4th Annual Conference on Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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Kanan Kumar
Tel: +91-11-41034615 (D),
M: +91-9891210461
Email: kanan.kumar@indiainfrastructure.com

Megha Apte
Email: megha.apte@indiainfrastructure.com
Mobile: +91-9582345887, +91-11- 41034616, +91-11-41034615

PARTNERSHIP PACKAGES :

  • One speaker slot in each conference (15-18 mins)
  • Your company logo will be promoted as Supporting Partner on –
    • The front of the conference brochure
    • All promotional printed materials
    • The backdrop banners within the main conference auditorium
    • Welcome panel at the entrance of the conference hall.
    • Delegate kit given to all delegates and speakers.
  • The sponsor’s corporate profile/brochure sheet within the delegate packs
  • The India Infrastructure HTML e-mails promoting the event to our database (including your URL link for direct access to your preferred webpage)
  • Upto 3 delegate passes to the conference
  • A copy of the delegate list with contact details post the conference

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. It publishes Indian Infrastructure (a magazine devoted to infrastructure policy and finance), as well as Power Line, Renewable Watch and tele.net magazines. The group also produces a series of reports on finance and infrastructure sectors. It organises almost four dozen conferences in a year. Its recent conferences in finance have included: Private Equity in Infrastructure, Real Estate Investment Trusts and Infrastructure Investment Trusts, Infrastructure Finance in India, Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Bonds Financing, External Commercial Borrowings, Legal Issues in Infrastructure, PPP in Infrastructure and Debt Restructuring: SDR & S4A.

 

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HYATT REGENCY
BHIKAIJI CAMA PLACE RING ROAD,
Delhi 110066

Kanan Kumar
Tel: +91-11-41034615 (D),
M: +91-9891210461
Email: kanan.kumar@indiainfrastructure.com

 

CONFERENCE QUICK FACTS
Venue Hyatt Regency , New Delhi
Dates August 21 , 2019
Timings Thursday,  August 21 , 9:00am- 5:00pm
Registration Registration starts from 8:30 AM,  August 21
Programme Type Non-residential
Requirements Participants need to carry their business cards and ID’s the venue

The participants at our other recent finance related conferences include: ABB India Limited, Adani Ports, Adani Power, Aditya Birla Finance, AECOM, Afcons, Alchemist ARC, ALMT Legal, Apprise Insolvency Professionals, ARCIL, ATC Telecom, Axis Bank , Axis Capital, AZB & Partners, Bankruptcy Law Reforms Committee, Bhandari & Associate, Birla Sunlife Asset Management, BMR Advisors, BP India, BPCL, Brescon, Bridge & Roof, BRIDGE TO INDIA, BRNL, Brookfield Financial, Cairn, CARE, CBRE, Chandhiok & Associates, CRDC, CIDCO, CLP India, CLSA, CMRC, CPPIB, CRISIL, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, DBS Bank, Deesha Power, DIAL, Deloitte, Dhir & Dhir, Dhruva Advisors, Dilip Buildcon, Dolat Capital, Doshion Water Solutions, DSK Legal, DSP Merill Lynch, Duff & Phelps, E&Y, E&Y LLP, ELP, Edelweiss ARC, ELP, Equirus Securities, Essar Power, Essel Infraprojects, Feedback Brisa, Feedback Infra, Gammon, GMR, GSECL, HCC, HSA Advocates, HUDCO, IBBI, ICICI Bank, ICRA, IDAC, IDBI Trusteeship, IDeck, IDFC Alternatives, IDFC Bank, IFCI, IIFCL, IL&FS Engg, IL&FS Financial Services, IL&FS Investment Managers, IL&FS Maritime, ITNL, India Metals & Ferro Alloys Limited(IMFA), India Power, India Ratings, Indian Institution of Technical Arbitrators, Indus Law, Indus Towers, Infrastructure Advisors, Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services, ICC Singapore, IPE Global, IRB, Iridis Advisory, IVRCL, J Sagar, J&K SPDC, J.M. Baxi, Jaipur Metro Rail, Jaypee Infratech, Jindal Steel & Power, JM Financial, JMC Projects, JNPT, Juris Corp, Kalpataru Power, Khaitan & Co, Kochhar & Co, Kotak Mahindra, KPMG, KRDCL, L&T Construction, L&T Financial Services, L&T IDPL, L&T Infrastructure Finance, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Law Senate, Link Legal, Luthra & Luthra, Macawber Beekay, Madhu Developers, MSEDCL, Marsh India, Masin Projects, Mazagon Dock, MEP Infra, MIAL, MMRCL, Morgan Stanley, Mumbai Centre For International Arbitration , NHAI, National Insurance Company, National Steel & Agro, NCC , NHPC, Orbit Law, Paramount Limited, Patel Engg, PNC Infratech, Power Grid, Power Transmission, Pranav Construction Systems, PTC India, PwC, Rail Vikas Nigam Limited, RAJAH & TANN SINGAPORE LLP, Reliance Infra, Reliance Nippon Life Insurance, RITES, RMG Alloy Steel, S&P Global, Sadbhav Engg, SBI, SBI Cap Trustee, SBI Capital Markets, Shapoorji Pallonji, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Shriram EPC, Simplex Infrastructure, SIAC, Societe Generale, Statkraft Markets, Sterlite Power, Sumat Gupta & Co., Tata Capital, Tata Capital Financial Services Limited, Tata Cleantech Capital, TRIL Roads, Trust Group, Vesuvius, Visakha Container, Vistar Metal Industries, Vistra ITCL, Voltamp Transformers, Wadia Ghandy, Welspun Enterprises, etc.

