KATOG ARBITRATION COURSE

1,000.00

Course Designed By:

Adv. Sakshi Bhayana
Former Asst. Legal Advisor at Delhi International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) [Practising Advocate at High Court of Delhi].

Course Syllabus

Module 1

  • Introduction to Arbitration
  • Difference between Arbitration and Mediation
  • Difference between Arbitration and Negotiation
  • Types of Arbitration
  • Reason to opt for Arbitration as Dispute settlement
  • Benefits of Industrial Arbitration
  • Ad hoc Arbitration
  • Benefits of Ad hoc arbitration
  • Fast track Arbitration
  • Benefits of Faat track Arbitration
  • Disputes which can not be resolved by Arbitration
  • Amendments in Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Module 2

  • Arbitration: A consensual Process
  • The landscape of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Arbitration Agreements
  • Appointing the Tribunal
  • Confidentiality and the Arbitral Process

Module 3

  • Monitoring the Tribunal’s application of Contract Law
  • Awards disclosing the errors of English Law
  • General features of Gateway under section 69
  • Exclusion of appeals on points of English Law
  • Effect of High Court appeal under section 69
  • International Controversy Regarding Section 69 challenges
  • Refusal to give effect to Foreign Awards
  • Scheme of New York Convention
  • National Court’s Annulment of Domestic Award
  • The Dallah Saga: English Court’s refusal to enforce the French Award

Module 4

  • Central Contractual Doctrines
  • Sources and General principles of English Contract Law
  • Freedom of Contract
  • Principles (Pacta Sunt Servanda, Freedom of Contract, The Objective Principle, Good Faith, and Fair dealing, Estoppel- Protection against Party’s inconsistency)
  • Validity (Certainty, Writing, Guarantees, deeds or Covenants, Consideration Doctrine, Misrepresentation and coercion, Terms and Variation, Interpretation of Written contracts, Breach, Frustration and termination, Remedies for breach)
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Course Designed By:

Adv. Sakshi Bhayana Former Asst. Legal Advisor at Delhi International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) [Practising Advocate at High Court of Delhi].

Course Syllabus

Module 1

  • Introduction to Arbitration
  • Difference between Arbitration and Mediation
  • Difference between Arbitration and Negotiation
  • Types of Arbitration
  • Reason to opt for Arbitration as Dispute settlement
  • Benefits of Industrial Arbitration
  • Ad hoc Arbitration
  • Benefits of Ad hoc arbitration
  • Fast track Arbitration
  • Benefits of Faat track Arbitration
  • Disputes which can not be resolved by Arbitration
  • Amendments in Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Module 2

  • Arbitration: A consensual Process
  • The landscape of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Arbitration Agreements
  • Appointing the Tribunal
  • Confidentiality and the Arbitral Process

Module 3

  • Monitoring the Tribunal’s application of Contract Law
  • Awards disclosing the errors of English Law
  • General features of Gateway under section 69
  • Exclusion of appeals on points of English Law
  • Effect of High Court appeal under section 69
  • International Controversy Regarding Section 69 challenges
  • Refusal to give effect to Foreign Awards
  • Scheme of New York Convention
  • National Court’s Annulment of Domestic Award
  • The Dallah Saga: English Court’s refusal to enforce the French Award

Module 4

  • Central Contractual Doctrines
  • Sources and General principles of English Contract Law
  • Freedom of Contract
  • Principles (Pacta Sunt Servanda, Freedom of Contract, The Objective Principle, Good Faith, and Fair dealing, Estoppel- Protection against Party’s inconsistency)
  • Validity (Certainty, Writing, Guarantees, deeds or Covenants, Consideration Doctrine, Misrepresentation and coercion, Terms and Variation, Interpretation of Written contracts, Breach, Frustration and termination, Remedies for breach)

Administration of Courses

  1. The duration of the course is 1 month.
  2. Material(Softcopy) will be mailed for every 5 days.
  3. You have to finish a module within a specified time.
  4. You will be given 3 days to submit the questionnaire at the end once we sent it.
  5. A confirmation mail will be sent within 24 hrs once enrolled.

Certification/Assessment

  1. An open book exam at the end will be conducted in order to know the course outcome (MCQ/Descriptive).
  2. Hardcopy & Softcopy certificate will be provided.
  3. The questionnaire will be mailed via e-mail.

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