SNS launches arbitration centre in Delhi

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The SNS ADR Centre is a collection of all-inclusive and all-enabled spaces to conduct arbitration proceedings.

SNS ADR Centre Pvt. Ltd. (‘SNS’) launched its one of a kind arbitration centre in South Delhi. The SNS ADR Centre was inaugurated by Justice Dipak Mishra (Former Chief Justice of India) and Mr. Lalit Bhasin (President, Bar Association of India and Society of Indian Law Firms) in presence of other dignitaries – Former Judges of Hon’ble Supreme Court and High Courts, Ld. Senior Advocates and other members of the legal fraternity.

SNS ADR Centre is conveniently located in South Delhi, which has dedicated sound-proof hearing rooms, consultation / break rooms and meeting spaces. The Centre has centrally climate controlled 24 arbitration rooms and is commissioned with top of the line infrastructural facilities such as parking, elevators, library, cafeteria etc. SNS ADR Centre renders technical set-up & services as it is fully equipped with Wi-Fi facility for video conferencing, tele-conferencing, printing, photo-copying, scanning, projectors for the swift functioning of the proceedings. It has a flourishing library with books and subscription of prominent research portals.

The SNS ADR Centre has an exclusive floor for the Ld. Arbitrators wherein special emphasis has been made to provide maximum comfort to the Ld. Arbitrators.

SNS ADR Centre also provides secretarial services such as stenographer, legal researchers, designated in-house IT team etc.

Some of the respected dignitaries present at the launch were Justice Deepak Verma (Former Judge of Supreme Court), Justice M S Liberhan (Former Chief Justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court) Justice Kailash Gambhir (Former Judge, Delhi High Court), Justice G P Mittal (Former Judge, Delhi High Court), Justice Deepa Sharma (Former Judge, Delhi High Court), Justice Sudhir Katriar (Former Judge, Patna High Court), amongst others.

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