With the all-round growth in commerce, international trade and manufacturing domain, there is a rising trend in commercial disputes. The institutional framework for Arbitration cases is working fine in developed countries. But somehow Arbitration for lack of accountability, transparency, costs and perhaps on account of diminishing fervor amongst the Arbitrators to dispose off the cases swiftly is not gaining the desired momentum in our country.
1. Need for arbitration and the future of Arbitration in India
2. Potential pitfalls in international arbitration
3. Emerging Issues in Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation
4. Legislations and ADR Practices in India and Role of judiciary in ADR (Alternative dispute resolution)
5. Enforcement of Awards- International and Domestic- Emerging
6. Live Case Studies
In a bid to discuss thread-bare the issues of Arbitration in India and to suggest a viable road-map to ensure India acquiring a rightful place as world’s favourite destination for commercial arbitration, ASSOCHAM is hosting this one day National Summit on “Arbitration in India: Road Ahead” on 25th May, 2013 in New Delhi.
Jitendra K Sharma