  • Legal disputes have been one of the primary reasons for time and cost overruns in infrastructure projects. Over Rs 1.5 trillion worth of infrastructure projects are stuck due to litigation at present.
  • There are legal disputes among almost all stakeholders. Developer versus concessioning authority. Government versus contractor. Operator versus regulator. Regulator versus government. Lender versus developer.
  • Despite this, the resolution process in India is quite time consuming and costly. As per the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Study, 2019, India takes around four years and 31 per cent of the claim value to resolve disputes.
  • The need for an effective dispute resolution process is increasing day by the day as more infrastructure projects are planned, developed and commissioned.
  • The government has become proactive and announced a number of initiatives. New laws are being enacted and existing ones being modified for speedier and effective resolution of disputes. Alternate dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms are being promoted. Model concession agreements are being revisited and modified. Institutional capacity is being strengthened.
  • The mission of this conference is to analyse the developments in dispute resolution and arbitration in India, discuss their impact, highlight the key unresolved issues and examine the way forward. The conference will also offer a platform for different stakeholders to share their experience and exchange views and opinion

 

GOVERNMENT PERSPECTIVE: INITIATIVES FOR SPEEDIER DISPUTE RESOLUTION

  • What is the government’s perspective on dispute resolution and arbitration in infrastructure?
  • What will be the impact of the proposed/recent amendments to dispute resolution and arbitration [Indian Arbitration Council Act, 2017; Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2018; Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts (Amendment) Bill, 2018; etc.]?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?

DEVELOPER/CONCESSIONAIRES’/OPERATOR PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of infrastructure developers/operators with regard to arbitration and dispute resolution in India across sectors?
  • What are their major issues and concerns?
  • What needs to be done on the regulatory/legislative front for speedier resolution?

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS  PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of construction contractors with regard to arbitration and dispute resolution in India across sectors?
  • What are their major issues and concerns?
  • What measures can be taken on the regulatory and legislative front to ensure speedier resolution?

CONCESSIONING AUTHORITIES/IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES  PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of concessioning authorities/implementing agencies with regard to arbitration and dispute resolution in India across sectors?
  • What are their major issues and concerns?
  • What needs to be done on the regulatory/legislative front for speedier resolution? (Sectors include roads, ports power, airports, mining, telecommunication, urban mass transit, and water and sanitation.)

REGULATORY EXPERIENCE

  • What has been the regulatory experience with infrastructure projects?
  • What is the role played by key agencies (PNGRB, TRAI, CERC, AERA, etc.)? What are the key challenges?
  • What are the key lessons learnt

FINANCIERS’/INVESTORS’ PERSPECTIVE

  • What has been the experience of financiers/investors with regard to arbitration and dispute resolution in India across sectors?
  • What are their major issues and concerns?
  • What needs to be done on the regulatory/legislative front for speedier resolution?

 

ALTERNATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (MEDIATION, CONCILIATION, ARBITRATION, NEGOTIATION, ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND LOK ADALATS)

  • What are the alternate dispute resolution mechanisms in India? Have these led to speedier resolution?
  • What are the key issues and challenges of these mechanisms?
  • What needs to be done to improve the ADR mechanism in India?

COST, TIME AND CLAIMS MANAGEMENT

  • What are the challenges in managing the cost and time overruns in dispute cases?
  • What are the challenges in computing claims? What are the strategies being adopted to overcome these?
  • What are the global best practices? Which is the most relevant in India?

GLOBAL EXPERIENCE: BEST PRACTICES

  • What has been the global experience with regard to dispute resolution and arbitration?
  • What are the global best practices?
  • What can India learn from international best practices?

INSTITUTIONALISING ARBITRATION

  • What is the role of arbitration institutions in India (ICA, ICADR, etc.)?
  • What is the view of these institutions on the arbitration process in India?
  • What are the key challenges?
  • What has been the role of foreign arbitration institutions (SIAC, LCIA, etc.)? What lessons can be learnt from global arbitration institutions?

MANAGING DISPUTES UNDER CHANGE IN LAW

  • What has been the experience in handling disputes resulting from change in law?
  • What are the challenges faced under such disputes?
  • What improvements are needed to better manage the risk allocation between parties in such disputes?

For speaking opportunities, please contact:
Neha Mathur

Email: neha.mathur@indiainfrastructure.com
Mob: + 91 8826000927

  • nfrastructure developers (roads, railways, ports, airports, power,renewable, oil & gas, coal, mining, real estate/townships, water & waste management and urban transportation)
  • Legal firms     
  • Sectoral advisory firms
  • Infrastructure-related government agencies
  • Commercial banks and financial institutions
  • Industry analysts
  • Arbitration institutions
  • Practising arbitrators
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • EPC firms
  • Tax and other sector consultants
  • State infrastructure development organisations
  • Project executing agencies
  • Bilateral and multilateral agencies
  • Financial advisory firms
  • Advocates, CA, CS
  • Asset reconstruction companies
  • Equipment and technology providers
  • Infrastructure fund managers, etc.

 

By :

  • Hyatt Regency
  • New Delhi

Event Schedule Details

  • August 21, 2019 (Wednesday)
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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