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We are delighted to inform that Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA in association with Asia International Arbitration Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has organise Mini Conference on International Arbitration and Asia on the World Map on September 12, 2019 at India International Centre.
The Conference aims to provide a platform for delegates to address issues relating to different aspects of Arbitration Law & Practice in India and Malaysia, benefits of Institutional Alternative Dispute Resolution and exchange experiences, ideas on the same.
All in-house counsel, legal practitioners, arbitrators and academics interested in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
|16:30 – 17:00||Registration|
|17:00 – 17:15||Welcome Address:||Prof. (Dr.) C J Rawandale, Professor & Director, Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA|
|17:15 – 17:45||Key Note Address:||Hon`ble Mr. Justice Dhirubhai Naranbhai Patel, Chief Justice of High Court of Delhi (TBC)|
|17:45 – 18:00||Address by:||Mr. Sachin Datta, Senior Advocate|
|18:00 – 18:15||Address by:||Ms. Michelle Sunita Kummar, Deputy Head of Legal, AIAC|
|18:15 – 18:25||MOU Presentation and Announcement / Picture|
|18:25 – 18:30||Vote of Thanks: TBD|
|18:30 – 19:40||Panel Discussion:||Practitioners and AIAC’s views on Arbitration in India: present and future|
[The panel will discuss very objectively the actual impact of Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Amendment Act 2019. Most importantly, how at this stage AIAC has an advantage concerning the expectations of the Indian arbitration stakeholders. The Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 has been amended by Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019. Part 1A has introduced the concept of an Arbitration Council of India (‘Council’), which will be established by a notification by the Central. The Council will, inter alia, promote and encourage arbitration, mediation, conciliation or other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. It would be interesting to see how this would change the Arbitration Scenario in India which is known for dominance of Ad-hoc Arbitrations as compared to Institutional Arbitrations. It would also be interesting to discuss the best practices followed by Arbitral Institutions in other parts of Asia and how they can contribute to Indian dispute resolution practice.]
Chair: Mr. Sonal Kumar Singh, Partner, AKS Partners
07:45 – 09:00pm
Thursday, September 12, 2019 | 04:30pm – 09:00pm
Lecture Room I, Annexe Building, India International Centre, 40, Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi – 110003
Dr. Meenakshi Kaul,
Assistant Professor & Head – Training and HR, Training and Placement Cell
Mr. Siddharth Kanojia,
Assistant Professor & Head – Placements, Training and Placement Cell