This well researched work provides a detailed explanation of the basics of international commercial arbitration with a special focus on Indian perspective. The book serves as an introductory guide for beginners who wish to enter the field of international commercial arbitration as well as a handy reference work for practitioners.
Includes the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (the Indian Act) and the 1985 UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration.
Provides information on most recent developments in International Commercial Arbitration.
Provides several case-laws and excerpts from prominent rulings of various jurisdictions.
Provides relevant practical illustrations, examples, legislations, and examples of clauses and sample forms.
Provides comparisons and contrasts to different arbitral laws.
K.K. Venugopal, Attorney General for India.
“This book would serve as an extremely useful introductory guide to those who are interested in International Commercial Arbitration.”
Satya Pal Jain, Ad. Solicitor General of India & Member, Law Commission of India.
“The authors’ have researched deeply in bringing out this marvelous piece of academic work. The fact that the book incorporates the latest Indian and Foreign case laws is also a great feature. This book has very meticulously showed and discussed the legislative intent of the law. From a practitioner’s point, this book is a great start for any amateur to learn about this field.”
Dr. Anirban Chakraborty, Associate Professor of Law at National Law University, Nagpur
"Good explanation of the concepts and language used."