- Ordinance to Set up “New Delhi International Arbitration Center”
- Srikrishna Panel suggests amendments to ACA 2015
- Srikrishna Panel Proposes more Institutions to Improve Existing Institutions.. Is it a good strategy?
- Adhoc Arbitration Vs Institutional Arbitration-Srikrishna Committee
- Ten Commandments of Justice Srikrishna Committee on Arbitration…
Monthly Archives: August 2017
One of the laudable achievements of the Modi Government is the amendment to Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 as amended by the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act 2015 (ACA 2015). These amendments came into effect from 23rd October 2015 . Some … Continue reading
Srikrishna Panel Proposes more Institutions to Improve Existing Institutions.. Is it a good strategy?
(P.S: This is In continuation of the Earlier Article/s) on the subject The High Level Committee which gave its recommendations on Arbitration was named as a “Committee to review Institutionalization of Arbitration Mechanism in India”. I am not sure if … Continue reading
If ADR (Alternate Dispute Resolution) in India has failed to take off even after the Amended Arbitration and Conciliation Act (ACA 2015), the root cause has been that the system is being controlled by a few Arbitral Institutions which are … Continue reading
The High Level Committee to Review the Institutionalization of Arbitration Mechanism in India under the Chairmanship of Justice B.N.Srikrishna, (HLC-IA) was constituted with the specific objective of examining the roadblocks to the development of institutional arbitration and prepare a roadmap … Continue reading
India has been taking significant strides in popularizing Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms such as Arbitration and Mediation because of the special interest shown by the Modi Government. On 31st December 2015, the Indian Arbitration and Reconciliation Act 1996 was comprehensively … Continue reading