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Arbitration Law in India: Things you should know

Arbitration is currently at a stage great development in India, with technology being more and more used in India since the early 2000s. The country has the ambition to become an international hub for arbitration.

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Arbitration in People’s Republic of China

People’s Republic of China (PRC) has developed a unique arbitration system which is closely monitored by the People’s Supreme Court (SPC), the highest Court of China.

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Have You Chosen the Right Arbitration Institute in UAE?

Arbitration has become a necessarily well-known technique for resolving commercial disputes internationally. In the past decade, arbitrators around the world had successfully awarded arbitration orders of cases worth many millions or even billions of dollars.

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Powers of Indian Courts to grant Anti-Arbitration Injunctions

India is still a litigation country and people are more comfortable with litigations than other modes of dispute resolution. But Arbitration is also a popular, private and alternate dispute resolution mechanism and it is Governed by Arbitration and Conciliation Act,1996 in India.

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TWO INDIAN COMPANIES CAN RESOLVE THEIR DISPUTES BY WAY OF A FOREIGN SEATED ARBITRATION

The Supreme court of India in its recent judgment, in the matter of PASL Wind Solutions[1] delivered on 20th April 2021, held that two or more Indian parties can resort to a foreign seated arbitration to resolve their disputes and further held that an award that arose out of the foreign seated arbitration can be enforced in India under New York Convention on recognition and enforcement of foreign awards.

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UAE Arbitration Institutes on Outbreak of Coronavirus

Impact of COVID-19 has the left the world speechless, yet every country and its major organizations are coping with the pandemic to ensure the flow of economy and maintaining the importance of prevailing circumstances, while being quarantined.

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International Centre for Dispute Resolution

Sally & Fitch LLP has extensive experience representing clients in international litigation and international arbitrations. The international cases they handle involve sizable commercial contract disputes, business-related torts, including claims for misrepresentation and fraud, admiralty and maritime matters, and actions for the enforcement of judgments rendered by foreign courts.

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Arbitration: A Challenging Issue

By force of law an Arbitrator(s) has to suspend the arbitration proceedings with immediate effect if a party to an arbitration process challenges the arbitrator while or during the arbitration processes are going on, until a resolution has been made on the challenge which was has been raised by such party by an authority or court of law which has the right to rule on such a point.

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Does your Arbitration Agreement Bind you to Arbitrate?

We regularly find that agreements are progressively setting out elective approaches to moving toward alternative dispute resolution.

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How is international arbitration implemented in the UAE during the new normal?

The number of arbitration cases being registered in the United Arab Emirates has been steadily increasing in recent years.

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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA RECOGNISES ENFORCEMENT OF EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR AWARD

Prior to 2010, if a party to an international arbitration requires to get an interim order, prior to formation of the arbitral tribunal, it was left with no other option other than approaching the appropriate National Court of the Respondent or the National Court having the jurisdiction over the subject matter covered under the application for interim order.

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Arbitration Article Series I - Rise of Arbitration

The UAE has rapidly emerged as a leading financial centre, attracting large global investors and businesses. As international developers and contractors continue to invest in construction projects, there has been an increasing trend in the use of arbitration in Dubai.

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Arbitration law : Everything you want to know

Arbitration is a private dispute resolution practice, to resolve disputes between the parties, without approaching the National Courts of a country. But at the same time the procedure of arbitration is regulated by law of each country.

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How can arbitration be enforced?

An arbitration proceeding is similar to traditional court litigation in many ways. However, it has many advantages to offer in comparison to traditional litigation.

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Arbitration Article Series III: Terms of References

As per the arbitration and civil rules in the UAE, the arbitration rules shall be governed by the Terms of Reference. The Terms of Reference is a document used within international arbitration law. Its main purpose is to ensure the fast and efficient progress of arbitration proceedings. The agreement is drawn and signed by mutual consent of the parties and arbitrators.

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