Lead Partner (India) - Dispute Resolution Kaden Boriss: Legal & Business Strategists September 201 [ + ]
Lead Partner (India) - Dispute Resolution Kaden Boriss: Legal & Business Strategists September 2015 – Present (7 months)New Delhi Handling all-rounder Litigation & Dispute Resolution practices of the leading International Law-Firm for Indian and International Clients. Special focus on General, Commercial & Corporate Litigation including Intellectual Property Laws, Domestic & International Arbitration, WTO & Trade-Related disputes including UCP 600, Letters of Credit, Private Equity, Joint Ventures, Mergers & Collaborations, Debt-Recovery, Anti-Trust, Constitutional, Criminal and Civil Litigation. [ - ]
Practicing Since : 2008 Gurgaon
- Corporate Law
- International Laws
- Arbitration & Concil
The word corporate refers to any activity related to corporations, known to be the most common type of business organization. Such organizations are chartered by the government of the country in which they function, have their unique legal rights and are entities that are separate from their owners. A corporate entity is usually characterized by its owners’ limited liability and is empowered to issue easily transferable shares . Incorporation is the process of creating the corporation and subsequently gives the latter a unique legal standing separate from the owners. The owners are subsequently protected from personal liabilities if the corporate is used.
International laws are sets of rules that govern relations and settle disputes between nations. It is the basic foundation for practicing organized and stable international relations. International law is applicable only to systems that are state-based rather than private citizens. Cases pertaining to international law are usually heard in the International Criminal Court or the European Court of Human Rights. The larger part of international law is on governance based on consent. Public international law concerns relationships pertaining to treaties between nations while Private international law deals with permissible jurisdictions that may be granted to judge any legal dispute between two or more private parties as also the right jurisdiction's law which may be applicable.
Arbitration & Conciliation
Arbitration is the settlement of any dispute by an unbiased third party chosen by those involved in the said dispute with the inclination to mutually agree with that third party’s judgment. An arbitrator conducts a hearing where both parties are heard and the decision is taken thereafter. Arbitration is a widely accepted method for dispute settlement and eliminates unnecessary litigation, time wastage and costs. This is an out-of-court settlement where the arbitrator's judgment is accepted as final with courts rarely reexamining them. Traditionally, commerce and labor issues came mostly under arbitration but more recently, issues related to insurance claims, antitrust and securities are being arbitrated upon.
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