Interviews

‘The Indian Arbitration framework is moving towards a new institutional arbitration-friendly regime. However, with respect to Investment Arbitration, we are still a long way from becoming an encumbrance-free jurisdiction.’ – Anubhab Sarkar

Anubhab Sarkar is the Founding Partner at Triumvir Law which he started three years ago...

‘None of us chose litigation to sit behind computers and argue. But we need to be aware of the realities. Covid still does not have a cure, nor is the vaccine readily available.’ – Shivani Luthra Lohiya

Ms. Shivani Luthra Lohiya is a practicing Advocate in New Delhi. She graduated from Amity...

‘In the past decade there have been many changes in the laws, but these have unfortunately not been properly absorbed in smaller metropolitan regions where lawyers are still likely to face courts that are not exactly aware of these changes.’ – Vibhanshu Srivastava

Vibhanshu Srivastava specializes in dispute resolution and has diverse experience in handling a vast array...

“Legal systems have been built to fit national boundaries. On the cyberspace, transitional is the ‘new normal’. Coping with this legal pluralism in the absence of appropriate cross-border frameworks is a challenge for developed and developing countries alike.” – Dr Subhajit Basu, FRSA

Dr Subhajit Basu, FRSA is Associate Professor in Information Technology Law (Cyberlaw) at the University...

‘In the practice of white-collar crime in India, there is an increasing realization among professionals that the system lacks the mechanism to grant a pardon or some form of leniency.’ – Faisal Sherwani

Faisal Sherwani is Advocate-on-Record, Supreme Court, and is currently a Partner in the Dispute Resolution...

‘Corporate litigation can go on for years with negligible results, which can be difficult and frustrating for a company, especially one looking to recover debts. It can be challenging to keep the client’s morale up.’ – Tania Ahlawat

Tania Ahlawat is Co-Managing Partner, Ahlawat & Associates. She is a corporate generalist who leads...

‘Anything that makes a product or service cheaper, faster, more convenient, a better experience will be welcome in the post-Covid world… Laws must enable businesses, not stifle them.’ – Kunal R. Sarpal

Kunal R. Sarpal is an award-winning practising Company Secretary and Lawyer. One of the youngest in...

‘Technology is making a lot of legal skill sets redundant. You can get due diligence done by bots instead of lawyers. We may also have bots who will predict the outcome of a case on the basis of precedents and various other inputs.’ – Debanshu Khettry

Debanshu Khettry is a Principal Associate of the law firm Leslie & Khettry. Q. There...

“In the post-pandemic world order, mediation should be one of the most preferred modes for dispute redressal.” – Nandini Gore

Nandini Gore is Advocate on Record, Supreme Court and Partner, Karanjawala & Company Advocates. She...

‘In the current era of Information Technology, the main challenge regarding copyright and the enforcement is with regard to defining creative content and pin pointing the violation.’ – Naveen Varma

Naveen Varma is a practicing Patent Attorney in India. He is a qualified Mechanical Engineer...