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Resolving Business Disputes in India by Arbitration: Problems Due to the Definition of ‘Court’
The definition of “Court” in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, is substantially different from that in the earlier law of 1940. Due to this new definition, there is tremendous load of work on the District Judge, ...
Is India Ready for Online Dispute Resolution?
The Indian judicial system is marred by delays. Businesses suffer because disputes are not resolved in a reasonable time. Even with the use of methods of alternative dispute resolution a fair number of high value disputes ...
Party Autonomy in International Commercial Arbitration
As global business expands, the number of business disputes is also on the rise. It is extremely difficult or rather impossible to get all these disputes resolved through the conventional method of courts. Moreover, for ...
Competition Law in India: Need to Go Slow and Steady
The globalized and liberalized Indian economy is witnessing cut-throat competition. To provide institutional support to healthy and fair competition, there is a requirement of better regulatory and adjudicatory mechanism. ...
Role of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods in Development of Society: `Lok Adalat ’ in India
Peace is the sine qua non for development. Disputes and conflicts dissipate valuable time, effort and money of the society. It is of utmost importance that there should not be any conflict in the society. But, in a realistic ...
1100 MT of Sorghum
1100 MT of Sorghum. (Teaching Note)
Sexual Harassment: Legal Remedy
Medical Negligence: Law and Interpretation
The issues of negligence by doctors and the discretionary powers to doctors arc at the core of medical profession and hospitals are directly affected by new interpretation of an existing law regarding medical professionals. ...