[This article was originally written in 2016 and presented by the author at the National Conference on Arbitration on 26-27th August 2016 at ILS Law College, Pune] India’s economic policy was built on the foundations of socialist fervor. It maintained an aversive stand towards foreign investment. Consequently, India did not venture into international investment … Continue reading India’s Model BIT and Future with Investor-State Dispute Settlement
[This guest post is authored by Abhishar Vidyarthi, a fifth-year law student at Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai. He presently serves as a research assistant at Asian Arbitration and ADR Alliance, Singapore; and takes a keen interest in international commercial and investment arbitration. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org] Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is … Continue reading BITs and the Developing Nation’s Paradox: An Indian Perspective
[Happy to share that the Indian Arbitration Blog has been featured on the 'Top 60 Indian Law Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2019'. Click here to check out the list] In 1982, IBM and Fujitsu - the world’s biggest computer giants at the time - descended into a massive legal battle after IBM … Continue reading International arbitration and mediation: great friends or bitter foes?