“Whilst some people have a history in creating conflict others create a history in conflict resolution“
- Anthony Higginson
Our team has made a habit of settling disputes by carving out a win-win situation for our Client’s and on the flip side aggressively pursuing our Client’s interests through creative solutions and understanding the pulse of the economy and law.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is the procedure for settling disputes without litigation, such as arbitration, mediation, or negotiation. ADR procedures are usually less costly and more expeditious. They are increasingly being utilized in disputes that would otherwise result in litigation, including high-profile labor disputes, divorce actions, and personal injury claims.
One of the primary reasons parties may prefer ADR proceedings is that, unlike adversarial litigation, ADR procedures are often collaborative and allow the parties to understand each other’s positions. ADR also allows the parties to come up with more creative solutions that a court may not be legally allowed to impose.
The Competition Act, 2002 (the Competition Act) empowers the CCI to scrutinize agreements – both horizontal and vertical, to see whether they result in an appreciable adverse effect on competition in the relevant market in India. We have forayed into this area of law and continue to build our practice.Our team has advised numerous domestic and international companies in a number of sectors, on the compatibility of provisions contained in supply and distribution agreements, as well as other exclusive arrangements, cartel investigations, joint ventures etc. for compliance with the provisions of the Competition Act.
Our reputation is based on a keen commercial sense of what our clients seek to achieve, the quality of our documentation and our ability to deliver a high value service within tight time frames.Advisory related to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.