Arbitration and Other Alternate Dispute Resolutions in the U.S.-India Corridor: A Practical Guide
Sponsored by US India Business Council, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, SABA-DC
As India becomes one of the fastest growing economies in the world, the need for a robust alternate dispute resolution mechanism that instils confidence in international players is paramount. Historically, India’s approach to enforcement of awards and dealing with international arbitrations has been checkered, but the recent notable amendments to the Indian Arbitration Act have once again indicated the legislature’s intention to boost investor confidence and to promote business and investments. Understanding the country’s approach to international arbitration is key to the success of any organization looking to benefit from a successful India play.
Khaitan & Co and USIBC are pleased to invite you for a virtual panel discussion that will provide an overview of this interesting space in the Indian landscape. The discussion will straddle themes such as practical considerations, challenges faced, and the scope of improvement in the future. Attendees will get a holistic view of what to expect in an arbitration involving any Indian element, including the benefits and any possible challenges they are likely to face.
Shukla Wassan, Former General Counsel, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages
Vanita Bhargava, Partner, Dispute Resolution, Environment, Tax Litigation, Khaitan & Co
Moderator: Arshad (Paku) Khan, Executive Director, Khaitan & Co
When: Wednesday, February 24, 2021,10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST
RSVP here. For more information, please contact Amy Hariani
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