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Protecting your investments in India : Developments in Dispute Resolution

Wednesday, 25 Jul 2018

8.30am – Registration

9.00am to 10.30am – Seminar

Maxwell Chambers

32 Maxwell Road, #03-01,
Singapore 069115

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We are delighted to invite you to attend an upcoming event on developments in Dispute Resolution in India, jointly hosted by the Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration and Herbert Smith Freehills, and supported by Economic Laws Practice.

This event will feature a panel discussion with distinguished speakers with in-depth knowledge on the landscape of dispute resolution in India. With the current robust economic growth and encouraging forecasts, India stands out as one of the “bright spots” in the global economy. Investment activity in India has grown significantly in recent years and is expected to continue to flourish. With the increase in opportunities and investment, protection of these investments is vital. This event will offer a snapshot of the past, present, and future developments in dispute resolution in India. It will discuss the recent legal and regulatory changes in the dispute resolution landscape in India, including proposed amendments to the Indian Arbitration Act, rise of institutional arbitration and an increase in bilateral investment treaty claims as a method of protecting investments. The panel will also discuss their practical experience on how to navigate the India landscape and offer personal insights on how to deal with Indian parties and manage investments in
India.

Speaker Information

Neeti Sachdeva, Registrar, Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration

Prior to joining MCIA, Neeti has extensively worked in the field of International Commercial Arbitration, both as a private practitioner representing clients and as an administrator, facilitating the dispute resolution procedure. Neeti’s past professional experience includes working with some of the top .

Kritika Venugopal, Senior Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills,
Singapore

Kritika is an international arbitration specialist based in Singapore. She is dual qualified in India and England & Wales. Kritika has worked on arbitrations under the rules of various institutions including SIAC, LCIA, ICC as well as various regional rules and ad hoc arbitrations.

Naresh Thacker, Partner, Economic Laws Practice

Naresh Thacker is a Partner in the Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution practice at ELP. He is a qualified lawyer with the additional attribute of being a Solicitor (non-practising) in England and Wales. Naresh has over 20 years of experience in litigation, international arbitration and mediation; particularly in large infrastructure project arbitrations and post M&A arbitrations, ...

Xinping Chen, Senior Legal Counsel, Accenture

Xinping Chen is a Senior Legal Counsel, from the Litigation and Dispute Management team in Accenture. In her role, she manages and oversees a wide range of moderate to complex commercial litigation and disputes, and significant compliance incidents and investigations throughout the Asia Pacific region. She also partners with the different business and corporate function teams in the company to ...

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