Conducting/domestic arbitration under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. 1996 and ICA rules Conducting International Arbitration under UNCITRAL and ICC Rules Rendering mediation services to clients Enforcing and challenging enforcement of Arbitral Awards Appointment of arbitrator through High Court of Delhi and Supreme Court of India Representing clients before High Courts and Supreme Court in arbitration petitions.

Advising clients on the appropriate venue of arbitration and choice of procedural and substantive law Representing clients before arbitral tribunals with regard to disputes arising out of agreements containing arbitration clause Applying to stay proceedings brought in breach of arbitration clauses Drafting and Vetting of arbitration agreements

Providing domestic ad-hoc Arbitration services.

Providing/Domestic Institutional/Arbitration services

Advising clients and handling arbitration cases related to Commercial / Contracts, Collaboration/Disputes, Contractual/Disputes, Construction / Agreements, Service/Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements, Supply Contracts,/Marketing Agreements, Sale Agreements, etc.

Advising clients on conciliation and mediation matters Enforcement of International arbitration awards in India and Challenging of awards passed in India

Advising clients on alternative dispute resolution laws and procedures

1. Initial Consultation:

This is the initial meeting between the client and the arbitrator or mediator to discuss the case or dispute. It typically involves:

  • Listening to the client's concerns and understanding the nature of the dispute.
  • Providing preliminary legal advice or mediation guidance.
  • Assessing the feasibility of proceeding with arbitration or mediation.
  • Discussing potential strategies for resolution.
  • The fee for the initial consultation covers the time and expertise of the arbitrator or mediator during this meeting, which can range from basic advice to more in-depth discussions.

2. Daily Arbitration Rate:

The daily arbitration rate is the fee charged by the arbitrator for each day of arbitration proceedings. It includes:

  • Conducting the arbitration hearings.
  • Reviewing case materials and evidence.
  • Making decisions and issuing awards.
  • Providing legal expertise and guidance throughout the arbitration process.
  • The rate varies based on the complexity of the case, the experience of the arbitrator, and the duration of the arbitration proceedings.

3. Case Assessment & Strategy:

This fee covers the arbitrator's or mediator's time and expertise in assessing the case and developing a strategic plan for resolution.It includes:

  • Reviewing case documents and evidence.
  • Identifying key issues and potential solutions.
  • Advising the client on the strengths and weaknesses of their case.
  • Developing a strategy for successful resolution.
  • The cost can vary based on the depth of analysis required and the complexity of the case.

4. Document Preparation:

  • Drafting or reviewing pleadings, submissions, and legal documents.
  • Ensuring that all necessary paperwork is prepared accurately and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
  • Making revisions and updates as needed.
  • The complexity of the documents and the extent of the preparation required can influence the cost.

5. Representation & Advocacy:

In arbitration, this fee covers the arbitrator's role in representing and advocating for the client's interests during the arbitration hearings. It includes:

  • Presenting arguments and evidence on behalf of the client.
  • Cross-examining witnesses.
  • Ensuring that the client's case is effectively presented.
  • Providing legal expertise and guidance throughout the hearings.
  • The fee can vary based on the complexity of the case and the number of days of representation required.

6. Mediation Services (if required):

  • Facilitating negotiations between the parties to reach a mutually acceptable settlement.
  • Assisting with communication and problem-solving.
  • Guiding the parties toward resolution.
  • The cost may depend on the number of mediation sessions required and the complexity of the dispute.

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Advocate High Court

+91-8369262393 | +91-9967546605

Geeta Daswani


Dual qualified Lawyer(India) / Solicitor (Proposed)(UK / England / Wales)-off Counsel

Saptarshi Dutt


Advocate High Court

B.A., LL.B, (Rank Holder, Calcutta University) LL.M (Rank Holder)

Noshir Fali Kumana

Advocate & Solicitor

Educational Qualifications
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