We are excited to announce the newly redesigned Arbitrate.com now offers a variety of on-demand arbitration courses, including four classes taught by Disputing blog’s own Professor Tracy McCormack and Karl Bayer!  In Arbitration Advocacy, Tracy and Karl provide viewers with an in-depth introduction to the practice of arbitration.  The program is designed to give arbitration advocates insight into the arbitration process from commencement to post-hearing.  Course topics include preparing for the pre-hearing conference,…
[This guest post is authored by Angelina Joy and Mahathi Utham Kumar, both studying in their third year at The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi] Documents-only Arbitration in India: Time for a Paradigm Shift? Conventional arbitrations have drawn flak for their protracted hearings. So, among parties, tribunals and academics, there is consensus … Continue reading Documents-only Arbitration in India: Time for a Paradigm Shift?
HOW CCP 599 HELPS AND HURTS Due to the pandemic, very few cases are being tried. Reports from the legal community indicate that the absence of an imminent trial date is inducing parties to put off settlement as well. A History of Procrastination Lawyers have always seemed to have a reason why it’s too early to settle a case. They need to get another report, look under every rock for new information, research the heck…