Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration's India ADR Week, 2021 to start from April 6
March 31, 2021 by Suhail Farooqui, Counsel
The five-day conference will feature four sessions a day on different topics related to arbitration law and procedure.
From April 6 to 10, 2021, the Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration will host the India ADR Week.
The five-day conference will include four sessions a day on a variety of topics related to arbitration law and procedure, including those on
- Indian Arbitration at a glance
- The road less travelled on damages assessment: date of assessment. tax, interest and COVID
- 2019 amendments to the Indian Arbitration Act – where do we stand?
- What next for Arbitration in India
- Investment arbitration, Pendulum in favour of investor or Host State?
- Section 11 and the Appointment of an Arbitral Tribunal – A True Prologue
- The new 2021 ICC Rules of Arbitration and their implications on Indian parties
- ICSID Arbitration: Opportunities, Concerns and Alternatives
- Effective advocacy in arbitration hearings,
- Practical tips for making India seated arbitration awards challenge-proof
- Resolving disputes in Construction Industry: Africa and India perspective
- Mediation in 2021:An International Perspective
- India a potential market for Litigation and Arbitration Funding?
- Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in India
- Forum selection after Brexit: anti-suit or anti-arbitration?
- ODR – Bridging Distances for Dispute Resolution
- War Stories and Lessons Learnt from Virtual Hearings in 2020
- Global Perspective on recent development in India related International Arbitration
- Debate – Double Hatting: Hazardous to International Arbitration?
The sessions are being hosted by various law firms including Nishith Desai Associates, FTI Consulting, Clifford Chance, Trilgal, Allen & Overy, Economic Laws Practice, ICC, ICSID, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Foundain Court Chambers, Link Legal and LACIAC, CADRE, CORD and SAMA, SIAC, DLA Piper and P&A Law Offices.
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