INTRODUCTION In the current globalization period of the electronic and IT age where providers, clients, purchasers, and laborers are all at better places and are isolated by various time regions questions which emerge should be settled through electronic intervention so that time and cash both can be saved. This article attempts to harp to aRead More

A critical study on History and Emergence of Arbitration in India

Introduction Industrialization has resulted in a dramatic increase in global trade and business. To keep up with financial growth and avoid lengthy lawsuits, the parties have chosen arbitral proceedings as their preferred method of dispute resolution1.Arbitration is not at all a modern process, especially in India. It can be traced back to the Vedic ages2.Read More

Emergence & Future of Online Dispute Resolution in India Post Covid-19

INTRODUCTION In April 2020, the world was amid a pandemic, and conditions were unlikely to return to normal very soon. Covid-19’s proliferation at that point was being contained by lockdowns and social distancing, therefore courts had to be shut down. “In India, the administration of justice has a history of being slow, and the coronavirusRead More

Alternate Dispute Resolution in India

INTRODUCTION The Indian economy was up for competition in the year 1990. And with competition, disputes and conflicts came. That requires quick decisions on disputes and proper negotiations to minimize the chances of disputes. To solve this problem, the Government of India enacted the Arbitration Conciliation Act, 1996(amended in 2015 by way of the ArbitrationRead More

Case Law Analysis: P. Anand Gajapathi Raju & Ors. v. P.V.G Raju

Case Number Civil Appeal No. 5251 of 1993 Equivalent Citations (2000) 4 SCC 539 Bench D.P. Wadhwa, Ruma Pal Date of Judgment March 28, 2000 Relevant Act/ Sections Section 7 of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Section 2(e) of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Section 8(1) & 8(2) of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 SectionRead More

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Indian Healthcare System

This article is written by Vineet Bilkhu and Apoorva Bhosale, 4th year law students from ILS, Pune. The article gives an overview on the disputes that occur in the medical sector and how various techniques of ADR function in resolving the disputes. Introduction The courts in India endeavour to facilitate out-of-court settlements through Alternative Dispute ResolutionRead More

Conciliation and its Mechanism

Vanshika Arora is a first-year student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali. This article provides the meaning and mechanism of the process of conciliation.  INTRODUCTION Conciliation is an alternate dispute resolution (ADR) technique. ADR is an attempt to devise mechanisms that are an alternative to the conventional justice systems. These alternatives are endorsed since theRead More

Towards a Road Less Travelled: Mediation in India

This article is written by APURVA, a student of the Fairfield Institute of Management and Technology, GGSIPU. This article deals with the topic of Mediation, a mechanism of ADR. ABSTRACT In India, ADR- Alternative Dispute Resolution encompasses various methods of settling disputes outside the traditional judicial system. It mentions various methods, such as, arbitration, mediation,Read More

An Introduction to Alternate Dispute Resolution in India

This article is written by K.Lasya Charitha pursuing BALLB in Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam. In this article, the researcher describes the History of ADR in India, types of ADR, the Importance of ADR in India, and few case laws related to ADR. What is ADR? Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) is the process thatRead More

Qualities of Negotiator, and Process of Negotiation

INTRODUCTION This article is written by Hemant Kumar. He is a student of the Faculty of Law, Delhi University.  He has done his graduation from ARSD College, Delhi University. Brief The article is about how a good negotiation is done by a negotiator who is very attentive and active while discussing and bargaining things.   Read More