Author: Delphine CONSTANTIN
N0:1 of 2016
Recent amendments to India’s Arbitration Law may affect foreign investors involved in arbitration proceedings under two scenarios. First, where these have elected to resolve disputes in a foreign seat – and seek the support of Indian courts before, during or after offshore proceedings. Second, where the parties have opted for a seat of arbitration in India – and are subject to Indian procedural laws. This article explores some key provisions of interest for foreign investors as they consider an Indian or foreign seat.