Law relating to Arbitration and Conciliation 9th Edition

“Law Relating to Arbitration and Conciliation 9th Edition, authored by Dr. P. C. Markanda, Naresh Markanda and Rajesh Markanda, is a book that consists of section-wise commentary on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996. The book is essential for people like corporate lawyers, arbitrators, judges, law schools, and legal departments of companies.

  • The book is a section wise commentary on Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 covering all aspects of Arbitration law
  • Includes commentary on the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015
  • Incorporates judicial and legislative developments since the last edition reflecting the current trend in arbitration law
  • The book has been cited by the Madras High Court in NEPC India Ltd., formerly NEPC Micon Ltd. Vs. Sundaram Finance Ltd., 1998 IIIMLJ 116 and Mankanner Jain School Welfare Society Vs. Anilkumar J. Doshi, (2007) 1 MLJ 769
  • The historical background on the evolution of Arbitration since the pre-British era is a unique feature of this work
  • The book is a standard reference for Arbitrators, Judges, Advocates, Corporate Lawyers, Law firms, Indian Council of Arbitration, In-house counsels, Judicial Academies, ADR Institutions, Conciliators and Mediators, Court and Tribunal Libraries, Industry Chambers, Government Departments, and Law School Libraries

Building and Engineering Contracts Law and Practice 5th Edition

“This book thus focuses on the underlying concepts and principles behind various clauses in a building and construction contract, supporting them with domestic and international case law to explain the practical side of the subject. The book also refers to works by various foreign authors, wherever it was found that the principles laid down could be applied to India as well.

Salient Features:-

  • Thematic commentary on law relating to building and engineering contracts.
  • Contains detailed discussion on topics of special importance:
    • (i) Contracts with Government
    • (ii) Tenders
    • (iii) Interpretation of Engineering Clauses
    • (iv) Approvals and Certificates
    • (v) Blacklisting
    • (vi) Bank Guarantees
    • (vii) Breach and Frustration of Contracts
    • (viii) Liquidated Damages
    • (ix) Extension of Time
  • Prominent international works such as Hudsons Building & Engineering Contracts, Chitty on Contracts, Emden & Watsons Building Contracts & Practice and Creswell on Contracts are referred to.
  • Examines relevant case law from other jurisdictions including UK, USA, Canada, South Africa, France, Australia and New Zealand.

Law of Contract (Latest Edition)

“The book provides a quick introduction to approaches and methods for the successful implementation of mergers and acquisitions. It summarizes the most accurate and understandable strategies, analytical tools and measures on corporate acquisitions and disposals including:

• Planning, organization and implementation
• Synergies, integration and post-acquisition management controlling
• Processes and challenges in business valuation
• Corporate Sales and Auctions

It contains the following practical and useful checklists:

• Description of acquisition or cooperation candidates
• Non-disclosure agreements
• Presentation of the buyer
• Memorandum of Understanding (Letter of Intent)
• Assessment of transactional objects
• Project presentation to the Executive Board and Supervisory Board (Acquisition or sale)
• Content of a sales memorandum

It also gives an overview of the regulatory framework governing mergers and acquisitions in India.

Law of Partnership

“Partnership as a concept has evolved over a period of centuries now. In the nascent stages of the concept, faith and trust amongst the partners was the corner-stone of the partnership and need for a written instrument was not felt necessary. However, with the passing times and changing values, even the written instruments were being flouted with impunity. This is borne out from the fact that initially the law with regard to partnership was contained in Sections 239-266 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872, but the same proved to be insufficient and defective to meet the exigencies thrown by changing times, values and needs. The business community was not satisfied with the provisions, which impelled the legislature to enact a separate law relating to partnership. This led to the enactment of the Indian Partnership Act, 1932. The English law, on which the provisions of the Indian Contract Act were founded, also underwent changes, leading to the English Partnership Act, 1890. The author has extensively and comprehensively covered the various aspects dealing in the Partnership Law.

Salient Features:
• Contains exhaustive notes, commentary on case-law, Indian & Foreign, and State Amendments on the Indian Partnership Act, 1932 (Act 9 of 1932).
• The book also incorporates full text of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 and Limited Liability Partnership Rules, 2009.
• Case law, both Indian and foreign, as well as excerpts from commentaries of celebrated authors have been included in the book.
• Each Section has been divided into various heads along with a critical analysis of various provisions of the Act for the facility of the readers.

Arbitration – Step by Step

“A handbook on the practices and procedures for effective conduct of arbitration matters. This new kind of book provides practical guidance to arbitrators, parties in disputes, as well as their representatives/lawyers.

  • A thematic commentary on Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, the book delves into the procedures and practices of arbitration in India
  • A handbook on practices and procedures for effective conduct of arbitration matters
  • Focuses on practical aspects of arbitral proceedings and highlights the pitfalls in its smooth conduct
  • Analyses the implications of Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015
  • Author’s views are presented in a distinct font for easy reference
  • Discusses arbitration relating to engineering disputes
  • Examines critical steps in conduct of arbitration proceedings & enforcement of awards in chapters arranged thematically including (I) Appointment of Arbitrators, (II) Conducting and controlling arbitration proceedings, (III) Recourse against Arbitral Award
  • The book is a must have for Arbitrators/Mediators, Advocates, Law Firms, Indian Council of Arbitration, Judges, Corporate In-house counsels, Judicial Academies, Alternative Dispute Resolution Institutions, International Centre for Dispute Resolution, Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation, ADR Centres, Construction Industry Arbitration Council (CIAC), International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)


Emden’s Building Contracts and Practice

“This book is an Indian adaptation of Emden’s Building Contracts and Practice, a renowned treatise on building law, which was first published in the year 1882. It captures the changes in the legal framework of building contracts law over the last three decades in the UK and in India. This edition covers topics relevant to India such as Tenders, Interpretation of Engineering Clauses, Blacklisting and its consequences, Bank Guarantees, Liquidated Damages etc. Apart from this, the book has an exhaustive case law coverage from common law countries such as the US, UK, Australia and South Africa. Encyclopedic in its scope and authoritative in its commentary and analysis, this book considers all key standard construction contracts.

Our HistoryThe strength of the office lies in the fact that it has handled and continues to handle some of the largest claims in the country.

We have served as arbitration legal counsel in numerous domestic and international commercial arbitrations, investor-state arbitration, construction arbitration and contractual matters on behalf of our clients.

We have also assisted our clients in resolving long-running disputes via negotiations and mediation and our lawyers have also served as arbitrators before multiple arbitral tribunals.

Members of the office also work closely with in-house legal counsel of clients, allowing them to play as significant a role in the resolution of their company’s dispute as they desire, and it frequently collaborates with co-counsel.

who have less prior experience in the intricacies of arbitration law and procedure but are looking for a team that rigorously respects the boundaries of a pre-existing client relationship.

We have served as arbitration legal counsel in numerous domestic and international commercial arbitrations, investor-state arbitration, construction arbitration and contractual matters on behalf of our clients.

Our goal is to do everything that is in the clients’ interest which includes providing clients the best value for legal expenditure in the field of arbitration while leaving no stone unturned to ensure a successful outcome.

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