Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Summit

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Summit

 

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    Conference Fee, Lunch, Tea coffee, Delegate Kit and International Arbitration Cases and Material – Gary Born 2 volume set, Free Book on the Topic

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About The Event

Delegates will also get Free book on: 

International Arbitration Cases and Material – Gary Born 2 volume set

 

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Summit 2013, 2nd and 3rd May 2013
Hotel Taj Palace, New Delhi

 

Introduction

With the emergence of India as a global economic power, there has been a significant growth in the number and complexity of India-related cross-border disputes. As a result, there is a great need of both cost-effective and commercially oriented avenues to resolve various disputes. International arbitration presents unique challenges which begin with drafting the request for arbitration and continue through to enforcement of the final award. With an aim to provide practical advice from leading international arbitration practitioners and receive insights from experiences of various players in the industry, Wolters Kluwer (CCH India) is organizing a two day event on Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution on 2nd and 3rd May, 2013 in Delhi. 

Focus Area

  • Choosing the appropriate forum, law, seat and arbitrator

  • Best practices while initiating or defending arbitration

  • Dissecting an Arbitration Proceeding

  • Drafting an enforceable arbitration clause

  • Obtaining Interim reliefs and freezing orders

  • Enforcement of foreign awards

  • Private Equity Arbitration – Uncertainties and challenges

  • Examining the Investment arbitration regime

  • Considerations in International Arbitration

  • Role of Mediation - Negotiating a Dispute/Deal

  • Working through an Arbitration Dispute – Case Study

  • Institutional vs ad-hoc Arbitration

 

Benefits Driven Out


  • Receive insights on latest arbitration practice worldwide

  • Gain strategy and best practice for complex disputes

  • Hear from leading global arbitration practitioners

  • Brainstorm in interactive discussion on the most debated issues with the in-house community
     

Who Should Attend

  • In-house counsels

  • Directors

  • Members of Business Houses

  • Lawyers

  • Arbitrators

  • Academicians

 

 Speakers

  • Ajay Thomas, Registrar, LCIA India

  • Akhil Prasad, Head Of Legal-Oversight & C.S, Fidelity Worldwide Investments

  • Ashok Sharma, Founder President, Indian Corporate Counsel Association

  • B. Gopalakrishnan, President & Head (Law), Axis Bank

  • Dinesh Jotwani, Vice President, NBAI Arbitration and Mediation Centre

  • Himanshu Goswami, Associate Vice President-Legal & Head IPR, Aricent Group

  • Kapil Chaudhary, Counsel, IBM India/South Asia

  • Mark Hoyle, Partner, S J Berwin

  • Payel Chatterjee, Member, Nishith Desai Associates

  • Prateek Bagaria, Member, Nishith Desai Associates

  • Pratibha Jain, Partner, Nishith Desai Associates

  • Rajinder Sharma, Director Corporate Affairs & General Counsel, Dupont South Asia

  • Shalaka Patil, Member, Nishith Desai Associates

  • Vyapak Desai, Partner, Nishith Desai Associates



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