Possible solutions to remote evidencing in ADR Indian judiciary has been impacted by the forced modernization brought by Covid-19. It has bolstered alternate form of dispute resolution to a further extent and has provided good opportunity for ADR platforms to go fully online. ADR through video conferencing is an ideal product of the progressive attitude … Continue reading Vivek Sharma on possible solutions to remote evidencing in ADR
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
Artificial intelligence is a type of technology that allows machines and systems to learn from experience, adapt to new inputs and mimic human-like behaviour. Its use has been instrumental in bringing the process of dispute resolution to online platforms during the current pandemic where parties are practicing social distancing from various geographical locations. To take … Continue reading Astha Madan Grover on Artificial Intelligence and the future of Online Dispute Resolution in India: Will India be able to solve disputes online?
After the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (“USMCA”) entered into force on 1 July 2020 and terminated the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”), the discussions on the scope of the proposed changes and the intricacies of the investment dispute settlement have taken pace. In this post, the author seeks to discuss one such change, i.e. position … Continue reading Chitransh Vijayvergia on Analysing the position of dual nationals from NAFTA to USMCA: Has USMCA restricted the scope of the effective nationality principle?
Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR“) as a process for resolving disputes between parties has come a long way in India. The growth and beneficial utilization of the ADR process especially within the corporate sector is noteworthy. Today when, more than three crore cases are pending in Indian courts, the ADR process has enormous prospects for application … Continue reading Pallavi Modi on Online Dispute Resolution – The Future of Dispute Resolution in India