Category: International Commercial Arbitration

Confidentiality In Arbitration: An Unsolved Arena

By Udisha Ghosh, Symbiosis Law School, Pune “Editor’s Note:¬†One of the main reasons why arbitration is preferred over litigation is because of the confidentiality of proceedings and the award. It maintains the autonomy of the parties and prevents them from unwanted publicity. However, many international rules and national statutes do […]

Foreign Judgments in the context of Indian Law and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards

By Shreesha Bhatt, Shivansh Agarwal & Ashutosh Gondli, GNLU Editor’s Note: This paper deals with the enforcement of foreign judgments in India and also discusses the enforcement of Arbitral Awards. INTRODUCTION A decree in India, either foreign or domestic, has to be enforced under provisions of the Civil Procedure Code, […]