National Initiative Towards Strengthening Arbitration And Enforcement In India

The Government of India through ‘NITI Aayog’ is organizing an high profile ‘National Initiative towards Strengthening Arbitration and Enforcement in India’ in New Delhi, in order to promote India as a global hub for arbitration amongst international practitioners, corporate houses and the Indian legal fraternity.

The three day conference scheduled to be held from 21st October to 23rd October, 2016, is being organized with active support from six international arbitration institutions- HKIAC, ICC, KLRCA, LCIA, PCA and SIAC. Ministry of Law and Justice, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, National Legal Services Authority, NILERD, International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution and legal fraternity have also been involved in organizing the event.

The big time event is open for experts, practitioners/representatives from national and international arbitration organizations, legal practitioners, in-house counsel, industry associations, corporate representatives, small and medium enterprises, and legal academia.

As per the event schedule, the key-note address will be delivered by Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley, followed by Presidential Address by Chief Justice of India Justice T.S. Thakur, Chief Guest’s Address by President Pranab Mukherjee.

The Panel discussion on the Dos and Don’ts of case management of Arbitration will be moderated by Justice S.S. Nijjar (former SC Judge), Ms. Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof (Jackie) (Director General, LCIA), Ms. Sarah Grimmer (Secretary General, HKIAC), Ms. Rajinder Bassi (Partner, Kirkland & Ellis International LLP), Mr. Benjamin Hughes (Associate Professor, Seoul National University Law School), Mr. Darius J. Khambata (Senior Advocate), and Mr. Vinayak Pradhan (Consultant, Messrs. Skrine Advocates & Solicitors).

The Panel discussion on “Court Support for Arbitration in its Three Stages: Before, During and Post Rendering of the Arbitral Award” will be moderated by Dr. Justice Arjan Kumar Sikri (Judge, Supreme Court of India), Dr. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud (Judge, Supreme Court of India), Mr. Justice R.V. Raveendran (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India), Mr. Janak Dwarkadas (Senior Advocate), Ms. Sherina Petit (Board Member, LCIA), and Mr. Arvind P. Datar (Senior Advocate).

The Panel discussion on “An Outsider’s Perspective of Arbitrations in India” will be moderated by Mr. Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde (Judge, Supreme Court of India), Mr. Christopher K. Tahbaz (Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton), Mr. Nish Shetty (Partner, Head, Litigation & Dispute Resolution (Asia-Pacific), Clifford Chance), Mr. Abhinav Bhushan (Director, South Asia, ICC Arbitration & ADR, ICC), Mr. Christopher To (Executive Director, Construction Industry Council), and Prof. Douglas S Jones AO (Consultant, Clayton Utz).

Registration Fee

InviteesFee
International DelegatesEarly Bird (July 1st– September 15th)- USD 500

Late Fee Applicants (After September 16th)- USD 750

Indian DelegatesEarly Bird (July 1st– September 15th) registrants will get one month free access to Lexis®India E-library from LexisNexis®
Senior Lawyers (above 10 years of practice)INR 25,000
MSME and Junior Lawyers (below 10 years of practice)INR 5,000
Law Firm Representative (Per Delegate)INR 10,000
Industry Association (Per Delegate)INR 10,000
Corporate Delegate  (Per Delegate)INR 10,000
Accompanying Person Charges (Per Person)INR 5,000/ USD 80 (Per Dinner)

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  • Panchapakesa Sundaram Subbaraman says:

    Each Legal Aid centre through India must have certified Arbitrators . The certified Arbitrators must be trained akin to Judicial Academy. Arbitration has not grown in India dramatically as presently there is Instiution oriented Arbitration .

  • Niraj Kumar Sethi says:

    Its helpfull to others and also helpfull to lawers updating on recent judgements .

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