Lawctopus Law School presents an open webinar to introduce you to the subject and practice of Mediation.
The Indian Dispute Resolution system has been struggling due its adversarial nature of trials. To counter this problem, we must move towards other out of court settlement procedures of a conciliatory nature.
Mediation has evolved as a major out of court settlement procedure in recent years, so much so that the Bar Council of India has made it a compulsory subject in law schools.
In this webinar, Mr. Alipak Banerjee will speak on:
- Dispute Resolution in India – What is a viable alternative?
- Root of Mediation in India
- Legal Framework around Mediation
- Future of Mediation in India
- Practice and career in Mediation
Day, date, time: Friday, October 2, 6 pm-7:30 pm
Platform: Zoom (with all mandated safeguards in place)
Certificates: No. Please attend it for your knowledge and insights.
Questions: Participants will be on mute and can ask questions via the Q and A box.
Speaker: Mr. Alipak Banerjee
Alipak Banerjee is a Leader in the International Dispute Resolution and Investigations Practice at Nishith Desai Associates. He holds a Bachelors degree in law and a Masters degree in International Commercial Laws from University College London (UCL).
He represents clients in a wide-range of services with a special focus on cross-border and complex litigations and international commercial arbitrations.
He has experience in representing clients in institutional (SIAC, LCIA, ICC) and ad hoc arbitrations, and litigation proceedings in various jurisdiction, including India, Singapore, Hong – Kong and London.
The RSG India report, published in 2017, recommends Alipak as ‘excellence’ in corporate litigation. He was also nominated as an ‘Emerging Leader’ in 2019 RSG India Rankings.
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