rituparna on Healthcare Mediation in India – A Pound of Cure for Adversarial Litigation?
Introduction: Arbitration, an Alternate Dispute Redressal mechanism, was introduced as a substitute for Courts. In further pursuance came the Arbitration Act, 1940 followed by the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (hereinafter ‘the Act’) that was supposed to provide more clarity, speed and efficiency in the attempt to settle disputes. While the Act has considerably improved … Continue reading Anshul Ramesh on Interpretation of “place” under Section 20 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
This course will help you plan your negotiation strategy, provide you with key tactics that you can use for success, and help you achieve your negotiation goals in your personal life and business transactions. Offered by: University of Michigan. Available at Coursera, https://www.coursera.org/learn/negotiation-skills. Level: Mixed. Medium: Online Approx. 16 hours to complete. Paid, ₹2124. Language: English. Subtitles … Continue reading Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills