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Arbitration Round-Up: 2023 So Far

1) Karnataka High Court: J.K. Technosoft Limited vs. Unikul Solutions Private Limited (11th July 2023)[1] The Hon’ble Karnataka High Court, based on the thumb rules of the much-deliberated judgment passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in

Learn about the crucial pre-requisite for arbitration referral - the presence of clear intention and meeting of minds among parties.

Presence of clear intention of parties and meeting of their minds, a pre-requisite to refer dispute(s)to arbitration: Calcutta High Court

Introduction In what could be touted as a significant ruling, the Calcutta High Court (“the HC”)in Blue Star Limited versus Rahul Saraf[1], echoed that there must be a definite and explicit intention of the parties

Delhi High Court On Scope Of Arbitrability Of Disputes Arising Out Of An Insurance Claim, When The Claim Is Partially Rejected

Delhi High Court On Scope Of Arbitrability Of Disputes Arising Out Of An Insurance Claim, When The Claim Is Partially Rejected

Introduction The Hon’ble Delhi High Court (“HC”) in a recent judgment of Shivalaya Construction Co. Pvt. Ltd. vs. National Insurance Company Ltd.[1],deliberated on the arbitrability and maintainability of a policyholder’s right to invoke arbitration in

What constitutes breaking point while applying for appointment of arbitration...Supreme Court

What constitutes breaking point while applying for appointment of arbitrator?…Supreme Court

Introduction In the recent judgment of M/s. B and T AG vs. Ministry of Defence[1],the Supreme Court (“the SC”) while discussing on issues of limitation for filing of application under S.11 (“the Application”)of the Arbitration

NN Global Mercantile Limited v. Indo Unique Flame Limited and Ors. – The Minority View

NN Global Mercantile Limited v. Indo Unique Flame Limited and Ors. – The Minority View

The decision passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court (“the SC”) on 11th January, 2021[1]by the three-judge bench comprising of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Banerjee in NN Global Mercantile Limited vs.

Supreme Court allows retrospective application of the amended S.29A of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Supreme Court allows retrospective application of the amended S.29-A of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

The Hon’ble Supreme Court (“the SC”) in the matter of Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd. (Formerly Tata Sons Ltd.) versus Siva Industries and Holdings Ltd. & Ors. settles law on retrospective applicability of amended S.29A of

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