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[This guest post is authored by Rahul Kumar, Advocate, Sarvada Legal; Aditya Singh, 3rd year student at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow; and Devashish Jain, 3rd year student at Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur. The authors can be reached at rahul@sarvada.co.in, adi823549@gmail.com, and devashishjain.2020@hnlu.ac.in. This post has been co-edited by our guest

[This guest post is authored by Anjali Busar and Khushboo Sharma. Anjali is a fifth-year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University, Lucknow and Khushboo is a third-year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) student at National Law University, Lucknow] Discussing the Validity of Pre-conditions for Invocation of Arbitration Proceedings The incorporation of a multi-tiered dispute resolution

[The guest post is authored by Saloni Neema, third year law student from Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University, Visakhapatnam] Introduction It is well-settled law that arbitrators are creatures of the contract between the parties. In cases where the agreement excludes certain aspects from the purview of the arbitral tribunal, the settled law is that an

[The guest post is authored by Veddant Majumdar, fifth year law student at Amity Law School, Delhi, GGSIP University] Introduction The demand for codification of emergency arbitration has created a frenzy in the international arbitration jurisprudence, owing to the numerous benefits it has to offer. Emergency arbitration is a mechanism which allows parties to arbitration

[The guest post is authored by Akshit Uniyal, fourth year law student at Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.] I. Introduction The Arbitration Act, 1996 (‘Act’) provides the recourse to be taken against an arbitral award if any party is dissatisfied with it. The Act under Section 34 states several reasons for which an

[The guest post is authored by Palak Vashishth, final year law student at University of Mumbai Law Academy] Introduction The statutory scheme under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (‘Arbitration Act’) provides for the only recourse against an arbitral award, that is, an application in court for setting aside of the award.

(This is a featured post. Queries can be addressed to riddhi.joshi@delosdr.org (Riddhi Joshi)/ varad.kolhe@delosdr.org (Varad Kolhe)   Delos Dispute Resolution is an innovative arbitral institution, aimed at making dispute resolution efficient and effective through arbitration. The Delos Board of Advisors is composed of global leaders in the field of international arbitration and dispute resolution. Delos will be holding