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-Sakshi Garg* Honourable Mention, 1st RGNUL Arbitration Essay Writing Competition In the race of globalization and development, the world has changed its original ways of functioning. This impact can also be seen in the legal world where the disputes may no longer be resolved in courts. Alternate processes now exist which can resolve legal disputes … More PARTICIPATION OF AMICUS CURIAE IN INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATIONS
Unilateral Appointment of Arbitrator: Balancing the Principle of Mutuality and the Contra Proferentem Rule
-Intisar Aslam* Winner, 1st RGNUL Arbitration Essay Writing Competition “When I am representing a client in an arbitration, what I am really looking for in a party-nominated arbitrator is someone with the maximum predisposition towards my client, but with the minimum appearance of bias.” Prof. Martin Hunter Introduction The appointment of an arbitrator is a … More Unilateral Appointment of Arbitrator: Balancing the Principle of Mutuality and the Contra Proferentem Rule
-Om Agrawal and Shivendra Narayan* First Runners Up, 1st RGNUL Arbitration Essay Writing Competition With an ever-expanding list of businesses declaring their exit from Russia, the world witnesses an attempt at economic decoupling at a scale with no precedent in the age of globalization. Apart from the devastating humanitarian impact of the invasion of Ukraine, … More THE RUSSIA-UKRAINE CONFLICT AND SUBSEQUENT ECONOMIC MEASURES: THE INVESTMENT ARBITRATION PICTURE
-Alay Raje and Samridhi Shrimali* Seconds Runners Up, 1st RGNUL Arbitration Essay Writing Competition Introduction: “A fool repays a salve by a stab, and a stab by a salve” The escalating concerns surrounding the participation of amicus curiae [“amicus”] in investment arbitrations can be truly sketched by the above quote, meaning that; only a fool … More UNFURLING THE AMICI PARTICIPATIONS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION: AN ANTIDOTE NEEDED?
INTERIM RELIEF IN INDIA: MAXIMISING LEGISLATIVE INTENT AND JUDICIAL WILL THROUGH EMERGENCY ARBITRATION
-Shubhankar Sharan and Sahsransh Pandey* INTRODUCTION The Arbitration & Conciliation Act of 1996 was brought to enable parties to settle their disputes speedily and cost-effectively, while not having to go through the rigours of Courts. However, there are certain situations, wherein a party seeks interim relief before the Courts with the motive of preserving the … More INTERIM RELIEF IN INDIA: MAXIMISING LEGISLATIVE INTENT AND JUDICIAL WILL THROUGH EMERGENCY ARBITRATION
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