ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION- ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION
COURSE NAME- ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION- ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION
PRICE- Rs. 1,599/-
NUMBER OF SESSIONS-
COURSE DURATION – 30 days
COURSE INCLUSIONS- Online Lectures, Customised E-book, Personalised User Dashboard for course queries, Guest Lecture, Course Quiz (optional), Certificate
LAWS INVOLVED- Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987
Alternate Dispute Resolution has become the primary means by which cases are resolved now days, especially commercial, business disputes. It has emerged as the preferred method for resolving civil cases, with litigation as a last resort. This Course discusses various kinds of dispute resolution processes which are legally available in India, the most important ones being Arbitration, Conciliation, Mediation and Lok Adalats. It talks about all that one needs to know about ADR in the fastest and easiest way.
TOPICS COVERED IN THE COURSE:
- Meaning of Alternate Dispute Resolution
- Forms of ADR’s – Mediation (including restrictions on mediator), Arbitration, Conciliation, Lok Adalat
- Meaning and Definitions of Arbitration, Arbitrator, Arbitration Agreement
- Arbitration Agreement, Essentials
- Rule of Severability
- Composition of Arbitral Tribunal
- Extent of Judicial Intervention
- Interim Measures, Power of Court to refer Parties to Arbitration
- Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal, Competence, Competence of Arbitral Tribunal
- Conduct of Arbitral Proceedings
- Place of Arbitration
- Arbitral Award, Termination, Enforcement
- Conciliation and its Mechanism
- Lok Adalats and Legal Aid under Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987
- Bare Act of Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.
- Bare Act of Legal Services Authorities Act, 1987.
- Avtar Singh, Law of Arbitration and Conciliation, Eastern Book Company, 2013(10th Edn).
- J. G. Merrills, International Dispute Settlement. U.K : Cambridge University Press, 2005(Fifth Edn).
- Robert J. Niemic, Donna Stienstra and Randall E. Ravitz, Guide to Judicial Management of Cases in ADR, Federal Judicial Centre, 2001.
- J. Auerbach, Justice Without Law? Oxford University Press, 1983.
- Abraham P. Ordover and Andrea Doneff, Alternatives to Litigation : Mediation,
- Arbitration, and the Art of Dispute Resolution, Notre Dame: National Institute for Trial Advocacy, 2002.