Does an Extension Agreement Need a Specific Arbitration Clause?

[This guest post is authored by Suvanwesh Das. He is a 3rd year B.B.A., LL.B. student at National Law University Odisha] Arbitration agreements, like any other contract, can be overridden by another agreement between the Parties. If the original contract is terminated in its whole, the arbitration agreements contained in such contract may also deemed … Continue reading Does an Extension Agreement Need a Specific Arbitration Clause?

Featured: Delos India Launch Event | Invitation | 21 October 2021 | Free Registration 

(This is a featured post. Queries can be addressed to riddhi.joshi@delosdr.org (Riddhi Joshi)/ varad.kolhe@delosdr.org (Varad Kolhe)   Delos Dispute Resolution is an innovative arbitral institution, aimed at making dispute resolution efficient and effective through arbitration. The Delos Board of Advisors is composed of global leaders in the field of international arbitration and dispute resolution. Delos will be holding … Continue reading Featured: Delos India Launch Event | Invitation | 21 October 2021 | Free Registration 

Inox Renewables v. Jayesh Electricals: A Renewed Tussle between Seat and Venue

[This guest post is authored by Sumit Kulkarni and Mitali Ingawale. They are final-year LL.B students at ILS Law College, Pune] Inox Renewables v. Jayesh Electricals: A Renewed Tussle between Seat and Venue On 13 April 2021, the Supreme Court in M/S. Inox Renewables Ltd. v. Jayesh Electricals Ltd.,(‘Inox Renewables’) ruled that, in the prevailing … Continue reading Inox Renewables v. Jayesh Electricals: A Renewed Tussle between Seat and Venue

Indus Biotech v Kotak: Supreme Court on Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes

[This guest post is authored by Shashwat Awasthi and Anushka, both studying in their fourth year at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow] Indus Biotech v Kotak: Supreme Court on Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes The relationship between arbitration and insolvency has been the subject of many a discussion among the legal fraternity. This … Continue reading Indus Biotech v Kotak: Supreme Court on Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes

BSNL v. Nortel: Supreme Court on Limitation Period for Section 11 Applications and Refusal of Ex-facie Time Barred Claims

[This guest post is authored by Paridhi Galundia. She is currently studying in the 4th Year of her B.A.LLB (Hons.) at Institute of Law, Nirma University] BSNL v. Nortel: Supreme Court on Limitation Period for Section 11 Applications and Refusal of Ex-facie Time Barred Claims In one of her last judgments, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. … Continue reading BSNL v. Nortel: Supreme Court on Limitation Period for Section 11 Applications and Refusal of Ex-facie Time Barred Claims

Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part I)

This guest post is authored by Disha Lohiya. She is currently studying in the third year at National Law University, Jodhpur. Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part I) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 [“the Act”] does not refer to a seat or venue.  It only refers to the place of arbitration. Section … Continue reading Seat v Venue of Arbitration: A Quest for Clarity (Part I)

Avitel v HSBC: Finally a Uniform Standard on Arbitrability of Fraud?

[This guest post is authored by Richa Borthakur. She is currently studying in the fourth year at the O. P. Jindal Global University] Avitel v HSBC: Finally a Uniform Standard on Arbitrability of Fraud? Indian courts have long held a pessimistic view towards arbitrability of fraud[1]. Due to the lack of statutory direction, vague tests … Continue reading Avitel v HSBC: Finally a Uniform Standard on Arbitrability of Fraud?

Government of India v. Vedanta Limited: Supreme Court fortifies pro-enforcement approach, clarifies limitation period

[This guest post is authored by Dhriti Mehta and Donika Wahi. They are students at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.] Government of India v. Vedanta Limited: Supreme Court fortifies pro-enforcement approach, clarifies limitation period The Supreme Court recently in a judgment titled Government of India (GOI) v Vedanta Ltd.[1] (Vedanta) has rendered a decision … Continue reading Government of India v. Vedanta Limited: Supreme Court fortifies pro-enforcement approach, clarifies limitation period