Arbitration in India is governed by The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and its amendment in 2015. The course focuses on the Arbitration Act and its amendment and mainly deals with domestic arbitration.
This course focuses on various aspects and procedure for arbitration. It discusses the procedure to enter into an arbitration agreement, how to initiate arbitration proceedings, appoint an arbitrator, enforce an arbitration award, and how to appeal against an award.
- Level - Intermediate
- Total no. of videos - 70
- Total no. of assignments - 34
When will mankind be convinced and agree to settle their difficulties by arbitration?Benjamin Franklin
WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course is designed to guide you through every step of the arbitration process. Often as a practising advocate or an entrepreneur, you may come across situations where your options may not be clear. Failing to make the correct choice or failing to exercise an option at the correct stage could jeopardise your case. As an advocate, this could ruin your relationship with your client. And as an entrepreneur, you could incur heavy losses. Mallika Taly through her extensive experience in arbitration proceedings guides you through the different stages in an arbitration proceeding and makes you aware of your options at each stage.
In the course you will learn to:
- Examine the arbitration agreement and the procedure for drafting and negotiating the agreement
- List and describe the procedure or stages for invoking an arbitration agreement
- Describe the procedure for arbitration proceedings
- Understand how to determine and appoint the Arbitral Tribunal
- Examine the process for appointment and removal of an arbitrator
- Understand the procedure for application of interim relief
- Interpret and enforce an arbitral award
- Understand the procedure for termination of arbitration proceedings
- Examine how to apply for an appeal in purview of arbitration proceedings
You can take this course, if:
- You are a recent law graduate or graduating from law school
- You have a basic understanding of legal practice and procedure
- You have interned with a litigating lawyer and have a clear understanding of litigation in courts
- You are an entrepreneur and would like to know your options at the different stages of an arbitration proceeding.
Mallika Taly is an advocate practicing in the Bombay High Court. For almost the last decade, she has been a litigator and has been working with arbitration matters. She have also been teaching law for the last several years and has published several books on arbitration with Eastern Book Company.
I can imagine no society which does not embody some method of arbitration.Herbert Read
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