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[This guest post is authored by Shashwat Awasthi and Anushka, both studying in their fourth year at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow] Indus Biotech v Kotak: Supreme Court on Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes The relationship between arbitration and insolvency has been the subject of many a discussion among the legal fraternity. This … Continue reading Indus Biotech v Kotak: Supreme Court on Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes
[This guest post is authored by Manya Anjaria. He is currently studying in the 4th Year student at the Institute of Law, Nirma University.] The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (‘The Act’) is a great leap in India’s legal framework of recognizing alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. Drafted on the lines of UNCITRAL Model Law on … Continue reading Interplay between Article 227 of the Constitution and Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
[This guest post is authored by Paridhi Galundia. She is currently studying in the 4th Year of her B.A.LLB (Hons.) at Institute of Law, Nirma University] BSNL v. Nortel: Supreme Court on Limitation Period for Section 11 Applications and Refusal of Ex-facie Time Barred Claims In one of her last judgments, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. … Continue reading BSNL v. Nortel: Supreme Court on Limitation Period for Section 11 Applications and Refusal of Ex-facie Time
Presenting Arbitration Roundup – a series of fortnightly updates on India’s arbitration landscape. The 1st edition contains a list of key developments which took shape between 1-15 March 2021. Proceedings under Section 34 of the Arbitration Act are also covered under Section 14 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code The Supreme Court in the case … Continue reading Arbitration Roundup: 1 to 15 March 2021
[This guest post is authored by Pranika Correa. She is currently studying in the fourth year at Gujarat National Law University. ] Analysing the Validity of Unilateral Arbitration Clauses The major advantages of arbitration are flexibility and autonomy, permitting parties to tailor the terms for their practical and commercial benefit. A unilateral arbitration clause (UAC) … Continue reading Analysing the Validity of Unilateral Arbitration Clauses
Koinos is seeking applications for blog editors Now in its third year, Koinos [Koinos/the Blog] provides a platform for discussing and debating issue related to commercial and treaty arbitration. In this relatively short duration, the Blog has accepted and published several insightful pieces authored by law students and legal practitioners from all across India. The … Continue reading Call for Editors
This guest post is authored by Disha Lohiya. She is currently studying in the third year at National Law University, Jodhpur. Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part II) In the first part of this post, the author delved into the meaning and scope of the terms seat, place, and venue of … Continue reading Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part II)
This guest post is authored by Disha Lohiya. She is currently studying in the third year at National Law University, Jodhpur. Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part I) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 [“the Act”] does not refer to a seat or venue.  It only refers to the place of arbitration. Section … Continue reading Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part I)
[This guest post is authored by Dhriti Mehta and Donika Wahi. They are students at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.] Government of India v. Vedanta Limited: Supreme Court fortifies pro-enforcement approach, clarifies limitation period The Supreme Court recently in a judgment titled Government of India (GOI) v Vedanta Ltd.[1] (Vedanta) has rendered a decision … Continue reading Government of India v. Vedanta Limited: Supreme Court fortifies pro-enforcement approach, clarifies limitation period
This post is authored by Hitesh Nagpal. He is a second-year student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. Patel Engineering v NEEPCO: Supreme Court sets aside Award for Patent Illegality On 22 May 2020, the Supreme Court in Patel Engineering Ltd. v. North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Ltd. reaffirmed the scope of ‘patent illegality’, which … Continue reading Patel Engineering v NEEPCO: Supreme Court sets aside Award for Patent Illegality