Venue : Le Meridean Hotel, New Delhi
Held on : 02/10/2015
ASSOCHAM, an India’s leading Chamber of Commerce has been working for many years, to achieve a business friendly atmosphere in India through legal reforms. ASSOCHAM strongly believes that the investor confidence is directly proportionate to the effective legal systems in a country. ASSOCHAM has been advocating for suitable legal reforms and improvement in judicial delivery system to ensure speedy disposal of commercial cases. Unfortunately India is ranked as 186th country out of 189 countries in enforcement of contracts, by the World Bank. Such a ranking harms the investor confidence and discourage them from investing in India. Hence on 10th of February ASSOCHAM organised a National Conference on "Strengthening Economy Through Judicial Reforms" in which Hon’ble Law Minister of India Mr. Sadananda Gowda was the Chief Guest.
Report On Strengthening Economy Through Judicial Reforms:
ASSOCHAM entrusted the work of preparation of a detailed report explaining the necessary judicial reforms and measures to be taken by the government of India to M/S. Law Senate law Firm and appointed the Firm as the exclusive knowledge partner of the event. M/S. Law Senate law firm is a corporate law firm offering International and domestic arbitration and dispute resolution services based out of New Delhi, India. Mr. S. Ravi Shankar Arbitration lawyer & Advocate on Record Supreme court of India prepared a detailed report with information about the present status of the judicial delivery system in India, short term measures to improve the system and long term objectives, which was printed by ASSOCHAM. The Said Report was released by the Hon’ble Law Minister of India Mr. Sadananda Gowda and received by the Former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Hon’ble Justice Mr. Mukul Mudgal.
Presentation by S. Ravi Shankar:
Mr. Shankar presented the report and explained the urgent need for judicial reforms to create a comfortable atmosphere for growth in the economy. He also made a detailed presentation about the possibility of India becoming an International arbitration hub, which was well received by the corporate counsels and other delegates present in the conference. Both the Minister as well as the Former Judge appreciate the efforts of Mr. S. Ravi Shankar in bringing out this report. The Chief guest also assured positive action on the Report.
Videos of the Event :
D V Sadanada Gowda, Hon’ble Law and Justice Minister of India
Mukul Mudgal, Former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court
Mr. S. Ravi Shankar, Senior Partner – Law Senate Law Firm
R. K. Handoo, Sr. Lawyer & Chairman, ASSOCHAM's National Council on Legal Affairs
In this presentation Mr. S. Ravi Shankar, International & Domestic Arbitration lawyer & Senior Partner Law Senate law firm has discussed about “Can India become an International Arbitration Hub” at National Conference organised by ASSOCHAM.
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