Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) signifies a wide range of dispute resolution processes and techniques that act as a means for disagreeing parties to come to an agreement short of litigation. It gives a chance to parties to settle disputes with the help of a third party, amicably and cordially.


  • Arbitration- Conducting domestic arbitration under the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. 1996 and ICA rules, Conducting International Arbitration under UNCITRAL and ICC Rules, Enforcing and challenging enforcement of Arbitral Awards, Appointment of arbitrator through High Court of Delhi and Supreme Court of India, Representing clients before High Courts and Supreme Court in arbitration petitions, Advising clients on the appropriate venue of arbitration and choice of procedural and substantive law, Representing clients before arbitral tribunals with regard to disputes arising out of agreements containing arbitration clause, Applying to stay proceedings brought in breach of arbitration clauses, Drafting and Vetting of arbitration agreements, Enforcement of International arbitration awards in India and Challenging of awards passed in India


  • Mediation: Representation in Pre-Litigation Mediation at Delhi High Court and various other Courts, Offering Post Litigation Mediation before all Courts/Forums.


  • Conciliation/Counselling: Proceedings before all Domestic and International Courts/Forums.

Written By – Kaveri