Arbitration & Conciliation Lawyer in Delhi / India

The Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act governs the arbitration statute in India. It is based on the Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration adopted by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law in 1985. Previous statutory provisions on arbitration were contained in three different enactments, namely, the Arbitration Act, 1940 the Arbitration (Protocol and Convention) Act, 1937 and the Foreign Awards (Recognition and Enforcement) Act, 1961. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 has repealed the Arbitration Act, 1940 and also the Acts of 1937 and 1961.

Through Arbitration we help our clients in dispute settlement process wherein a third party is appointed to review the facts and merits of a case and further, reach a binding decision on the parties. It is an efficacious alternate dispute resolution process wherein the parties to the dispute must have previously consented to the arbitration, as part of a contract or before the court of law.

ADR provides a practical option for those who prefer amicably settle and decide their matters out of court and further have many potential advantages for the litigants, including:
  • Reduced litigation cost
  • cost effective
  • Efficient resolution
  • Less emotional stress
  • Flexibility with rules and procedures
  • Control over the results

Our firm provides various services under the law of arbitrations as follows:
  • Filing of Application before the High Court for appointment of Arbitrator;
  • Petition before the court seeking Interim relief before or at the stage of arbitration proceedings;
  • Petition under section 34 of Arbitration Act, 1999 seeking setting aside of the award;
  • Execution petition seeking realisation of the arbitration award before civil court.
  • Appearing before arbitrators across the country;
  • Arbitration in Commercial disputes
  • Domestic and International Arbitration
  • Enforcement of Awards in India and internationally

Pre-Litigation Mediation
Litigation is a suit which is still pending in the court process. Whereas, Pre-Litigation mediation takes place even before the court process/litigation begins.  It is voluntarily action opted by both the parties. It is a prior attempt to resolve the dispute before the case goes through the court process. It follows an assisted negotiation process.

We recommend our client to opt for Pre-Litigation mediation in many cases, before initiating litigation in the court, as it saves time and money of the parties as well as it is a speedy process; and they also get to know about the temperament, deeds and demands of either side of the parties. The procedure takes place with the help of a mediator, he promotes communication but the procedure holds great confidentiality in its own. The mediator works with both the parties along with their counsels for dispute resolution and does not impose his decision upon the parties.
All types of cases can go through the beneficial means of Pre-Litigation Mediation like matrimonial disputes, business disputes, insurance disputes, civil disputes etc.

Any dispute settlement made in Pre-Litigation Mediation is written & signed by both the parties and further filled in the court in the form of a proper settlement agreement and such agreement arising out of pre-litigation mediation is binding upon both the parties.