Webinar Alert: Tariq Khan on "Institutional Arbitration And Ease Of Doing Business In India"

The session will discuss the importance of arbitration to supplement and enhance the ease of doing business.
Webinar Alert: Tariq Khan on "Institutional Arbitration And Ease Of Doing Business In India"
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About the Session

Institutional arbitrations are where a specialized institution with a permanent character intervenes and assumes the function of administering the arbitral process, as provided by the rules of that institution. It is pertinent to note that these institutions do not arbitrate the dispute but provide the facility and infrastructure to the arbitrators to arbitrate the disputes, by laying down specific rules for every arbitration. What is of relevance here is that the institutional arbitration centres, be it domestic or international are governed by their rules which provide for a strict timeline to be adhered to, within which time the arbitration is mandatorily required to be completed and the award needs to be passed.

Arbitration is a vitally important supplement to enhance ease of doing business. It can greatly alleviate the pressure on courts, thereby reducing pendency, as well as instill investor confidence, if the dispute-resolution processes are efficient, swiftly expedited and effective. The enforcement of contracts, as well as the time taken to resolve matters, are likely to worry potential investors. It is, therefore, vital that institutional arbitration is implemented across sectors.

About the Speaker

Mr. Tariq Khan is an Arbitration Law Expert and has been conferred with the prestigious membership of Business World Legal 40 under 40 club of Achievers. He is an alumnus of Faculty of Law, Jamia Millia Islamia and his area of expertise includes Arbitration and Insolvency Law.


Shagun Pathak (Student, RMLNLU)

Registration Process:

Fill up the form provided here: https://forms.gle/QYWLA6LD14Gm7s4n7.

The registered participants will be provided with the link of the session and E-certificates of the session.

Contact Details

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