Arbitration & ADR Services

Arbitration & ADR Services

White Code Legal & Tax Pvt Ltd assists enterprises with alternative dispute resolution methods. Below are the services further detailed:


Arbitration

  • Domestic Arbitration
  • International Arbitration
  • Cyber Arbitration

ADR Services

  • Mediation
  • Conciliation
  • Neutral Evaluation

Arbitration

White Code assists in domestic, international and cyber arbitration. The parties can choose their venue of arbitration and the arbitration shall be held with the aid of WCL at such a place. The arbitration shall be held by retired judges, persons with expertise in particular matters, senior advocates and advocates, as per the needs of the parties.

Mediation

Mediation assisted by WCL is an effective way of resolving disputes without the need to go to court. It is another of the methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) available to parties. Mediation is essentially a negotiation facilitated by a neutral third party. It involves an independent third party - a mediator - who helps both sides come to an agreement. The Mediator uses specialized communication skills and negotiation techniques to facilitate disputing parties bridge their differences and find their own mutually acceptable solution to the dispute.

Mediation can be done at any stage of the dispute. The dispute may either be pending in a court or potentially a dispute which may be filed in court.

Conciliation

Parties who do not wish to have a binding result from the dispute resolution method, can opt for conciliation through WCL. The Conciliator here just helps in arriving at a mutual settlement and does not dictate the terms and conditions. This settlement becomes binding only at the instance of both parties.

The Neutral Evaluation

The Neutral Evaluation session generally begins with opening remarks from the neutral evaluator, explaining the purposes of the session and his or her role, outlining the basic ground rules to be followed, and describing and emphasizing on the important characteristics of the process such as its informality, confidentiality or privacy, etc. The neutral evaluator will have read the Statements and will be familiar with the dealings between the parties up to this point. At the end of the session, some favorable outcome is expected to be arrived at.