Advocate, Mediator and Insolvency Professional at Mumbai, India.
Civil, criminal and constitutional matters.
We encourage parties to resolve dispute through mediation.
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There could be various scenario for considering mediation to resolve existing or probable conflict. The first and foremost common sense approach is to resolve disputes through mediation just because it saves time and cost involved in arbitration or litigation in court. Further, there is no certainty about the final outcome in litigation or arbitration. More … Continue reading Why mediation?
Pre-pack under the IBC: an option for MSME Corporates to resolve its financial distress without losing control
India has made drastic change on the way insolvency is resolved for corporate entity with limited liabilities with the enactment of much coveted Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (the IBC). And recently it has witnessed the 6th amendment to the IBC. This shows that while the IBC is in the making (work in progress), what is heartening … Continue reading Pre-pack under the IBC: an option for MSME Corporates to resolve its financial distress without losing control
In India, mediation can be a statutory requirement, generally before institution of a suit (majority of cases), or a court referred (rare) or a contractual i.e. requirement of private contract between parties (gaining momentum). There is no specific law of mediation in India. However, the mediation is recognised in India under different statutes. The same … Continue reading Mediation in India