ASSOCHAM International Council of Alternate Dispute Resolution is going to organize the National Conference on Effects & Implications of Recent ADR / Commercial Courts Laws.
Date: 5th April, 2016
Venue: Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi
On 23rd December, 2015 Rajya Sabha and on 16th / 17th December, 2015 Lok Sabha passed two important Bills on (1) the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2015, and (2) The Commercial Courts, Commercial Division & Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Bill, 2015, which were earlier promulgated as Ordinance by the Hon’ble President of India. Both these Bills are set to revolutionize the resolution of commercial disputes in India.
It is hoped that this will bring a radical change in the image of India which has been infamous for having a heavily overburdened legal system that leads to indefinite delays in the disposal of court cases. Inefficiencies in its legal infrastructure have made it all the more difficult for foreign as well as domestic large investors to protect their investments in India.
Truly, the amended Arbitration and Conciliation Bill & the establishment of the Commercial Courts together would bring a revolution in the speedier resolution of the commercial disputes in India. Both bills reflect commitment of the Government to improve investment climate and spur economic growth. Now India can seek a place as the new arbitration hub of the world after London and Singapore. Hence, it is essential to know their key provisions and its effectiveness.
To discuss effects and implications of amended Arbitration & Conciliation Bill and establishment of Commercial Courts, ASSOCHAM International Council of Alternate Dispute Resolution (AICADR) is organizing one day ‘National Conference on ‘Effects & Implications of Recent Amended ADR / Commercial Courts Laws’ on Tuesday, the 5th April, 2016 at Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi.
Hon’ble Union Minister of Law & Justice, Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda, has very kindly agreed to be the Chief Guest at this Conference while the Law Secretary, Ministry of Law & Justice, Hon’ble Judges of Supreme Court / High Court, eminent Jurists and Senior Arbitration Practitioners will address the Conference.
Who should attend?
- Organizations involved in commercial dispute resolution, International & Domesti
- Legal Professionals
- Legal & Business Executives of PSUs / Companies & Firms
- Universities imparting Legal Education
- Legal Advisers
- Law Students
Key Issues to be discussed:
- Has the enactment of the Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2015 improved the arbitration scenario in India?
- How prepared are we to deal with the evolving arbitration laws
- Investment treaties & International treaty arbitration.
- Should India have a separate Arbitration Act for Domestic Arbitration and International Arbitrations, respectively?
- What will be the impact of the enforcement of Commercial Courts Bill, 2015 vis-à-vis Arbitration
- Pitfalls in the Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2015
- Requirement to make India a HUB for ADR
- Rs.2,500/- plus Taxes @ 14.5% per delegate
- Rs.2,000/- plus Taxes @ 14.5% per delegate for AICADR Members
Mr. S.L. Khurana
Phone: 011-46550573, +91-9899111216
Mr. Shivam Bharadwaj
Phone: 011-46550562, +91-9891895295
ASSOCHAM International Council of Alternate Dispute Resolution
ASSOCHAM Corporate Office: 5,
Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi – 110021
Tel: 46550555 (Hunting Line)
Fax: 011-46536481, 011-46536482, 011-46536497, 011-46536498
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