Venue : Readission Blu hotel, Noida, New Delhi
Held on : 05/22/2014
PHD Chamber of Commerce one of the leading Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India having more than 10,000 Companies as members from the States Delhi, Punjab and Haryana organises every year a summit for the Corporate legal counsels of the member Companies. The objective of the above said summit was to update the corporate legal counsels about the recent developments in various fields of law including Companies Act, Arbitration and conciliation Act, Information & Technology law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking, Alternate Dispute Mechanisms of India, Foreign Direct investment etc.,
Speakers were invited from reputed law firms, Institutions and consulting Firms of India to handle different topics. Hon’ble Justice. Mr. K. Panicker from the Supreme Court of India was the Chief Guest. Mr. Rahul Sarin from the Competition Appellate tribunal and Mr. Anurag Goel from the Competition Commission of India, were guest of honour for the opening ceremony.
Legal audit, Competition law, Overseas Acquisitions and Alternative dispute Resolution were the topics which attracted the participants. Alternative dispute resolution topics were handled by renowned speakers including Supreme Court Advocate, President of Arbitration Bar of India and partner of Lawsenate Mr. S. Ravi Shankar, Mr. Ajay Thomas Registrar, London Court of International Arbitration (Mumbai), Amar Kumar Sundaram Ernst & Young & Mr Murthy from Red Bull.
Mr. S. Ravi Shankar explained the strategies corporate counsel should follow while drafting the arbitration agreements and during the arbitration proceedings to avoid delays and court interferences in the proceedings. His presentation was well received by the participants since the points given by him were relevant and practical. Participant were from different top companies of India including ONGC, Microsoft, Siemens, Nirantra, Proplairity group & times of India.
Mr. S. Ravi Shankar, Senior Partner, Law Senate and Advocate on Record Supreme Court of India, has given a presentation on 'Delays in Arbitration Proceedings in India' at Corporate Legal Counsel Summit 2014 organized by PHD chamber of commerce . He has explained the strategies, corporate counsel should follow while drafting the arbitration agreements and during the arbitration proceedings to avoid delays and court interferences in the proceedings.
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