Take part in India's first comprehensive survey on Dispute Resolution in India-2022 by FICL & CTIL.

Take part in India's first comprehensive survey on Dispute Resolution in India-2022 by FICL & CTIL.

This Survey is the inaugural and first of its kind, "Survey of Dispute Resolution in India, 2022," conducted by the Federation of Indian Corporate Lawyers (‘FICL’) in coordination with the Centre for Trade and Investment Law (CTIL). The Survey will gauge the recent amendments and developments in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms and court litigation across major cities in India.

India’s rapidly growing economy has attracted huge investments in various industries and sectors through its liberal policies. With the inflow of this investment, there has been a considerable increase in the number of commercial disputes. Dispute resolution in India has traditionally been through court litigation, which is an expensive and time-consuming process. ADR emerged in India to avoid this issue. The introduction of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 allowed India to remodel its Arbitration law to the UNCITRAL Model Law.

The Survey seeks to determine the contours of dispute resolution mechanisms in India, i.e. arbitration, conciliation/mediation and court litigation. The Survey aims to research the outlook of the FICL Community and other stakeholders' perspectives on the changing nature of ADR in India and the impact of COVID-19. All stakeholders are invited to share their perspectives on dispute resolution mechanisms available in India.

The online Survey is divided into three parts, namely - (I) Arbitration, (II) Conciliation/Mediation and (III) Court Litigation. This online Survey will take up to 10-15 minutes to complete using the link below.

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Your participation in this Survey will be kept confidential. All information provided will be analysed at an aggregate level to ensure that participants cannot be identified. Direct quotes from the survey may be featured in reports and publication but will be anonymised.

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