The second session on Mediation Series “A Mediation Law for India – Heralding a Change in the Practice of Dispute Resolution” will discuss the importance of Dispute Resolution in present times while drawing on the experience of our stellar panel.
When: October 8,2020 at 5:00pm
India is at the cusp of a Mediation Law. The Supreme Court of India constituted a Committee to draft a law on mediation which has submitted its draft for review. Institutions like NitiAyog are committed to “Unlocking the Potential of ODR” and make ADR/ODR a reality in India. The Singapore Convention came into force on September 12, 2020 and as a signatory, India is setting systems in place for ratification. This discussion will focus on why India needs a law on mediation; the elements of a strong mediation law and the impact of a law on the practice of mediation in India.
Topics of discussion includes:
- What will a mediation law in India bring to dispute resolution?
- What are the contours of a possible mediation law?
- What do recent international developments have to offer?
- What will a law mean for practitioners and parties?
- What safeguards must the law keep in mind to allow mediation to achieve its potential?
The session is open for all to attend and registration is complimentary. Save your seats today!
Register for the session here: https://bit.ly/3l0jZfW
For further queries, please contact: Ria Rungta ([email protected])
Watch the recording of Session 1 on “Commercial Mediation” here – https://youtu.be/ZR070guyzb8