Gunjan Soni

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Gunjan, an Assistant Editor at NFRAL, is an Associate in the dispute resolution practice group at L&L Partners Law Offices, Delhi. She graduated from Amity Law School Delhi, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in 2019. She works for a mix of domestic and international clients on various commercial and regulatory matters. In law school she was a member of the Mooting Society, Debating Society and Alternative Dispute Resolution Society. Her team was the first runner-up in the KIIT National Moot Court Competition in 2017 and second runner-up at the Nani Palkhivala Taxation Moot Court Competition in 2018. She was a member and an avid contributor to Pratibimb— the photography society of her college.

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Is change of counsel a sufficient cause to condone delay in filing a set-aside application? A case comment on Delhi High Court’s Chintels India Limited v. Bhayana Builders Pvt. Ltd.

Court: Delhi High Court | Case Number: OMP (COMM) 444/2019 | Citation:  MANU/DE/1163/2020 | Judge: Jyoti Singh J | Date: 4 June 2020   Can change in counsel be a ‘sufficient cause’ to condone delay under Section 34(3) ACA? On 4 June 2020, a single-judge bench of the Delhi High Court answered in

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An agreement with arbitration clause, stamped elsewhere, if brought in Maharashtra, will have to be stamped again even if arbitration is the only thing to happen in Maharashtra; arbitration is a thing done or to be done under Maharashtra Stamp Act (Bombay High Court)

Satyanarayana & Co. v. West Quay Multiport Private Limited, 2019 SCC OnLine Bom 4595 Bombay High Court; single judge bench, G.S. Patel J.; decided on 22 November 2019 An agreement between the petitioner and the respondent, stamped in Andhra Pradesh, had an arbitration clause. Based on this, the petitioner made

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When ‘venue’ means ‘seat’ (Delhi High Court)

Raj Kumar Brothers v. Life Essentials Personal Care Pvt. Ltd., 2019 SCC OnLine 10803 Delhi High Court; single-judge bench, V. Kameswar Rao J.; decided on 31 October 2019 The arbitration agreement provided that the “venue of Arbitration shall be Gurgaon” and “all disputes … shall be subject to GURGAON jurisdiction”.

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