Arbitration and Conciliation Act

Arbitration and Conciliation Act: Centre Forms Expert Committee For Reforms Recommendation

The Union Law Ministry has formed an expert committee to propose reforms in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996 and evaluate the functionality of arbitration law in the country. Led by... Read more »

Delhi Court Sets Aside ₹90 Lakh Award In BMW Financial Services

Delhi Court has recently Invalidated ₹90 Lakh Arbitral Award Granted to BMW India Financial Services Private Limited due to the Unilateral Appointment of Sole Arbitrator, Citing Violation of the Indian Law. The... Read more »

Delhi HC Orders SpiceJet to Settle Outstanding Interest Payment to Kalanidhi Maran

The Delhi High Court has recently directed SpiceJet to deposit the entire outstanding amount to media baron Kalanidhi Maran and his Kal Airways as interest on an arbitral award of Rs.578 crore.... Read more »
ABA Conference

ABA Conference: People want to Business in India but Don’t Abide by Indian Laws: MP Rajya Sabha Kartikey Sharma

The Parliament member of Rajya Sabha Kartikey Sharma has said that Government of India and its machinery making right laws and moving in in right direction which created a corruption free business... Read more »
Himachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh High Court

Himachal Pradesh High Court: One Arbitrator for Determining the one Dispute not for Another

The Himachal Pradesh High Court in the case Divisional Manager, H.P. State Forest Development Corporation Ltd Vs Prem Lal observed and has ruled that any person who becomes ineligible to act as... Read more »

Section 5 limitation act cannot be invoked to condone delay beyond period prescribed under section 34(3) of arbitration act: SC

Section 34(3): An application for setting aside may not be made after three months have elapsed from the date on which the party making that application had received the arbitral award or,... Read more »

Increase in settlement of disputes: The Covid-19 silver lining

COVID-19 pandemic has brought the Indian legal industry to a standstill. Even after the substantial reopening of the economy, Indian Courts and tribunals have continued to exhibit a cautious attitude by completely... Read more »

Future Frame of Arbitration post COVID-19

It may be noted that even after getting no place in statutory provisions, Emergency Arbitration is trying to absorb its place in the rules and procedures of several arbitration institutions. Read more »