Sandeep Bhalothia is an In-House lawyer working with an aviation company in Dubai. He is a Member (MCIArb) with Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb, U.K.) and a law graduate with first class degree from Jindal Global Law School (India). He also studied arbitration subjects (from LLM course) at Tsinghua University as Semester Exchange Student. Sandeep is also associated with organizations like Arbitrator Intelligence, LehmanBush, The PACT and WHO LDP.
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Articles and Video:
ODR in India: Opportunity, Challenges, and the Obvious
This article will provide a brief overview of the current status of Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) in India by examining the opportunity and challenges the ODR brings and faces receptively in India.
Mediation in Domestic Violence Case: Whether to Use or Not to Use? – An Indian Perspective
In this article, I aim to identify two opposite interests associated with the settlement of domestic violence cases, and look at the Indian law to see how those two interests are equitably balanced, therefore, providing a recommended way forward, not necessarily a perfect one, to handle cases related to domestic violence.
Mediation and Conciliation in UAE
Sulh or amicable settlement has a long history within Arab and Islamic societies and have their roots in pre-Islamic Arabia.
Be a Glass Half-full Mediator
Use of mediation in resolving commercial and family disputes is gaining popularity worldwide and a lot have been written about its benefits. However, in this article, we discuss the necessity of optimism in a mediator - without which hardly any mediation can be successful.
Negotiation and Mediation: Is that a Law Student's Cup of Tea?
Ever wondered why mooting or debating is a very essential part of law student’s life? Ever wondered what kind of skills a law student can develop by participating in a moot or a debate?
Let Mediation Help Your Business
Trust is a crucial factor in development of business; mediation can help in business development by re-sprouting the trust between the affected parties.