May 21,2020 | 5 min read

Party not satisfied with arbitration decision can they proceed with court proceedings by Advocate Utkarsh Singh #AMALawyered

Lawyered presents Advocate Utkarsh SinghSenior Partner - Unitum Orbisin Ask-Me-Anything #AMALawyered series by Lawyered.

Situation:

If a party is not satisfied with the arbitration decision can they proceed with the court proceedings thereafter?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Utkarsh Singh

Senior Partner, Unitum Orbis and practicing advocate with a demonstrated history of working in the field of Civil and Commercial litigation. Skilled in Constitutional Law, Arbitration, Legal Writing, Legal Advice, Criminal trials and appeals. Have closely observed the evolution of IBC, 2016 since its inception. Arguing counsel with a Master of Laws – LLM.  Have argued at length in Supreme Court and High Courts across India as well as NCLT, NCLAT, NCDRC, TDSAT, PMLA etc.

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