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Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution Practice at the Noida office of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Palak focuses on and specializes in disputes emanating from infrastructure and engineering contracts, insolvency litigations, white collar crimes as well as other corporate and commercial litigation. She advises and represents a wide range of domestic and international clients across numerous sectors including FMCG, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Construction, Oil and Gas, Technology, Media and Telecommunication (TMT). She can be reached at palak.nagar@cyrilshroff.com

Arbitration and Conciliation Act

Background

Interim measures act as significant procedural safeguards in ensuring the efficacy of the arbitration process. They serve to protect the rights of parties from the inception of the dispute till the execution of the final award. In India, interim measures may be granted in three stages i.e. before the commencement of arbitration proceedings, during the pendency of arbitration proceedings and after the passing of the arbitral award, but before its enforcement.[1]Continue Reading Section 9(2) of The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996: A Ticking Clock on Invocation of Arbitrations in India