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By Niharika Dhall
This article discusses a specific ground, improper constitution of the arbitral tribunal, for challenge of an arbitral award in the Courts of the lex arbitri.
By Niharika Dhall
This decision sends a strong pro-arbitration message to all Parties and highlights the importance of compliance with a peremptory order of the Tribunal.
By Niharika Dhall
The Supreme Court in the case of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. V. Sterlite Technologies Ltd. 2015 SCC Online SC 785, has re-iterated the procedure for the appointment of arbitrator in the event of recusal of the presiding arbitrator.
By Niharika Dhall
The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, provides that a Party may approach the Court for interim measures at any stage of the arbitral process.
By Niharika Dhall
The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2015, has been approved by the Union Cabinet on August 26, 2015.
By Niharika Dhall
The judgement of the Supreme Court in ONGC v. Western Geco International Ltd. (2014) 9 SCC 263 ("Western Geco") continues to create havoc in the arbitration jurisprudence of India.
By Niharika Dhall
Notwithstanding the complications involved, the Delhi High Court went ahead and passed an order refraining the Defendants from pursuing arbitral proceedings under the LCIA, in London.
By Ravi Shankar Sathiyamoorthy
India has been an arbitration friendly country right from the beginning, because arbitration was in practice in this country even before the codified law came into force.