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India Disputes
November 2023
Venue TBC

Indian Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC)

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Indian Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC) is one of India's fastest-growing Institutional Arbitration Centres which provides offline as well as eADR facilities through its indigenously developed Cloud-Based ADR Portal.


The IDRC is one of its kind institution, established by a Not-for-Profit organisation ‘International Dispute Resolution Council' which is duly registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India. It functions as an Independent International Organization with its own progressive Arbitration and Mediation Rules. That also brings us to mention that IDRC has been approved by the NITI Aayog (the highest planning body in India) and by the Ministry of Law and Justice, Govt. of India for providing ADR Services to Central & State Governments, Departments, PSUs, NBFCs, and Private entities.


The Central Government passed a resolution whereby it resolved to make India a hub of International and Domestic Arbitration. In the same spirit, after its establishment in May 2020, the IDRC has conducted over 500 Arbitrations. In this short duration and amidst the pandemic, we have also successfully conducted hybrid and physical arbitrations at our headquarters located at Connaught Place, New Delhi.


IDRC provides a state-of-the-art institutional environment for the online and offline resolution of disputes through Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation, Expert Determination and Early Neutral Evaluation through its in-house Digital Platform and its affiliates in all major Cities in India. Its Panel of Arbitrators includes former Supreme Court and High Court Judges, Senior Advocates, former Heads of Public Sector Undertakings, as well as overseas arbitrators including King's Counsels from the UK and experts in their respective fields of practice