Tuesday, November 27, 2012

EXLUSIVE: Copy of the First Petition on The Indian Arbitration Act.

India had enacted its Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 after repealing and merging the earlier Acts which governed domestic arbitrations and enforcement of foreign awards separately  At the very introduction of the 1996 Act, few  problem areas were recognised by Indian Legal and Economic Forum which was led by eminent Indian Senior Counsel, Shishir Dholakia. A writ petition was filed in the Supreme Court of India with regard to that. We have secured a copy of the petition. The petition is academically very stimulating and gives a lot of food for thought to everyone involved in domestic as well as international arbitration community.  It is below:
Petition questioning validity of certain provisions of Part I of the India Arbitration and Conciliation...

Call for Papers: Indian Journal of Arbitration Law

Below is call for Papers for The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law:

The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law is the flagship journal of the  Centre for Advanced Research & Training in Arbitration Law  [CARTAL], published under the aegis of National Law University  Jodhpur. The inaugural edition of IJAL was launched in September and  it would appear bi-annually, providing timely insights useful to the international arbitration community. The online edition is available here.On 3rd November, Professor Martin Hunter, editorial advisor of IJAL  has released the theme for the second issue (Volume 2: Issue 1) to be  published in February 2013.

The editorial board is pleased to announce the call for submissions for  this upcoming issue on the following theme: “Investment Treaty Arbitration and Developing Countries: What Now &  What Next” 

Update: Manuscripts may be submitted via email to info@ijal.in and editor.cartal@gmail.com latest by January 20, 2013. For further details regarding Editorial policy and submission  guidelines  please visit: http://www.ijal.in/q=node/3 

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