THE FUTURE OF INSTITUTIONAL ARBITRATION IN INDIA
India is not new to the world of arbitration. Ancient India recognized arbitration as an efficacious means of dispute resolution. Disputes were often decided with the intervention of Kulas (members concerned with the social matters of a community), Shrenis (people engaged in the same business or profession) and Pugas (local courts), which were collectively called Panchayats.This form of arbitration of disputes was substantially institutional in nature and was quite similar...
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We are delighted to share that our two Corporate Partners, Mr. Manish Gupta and Mr. K Venkat Satyanarayana are ranked amongst the Top 100 Corporate Dealmakers of the Year published in The InLegal 50 by Legally India Annual Review 2019.
Mr. Manish Gupta Ranked #5 led on 13 deals worth $1,069 million and Mr. K Venkat Satyanarayana Ranked #47 led on 4 deals worth $537 million. Few of the marquee deals led by the Firm as recognised by The InLegal 50 includes advising GMR Airports Ltd. on the huge $1.16 billion stake sale to a trio of investors, advising Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd. on $530 million M&A and advising Den Networks on acquisition by Reliance Jio for $311 million.
Since most construction contracts in India are bespoke forms which are perceived to have a skewed construction risk allocation in favour of the employer, the FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers) forms of contract are increasingly gaining favour in India as these have a balanced approach to risk allocation that is considered fair and reasonable, and are readily acceptable to construction contractors.