International & Domestic Arbitration Specialists

Arbitration in the realm of sports law

22/Apr/2022, 12:50 PM

I Introduction The internationalisation of sports has resulted in making it a huge industry and has also, owing to globalisation and commercialisation of sports in general, led to the integration of sports and law. The sports industry has witnessed huge growth in a short span of time, which has completely transformed the nature of the …

Kanika Arora, Partner at Advani Law LLP Recognised by BW Legal- Top 30 under 30 Lawyers

1/Mar/2022, 5:00 PM

On January 29, 2022, BW Legal World’s—Top 30 Under 30 Lawyers and Legal Influencers have been announced. We are delighted to share that Ms Kanika Arora who has been entrusted with the duties to head as Partner-in-charge of the Delhi office of Advani Law LLP has been recognised as top 30 Under 30 Lawyers and …

Advani & Co. rebrands itself as Advani Law LLP

17/Feb/2022, 6:37 AM

Under the supervision and leadership of its Founder and Chairman, Mr. Hiroo Advani, Advani & Co. has witnessed a successful trajectory in the field of international as well as domestic arbitration law for over four decades. As a next step in its course of success and standing, Advani & Co. has now rebranded itself as Advani Law.

Examining the validity of asymmetrical & optional arbitration clauses

17/Feb/2022, 6:35 AM, Authored by Hiroo Advani, Asif Lampwala, Kenneth Martin, Srishti Ramchandani

Arbitration clauses by its very nature envisages reference of all disputes governed under the auspices of an Arbitration Agreement to be resolved vide Arbitration by reference of the parties to the Contract

Whether pre-conditions to arbitration are a matter of jurisdiction / admissibility?

4/Feb/2022, 1:41 PM, Authored by Hiroo Advani, Asif Lampwala and Kenneth Martin

In an age of increased cross-border investment, transaction and trade, modern-day commercial contracts incorporate Arbitration clauses as an efficient means of resolving disputes in a time-bound manner. Despite its benefits, Arbitration proceedings can be expensive and is not an economical means of resolving petty disputes.

Owners and Contractor’s liability towards Subcontractors

24/Jan/2022, 1:38 PM, Authored by Hiroo Advani, Kanika Arora, Surbhi Ahuja & Ria Garg

Many construction contracts require the contractor to enter into an agreement with a subcontractor for a specialised task of the contractor’s scope of work. The subcontractor can be either selected by the contractor or the employer of the contractor.

Arbitration in Asia: Practical tips from across the region

19/Nov/2021, 10:09 AM

 Overview In recent years, Asia has very much embraced international arbitration. And yet, it is often suggested that this is international arbitration, with Asian characteristics. How true is this? What peculiarities of arbitrating in Asia do international and Asian parties need to bear in mind?  In this session, experienced arbitration professionals across the region …

Whether limitation falls within the power of the Arbitral tribunal to rule on its own jurisdiction – RF Nariman’s judgment in Indian Farmers case

2/Oct/2021, 6:23 AM, Authored by Hiroo Advani & Manav Nagpal

The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (the A&C Act) is based on the 1985 UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, the enactment of the A&C Act signified the inception of the effort being made by the Indian legislature to bring India closer to the modern and pro-arbitral renaissance that was being spearheaded by the western world. Section 16 of the A&C Act embodies the sacrosanct doctrine of kompetenz-kompetenz which gives primacy to the Arbitral Tribunal to rule on its own jurisdiction including objections pertaining to the existence or validity of the arbitration agreement.

The curious case of Bina Modi v. Lalit Modi: Permissibility of Anti-Arbitration Injunctions in India

27/Jul/2021, 6:19 AM, Authored by Hiroo Advani & Manav Nagpal

Anti-arbitration injunctions are reliefs that can be sought from civil courts to restrain parties
that are signatories to arbitration agreements from initiating or continuing arbitral
proceedings. An anti-arbitration injunction is often resorted to by parties before the
commencement of the arbitral proceedings in order to prevent any delay in the resolution of
disputes or to prevent unnecessary wastage of costs when there is defect that goes to the root
of underlying arbitration agreement.

In collaboration with Law Ninjas: A Masterclass with Hiroo Advani

22/Jul/2021, 9:00 AM