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International Arbitration Centre Pakistan

International Arbitration Centre Pakistan Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a form of dispensing justice which ensures timely resolution of disputes, saves time, cost and unnecessary burden on the judicial system. Informally ADR

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Newsletter By Mandviwalla & Zafar

Newsletter By Mandviwalla & Zafar  Editor’s Note This is the first edition of M & Z Newsletter which will be issued quarterly to keep our clients and colleagues abreast with the ongoing

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National Centre for Dispute Resolution Celebrates A Decade Of Achievement

National Centre for Dispute Resolution Completes 10 Years, Celebrates A Decade Of Achievement In 2007, National Centre for Dispute Resolution (NCDR), Pakistan’s first mediation centre was established by the name of Karachi Centre


Zafar Kalanauri

Law Of Arbitration In Pakistan

Law Of Arbitration In Pakistan There are currently two main pieces of legislation dealing with arbitration in Pakistan: the Arbitration Act 1940[1] and the Recognition and Enforcement (Arbitration Agreements and Foreign Arbitral

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Conference On Arbitration By Legal And Analytical Research Centre (LARC)

Conference On Arbitration By Legal And Analytical Research Centre (LARC) December 2016, Lahore – Legal and Analytical Research Centre (LARC) conducted a conference on the topic of arbitration which aimed to identify

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Dr Usman Hameed

Call For Developing Skills In ADR Techniques

Call For Developing Skills In ADR Techniques Borrowing from the quote of The Planet, ‘no serious accomplishment can be achieved unless a pattern is broken’, be it the pattern of living in


Javeria Younes

Scope Of Judicial Review In Arbitration

Scope Of Judicial Review In Arbitration Pakistani courts have by and large supported the decision by parties to submit their disputes for resolution by a domestic forum of their own choice, especially

Sharia Court Dispenses ‘Justice’ In Lahore

Sharia Court Dispenses ‘Justice’ In Lahore In a manifestation of people’s growing distrust in the conventional judicial system and mounting influence of religious organisations in the society, Jamatud Dawa (JuD) has set


Naima Ahmed

Pakistan’s Case With Arbitrability

Pakistan’s Case With Arbitrability Introduction International Commercial Arbitration has evolved to be one of the most exclusive ways of dispute settlement outside of realm of national courts. The corporate interests like its


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Vacancy: Senior Contracts & Claims Specialist – Mott MacDonald

Vacancy: Senior Contracts & Claims Specialist – Mott MacDonald Job description Acting as the Senior contracts and claims specialist on a major airport construction program, you would offer the client expert contractual


Ebrahim Saifuddin

Why Is Mediation Better Than Arbitration?

Why Is Mediation Better Than Arbitration? In Pakistan arbitration receives its legal backing from The Arbitration Act 1940 whereas mediation gains support from Section 89-A of the Civil Procedure Code subject to


Ahmed Jamal

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy?

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy? “To the extent that we are privatising public civil dispute resolution systems, we are essentially privatising a significant part of the way democracy is realized[1]”.


Nida Usman Chaudhary

Implications of Key BIT Provisions (Bilateral Investment Treaties)

Implications of Key BIT Provisions The aim of this paper is to review all the protective provisions found mostly in all BITs, whether coming from customary international law or enunciated through the