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March 2021 Issue of the Newsletter out now!

Dear Reader,

Greetings from The Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.

We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.

We are elated to bring to you the Third Issue of the Third Volume of the CADR Newsletter.

The Supreme Court of India held that disputes are not arbitrable once a petition under Section 7 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 is filed; it also held (in another case) that a short delay in filing appeals under Section 37 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 can be condoned and the Delhi High Court opined that the current legal framework is sufficient for emergency arbitration and hence no amendments are, as of now, needed in the law.

Additionally, an ICSID claim against Latvia was dismissed over failure to furnish security for costs, the Indonesia – Singapore Bilateral Investment Treaty entered into force after being ratified by both states, and the Niti Aayog is set to launch its Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) booklet.

Follow this space for details!

The Newsletter initiative began with the observation that there exists a lacuna in the provision of information relating to ADR to the practicing community, and we wanted to provide a solution to the same. In keeping with that, we are glad to have many practitioners and students subscribe to the Newsletter and the Blog after the launch of the first issue.

To subscribe to the CADR Newsletter, you may send us an email at Additionally, you may subscribe to the CADR Blog via our homepage and you will receive a notification whenever we launch a volume of the Newsletter. As always, we await with bated breath for your feedback on our Newsletter. We hope to hear from you soon!

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Nikita Aggarwal Aditya Mathur Executive Editors, CADR Newsletter Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR) Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.

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