The latest quartely round-up is here!
This piece by Abhinav Gupta seeks to highlight the failure of English courts to determine a clear cut and precise position as to whether an exception of public interest can justify the breach of confidentiality. He also presents some solutions for appropriate disclosure of information in public interest.
In the latest blog post, Anusha Shekhawat & Vatsal Patel write a critique of the recent three-judge bench judgment of the Supreme Court of India in National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation of India v. Alimenta S.A., wherein a foreign arbitral award was set-aside on the ground of contravention of public-policy. The authors argue how the Supreme Court of India interpreted the law in its previous rulings correctly but applied it in a strange manner.
Greetings from the Editors! We are proud to share that the RMLNLU Arbitration Law Blog has been recognized among the top 20 Arbitration Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2019 by Feedspot. The blog is also ranked 13th among the top Indian Legal Blogs list of Feedspot. Feedspot's goal is to discover and rank popular … Continue reading RMLNLU Arbitration Law Blog now ranked amongst the top Arbitration Blogs!
The dispute resolution mechanism has seen quite a significant development in recent times, arbitration being one of the major revolutions. All these changes had, in their root, a desire to achieve a time saving method of dispute settlement. In order to bring better efficiency and innovation to this, every now and then new concepts are proposed and the present debate has been stirred up over 1940s emerged “Final Offer Arbitration” (FOA) or the “Baseball Arbitration”. In this blog post, Gaurav Kumar (3rd year, RMLNLU) discusses the basic idea of FOA and the International and Indian perspective concerning the same.