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Arbitration is the most satisfactory method of resolving globa...

Sarosh Zaiwalla, Founder and Senior Partner, Zaiwalla & Co An arbitration is a private and confidential forum chosen by the parties to resolve legal disputes which would otherwise need to be decided in a court of law. An arbitration tribunal for ... Financial Express, 3 days ago

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Is Britain really better off alone?

The long-term results of Brexit may outweigh many of the problems that come with EU membership, says Sarosh Zaiwalla By Sarosh Zaiwalla 4 hours ago The United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union has prompted jubilant celebrations ...
 Gulf Business2 months ago

Hurdles for Iran

Banking , Finance , Legal , Markets , News , Trade and Commerce — By admin on October 19, 2016 at 4:59 PM Azadeh Meskarian A year on from the joint comprehensive plan of action It is now a year on since the historic Joint Comprehensive ...
 All About Shipping3 days ago
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Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration to open today

12:49 pm FOLLOW US: Mumbai: The Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration (MCIA), a first of its kind international arbitration institution, will open in Mumbai on Saturday. The MCIA is the result of a joint effort between the domestic and ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago Mumbai to have its first international arbitration centre  DNA India2 weeks ago Devendra Fadnavis launches Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration  Smart Investor2 weeks ago

Could you be liable for costs of a litigation you were never a party to?

at 2:28 PM David Manasyan The English Court has very wide ranging powers when it comes to the question of costs of proceedings. Although, in English litigation, the usual rule is that the losing party pays a proportion of the winning party's ...
 All About Shipping3 weeks ago

India's first commercial arbitration centre to be opened in Mumbai

The Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration— to be opened on 8 October—can act as an alternative for dispute resolution to existing facilities in Singapore, Hong Kong and London, experts say New Delhi: The Mumbai Centre for International ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
Asian Today

The English Asian Business Awards announce shortlisted contenders

Voted for by the public, the English Asian Business Awards announce their finalists for 2016. The awards will commend the professionals and businesses from the British Asian community at the forefront of their industries, which serve as an ...
 Asian Today1 month ago

5th edition of Mehr Vision reviews Iran top events

The cover story of this edition is dedicated to the six-nation tour of Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to Latin America. Visiting Cuba, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Venezuela for the very first time, Zarif was aiming to further ...
 Mehr News1 month ago

A BIT too late

Antrix case comes after India has revised and issued a new model treaty Last month the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague handed down an arbitration award concluding that the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) and the ...
 Financial Express2 months ago
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