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Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Emergence of

Commercial Justice

Insolvency and Arbitration

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Vivek Sood

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The legal system in India only comprised of civil and criminal justice. However, with legislations such as the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 and the Arbitration Act amendments of 2016 coupled with the proactive approach of the Supreme Court in expeditiously settling vexed legal issues with respect to these laws, the concept of Commercial Justice has emerged in India..

Vivek Sood, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Foreword

Shardul S. Shroff

Executive Chairman, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.
I congratulate Vivek for having taken up both these modern laws in the domain of "commercial justice" for writing a contemporaneous book which will appeal to commercial practitioners.

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Tushar Mehta

Solicitor General of India
This book by Vivek, a scholar of unmatched quality and perseverance, is unique in terms of its approach and provides a delicate balance between an academic endeavour and a practitioner's book.

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Emergence for Commercial Justice

Advance Praise for the Book

I found the book to be a valuable insight into solving complex commercial disputes through the prism of the amended Arbitration Act and the new legal tool i.e. the IBC.

Mukul Rohatgi

Senior Advocate & Former Attorney General for India
It is a book that is written in a modern way endeavouring to simplify complex legal issues and will be an important ready reckoner for all those who wish to familiarize themselves with these branches of law.

R. N. Karanjawala

Managing partner, Karanjawala & co.
Deftly distilling their essence and by presenting them in a simple, yet an elegant style, the author chronicles the contribution of the Judiciary, on aspects that impact the nerve centre of the Nation's economy.

K.V. Vishwanathan

Senior Advocate & Former Additional Solicitor General of India