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CAN MEDIATION BE ADOPTED IN INDIA? Long-litigation years, increasing financial pressures on parties and the also the procedural arbitration mechanism, parties have become willing to resolve disputes at a faster pace with minimal costs and are looking for an alternative dispute resolution mechanism. Mediation is one such mechanism which can help evolving companies, MSMEs, start-ups,...


INTRODUCTION  A third party who independently provides funds to parties for a dispute in exchange of a fraction of monetary rewards that is recovered from the proceedings is called Litigation Financing. It is also referred as Third Party Funding (TPF). This type of funding adjudges the value of legal claims even before they can be...

Dispute And Litigation Management In India Indian companies are yet to realise that every litigation arises after cropping of dispute but 70% of disputes can be contained at that level itself so that a dispute does not emerge into a full fledged litigation. It is pertinent to note that CFO, CEO and Legal heads can well...

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