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Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution practice at the Delhi - NCR office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. Sakshi specialises in civil and commercial advisory and litigation, with a focus on arbitration. Her area of work also includes insolvency proceedings, writ proceedings and electricity matters. She regularly appears before the Supreme Court, various High Courts and district courts as well as designated tribunals such as  NCLT/ NCLAT, APTEL etc. She can be reached at sakshi.malhotra@cyrilshroff.com.

Fraud-Related Disputes Arbitrable: Bombay High Court

Arbitrability of a dispute is a key factor in any arbitration, as it establishes the jurisdictional reach of an arbitral tribunal. In Booze Allen and Hamilton Inc. v. SBI Home Finance Ltd.,[1] the Supreme Court stated that the disputes dealing with rights in personam are arbitrable, but those pertaining to rights in rem are not as they can affect the public.Continue Reading Fraud-Related Disputes Arbitrable: Bombay High Court

Writ Jurisdiction over Arbitral Proceedings an ‘Exceptional Rarity’: Delhi High Court Reiterates

The Indian Constitution bestows upon the High Courts “extraordinary writ jurisdiction”. While Article 226 empowers Courts to protect and enforce fundamental as well legal rights, Article 227 confers on them the power of superintendence over all courts and tribunals within their jurisdiction.Continue Reading Writ Jurisdiction over Arbitral Proceedings an ‘Exceptional Rarity’: Delhi High Court Reiterates