[This guest post is authored by Malak Bhatt (Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India) and Atreyo Banerjee (Advocate). They are part of the Chambers of Malak Bhatt. The authors can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com] SEAMEC v. OIL (II): Has the Supreme Court Overstepped its Mandate under Section 34? The Supreme Court of … Continue reading SEAMEC v. OIL (II): Has the Supreme Court Overstepped its Mandate under Section 34?
[This guest post is authored by Kunal Katariya. He is a counsel, based in Mumbai, who practices before the Bombay High Court and tribunals in Mumbai and occasionally in the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, with a particular focus on securities, commercial and corporate litigation. He also regularly appears in arbitrations.] Vijay Karia and NAFED: … Continue reading Vijay Karia and NAFED: Aggravating the Conundrum of Enforcing Foreign Awards in India
This guest-post is authored by Pareekshit Bishnoi. Pareekshit is an advocate practicing before courts and tribunals at Delhi. He graduated from the National Law University, Odisha. Pareeskhit regularly appears before the Delhi High Court, Supreme Court, NCLT, NCLAT, and the NCDRC. He specializes in the laws of arbitration, insolvency and bankruptcy, consumer protection, transfer of … Continue reading Arbitral Tribunal’s Power to Re-examine Interim Reliefs decided by a Court
This guest post is authored by Chintan Nirala. Chintan is an India-qualified lawyer and has recently obtained a master’s degree in international dispute resolution from King’s College, London. He graduated from University of Allahabad (BA, LLB) in 2017, where he secured the top position in the ADR course. Notably, Chintan has interned with the International … Continue reading Arbitration Amendment Quandary 3.0: Supreme Court in HCC v Union of India