Commercial Litigation

An Assessment of Legal Ethics and Morality of Corporate Lawyers vis-à-vis Competitive Benchmarking

By | August 27th, 2020|Commercial Litigation, Professional Ethics|

Editor’s Note: In the following post, A. Swetha Meenal & Joysheel Shrivastava* explore the ethics and morality of corporate lawyers. They point out that the metric by which success in the corporate world is evaluated itself causes the line between ambition and morality to disappear. While this reduces lawyers to inherently amoral and apathetic professionals, [...]

Third-Party funding in Litigation

By | September 3rd, 2019|Access to Justice, Bar Council of India Rules, Civil Procedure, Commercial Litigation, Litigation Practice|

Editor's note: In this post, Namratha Murugeshan, explains Third-Party Funding (TPF) in litigation. The post looks at the pros and cons of allowing TPF given the current set of regulations we have.    What is Third-Party funding (TPF)? TPF or litigation financing refers to a model where when a party’s litigation costs are covered by [...]

Litigation and Arbitral Practice | Anirudh Krishnan

By | January 23rd, 2018|Arbitration, Commercial Litigation, Guest Speaker Series, High Court of Madras, NALSAR Alumni|

Mr. Anirudh Krishnan, Founder Partner of AK Law Chambers, who graduated from NALSAR and Oxford, has a rich experience in commercial and public law litigation, arbitration and corporate advisory work of the firm. He was appointed as a consultant to the Law Commission of India for the Report of Arbitration (2013-14), receiving special appreciation, besides [...]