6th Annual ICC India Arbitration Day to be held on December 2 in Delhi

Among those slated to speak at the event are Justice KV Viswanathan of the Supreme Court of India, Justice Navin Chawla of the Delhi High Court and Attorney General R Venkataramani. Registrations for the event are open.
6th ICC India Arbitration Day
6th ICC India Arbitration Day

The annual International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) India Arbitration Day will be held this year on December 2, 2023, Saturday at the Taj Palace, Delhi.

This year not only marks the 6th edition of the annual ICC India Arbitration Day, but also the Centenary (100 years) of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (ICC Court).

The conference will have the ICC leadership including the President of the ICC Court, Claudia Salomon, Secretary General of the ICC Court, Alexander Fessas and Tejus Chauhan, Director of ICC Arbitration and ADR, South Asia.

Notable speakers for the event include Justice KV Viswanathan (Judge, Supreme Court of India), Justice Dato’ Mary Lim Thiam Suan (Judge, Federal Court of Malaysia), VK Rajah SC (Arbitrator and Mediator, Duxton Hill Chambers; former Attorney General of Singapore; former Judge of the Court of Appeal of Singapore; Vice President of the ICC Court), Justice Navin Chawla (Judge, High Court of Delhi), and Senior Advocate R Venkataramani (Attorney-General for India).

The event will bring together more than 250 practitioners and experts from both legal and business communities based out of India and other parts of the world to discuss emerging issues and trends India’s arbitration landscape.

The conference will feature exciting panels on: 

  • Recent trends in Indian Arbitration – Leaning towards harmony or disorder?

  • The balancing act in infrastructure and construction projects: building synergy between companies, legal representatives and experts

  • Where should the line(s) be drawn in implementing the policy of minimal curial interpretation in international arbitrations?

  • Behind the scenes of ICC Court – Mock Session of the ICC International Court of Arbitration on Draft Award Scrutiny.

The event will include a mock ICC Court Session on draft award scrutiny, which would give an insight into the behind the scenes work of the ICC Court. 

Registrations for the event are now open. To register for the event, click here. Registration can also be done by scanning the QR code given below.

ICC India Arbitration Day
ICC India Arbitration Day

To find out more about the 6th  ICC India Arbitration Day, please visit the event web page.

Notably, a day before the India Arbitration Day event, the ICC Institute of World Business Law Advanced Training will be holding a training session on the theme, “Conduct of the Proceedings and Case Management:  The Arbitrator’s Perspective.

This will mark the first time that the ICC Institute conducts such a training session in India, which will be held on December 1, 2023 at the Taj Palace, Delhi.

The full day training session will include sessions on: 

  • Active case management techniques

  • Effective management of arbitration: an ICC perspective

  • Arbitrators’ authority: scope and limits

  • Allowing additional claims and parties

  • Managing the exchange of information

  • Multiple case scenarios on active case management techniques and debate

The training will be conducted by leading global experts in arbitration including David Bateson (Arbitrator, 39 Essex Chambers, Singapore), Mohan Pillay (Founding Partner, Pinsent Masons MPillay LLP and  Member, ICC Commission on Arbitration & ADR for Singapore), Tan Chuan Thye SC (Partner, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP, Singapore; Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law), Hazel Tang (Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Singapore) and Melanie van Leeuwen (Partner, Derains & Gharavi International, Paris; Chair, ICC Commission on Arbitration & ADR ; Ex-officio Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law).

This is an advanced level training open to a select group of 40 experienced arbitration practitioners and arbitrators, who wish to develop the requisite skills and knowledge to prepare themselves for future appointments. As such the participants are required to possess the requisite knowledge and practical experience in arbitration to help them engage with complex issues covered at the training.

To find out more about the ICC Institute Advanced Training and register, please visit the event web page.

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