- India—proposed amendments to arbitration law: a solution with many problems
- Original news
- What amendments are proposed by the Bill?
- The ACI
- Determination of the 12-months’ timeline from ‘completion of pleadings’
- Confidentiality of arbitral proceedings
- Applicability of the amendments
- Concluding remarks
Arbitration analysis: On 10 August 2018, the Indian Parliament’s Lok Sabha (the House of the People) passed the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill 2018 (Bill) with the aim of further improving the arbitration regime, particularly institutional arbitration, in India. The Bill is premised on the Report of the High Level Committee to Review the Institutional Arbitration Mechanism in India chaired by Justice B.N. Sri Krishna (Committee). Vyapak Desai, Ashish Kabra and Shweta Sahu of the International Litigation and Dispute Resolution team at Nishith Desai Associates discuss this development.
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