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Past employee can be appointed as an Arbitrator: SC

The Supreme Court of India reiterated that being a past employee is not a disqualification for becoming an arbitrator provided there are no justifiable doubts as to the person’s independence and impartiality. The Court clarified that the argument that the … Continue reading

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Private individuals, lawyers & judges to be considered as arbitrators: SC

The Supreme Court recently directed inclusion of private individuals, lawyers and judges to the list of retired government engineers to be considered as arbitrators by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. The Court reiterated that neutrality, impartiality and independence are the hallmarks … Continue reading

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