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October 2018

4th International Conference on “International and Domestic Arbitration : Current Scenario and Way Ahead

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4th International Conference on “International and Domestic Arbitration : Current Scenario and Way Ahead”

Date : 26th – 27th October 2018

Venue : Hotel Hilton, Guindy, Chennai, India.

The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amended) Act 2015 has raised much hope which promises to be effective tool for speedy and cost effective dispute resolution besides facilitating implementation of foreign awards. This augurs well for raising the level of ease of doing business in the Country and paving way for attracting more Foreign Direct investments. The objective of the Conference was to offer Arbitration related professionals across the nations to share the experience, knowledge and skills and to provide updates on the contemporary status of various aspects in the arena of Domestic and International Arbitration. Mr. Rohit Singhal, CEO Masin Projects was the part of the Technical Section “Prospective Vs. Retrospective Delay Analysis

The MCIA Annual Conference, New Delhi

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The Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration (MCIA) 3rd Annual Conference

Date : 27th October 2018

Venue : Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi, India.

 

The Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration (MCIA) organized 3rd Annual Conference, heading towards the recent development in arbitration law and focusing on the areas to deliver the best Arbitration in the Future. Masin was one of the co-sponsor for the event.

 

 

 

International Conference on Changing Landscape of Alternative Dispute Resolution in India

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International Conference on Changing Landscape of Alternative Dispute Resolution in India

Date : 6th October 2018

Venue : PHD House, New Delhi, India.

The conference was organized to discuss the increasing relevance and impact of Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms in India. The deliberations of the Conference chiefly emphasized on Mediation in India ‐ Issues, Challenges and Opportunities; Experiences of Institutional Arbitration Globally; ADR mechanisms in multiple sectors; Arb‐Med‐Arb – fast track provisions for resolution of disputes.

The deliberations and discussions was intended to bring some practical and useful suggestions from speakers across leading arbitration jurisdictions in the world who aim to provide a global perspective to the Indian business community on important trends and practices currently prevailing in commercial arbitration. Also,  Mr. Rohit Singhal, CEO, Masin Projects was one of the speaker on “Contemporary ADR Mechanism in Power, Construction, Energy, Infrastructure, Logistics”.