With alternate dispute resolution (ADR) processes gaining increasing popularity and efficiency in comparison to traditional dispute resolution mechanisms, Indian and foreign businesses are increasingly opting to resolve their commercial disputes with arbitration.
Now, with the recent amendments to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, the process of arbitration has become even more relevant and time bound. It is often considered as the primary dispute resolution mechanism, with most commercial and government contracts containing arbitration clauses.
However, with the process becoming more time bound as compared to matters earlier hanging on for years, quick turnarounds and abiding with timelines under law or as set by a tribunal is key. To ensure effective representation within timelines, Lex Commerci has a competent arbitration team that understands all requirements and focuses extensively on coming up with the best possible solutions. Extensive experience and team structure is a must for effective representation which solo practitioners or small firms may not be able to cater.
Lex Commerci’s Arbitration Practice Team has experienced and knowledgeable legal professionals who have handled several high stake arbitration matters in a variety of sectors, such as Power and Energy, Banking and Finance, Oil and Gas, Infrastructure Projects, Construction and Engineering, etc. The experience of our team comes from managing all kinds of disputes that require special insight into the industry and business sensitivity. The team is involved in every aspect of arbitration like:
M/s Reliance Infrastructure Ltd Vs. HPGCL & Anr. [Punjab and Haryana High Court, Arbitration Case no. 166 of 2016, Decided on 27.10.2016]
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. Vs. State of Haryana [Punjab and Haryana High Court CR No. 7191 of 2019 (O&M), Decide on 03.06.2020]
Towards Making Arbitration Preferred Mode of Resolution- Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2018.
SC Puts to Rest Controversy Behind Interpretation of ‘Disposed of’ Under Section 34(3) of Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
Ambit of Challenge to Appointment of an Arbitrator
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