India: Changing face of Dispute Resolution in the new economic powerhouse

6 Jun
14:00 - 15:30

Jurisdictions and global issues
Member Hosted Events

Elections 2024: with a victory for Modi & the BJP almost certain, political continuity is effectively assured, at least at the national level.

Economy 2024 (and beyond): with macro political continuity, India is likely to continue enjoying its economic growth story, attracting even more interest from private investors (with the added boost that many firms continue to hedge against their China exposure).


1. Legal implications: will there be further aperture of the Indian legal market to foreign firms? Or will the status quo be maintained?


2. Disputes implications: with more interest and capital flowing into India, but the ongoing operational complexities, are we likely to see a growing number of disputes? And if so, what are the best routes to resolution?


  • Nick Panes - HKA
  • Vivek Kapoor - 39 Essex Chambers
  • The Honourable Mr Justice BR Gavai - Judge of the Supreme Court of India
  • Tushar Mehta - Solicitor General, Supreme Court of India
  • Shashank Garg - Government of India
  • The Honourable Mrs Justice Alison Foster - Judge of the High Court
  • Kevin Nash - Registrar of SIAC


  • HKA
  • 39 Essex Chambers