Recently the arbitration has turned in one of the most effective mode of Alternate Dispute Resolution i.e. ADR. Managium Juris is having National and International experts with regards to the Arbitration Matters and all other ADR methods. Our 39 years of legal excellence legacy is the witness of our claim. Managium Juris acknowledges the conditions related with globalization has converted the basic concept of arbitration from a private, informal regime of dispute resolution controlled by a small epistemic community into a more formal, legalistic and increasingly institutionalized regime. Keeping these changes in mind, the Managium Juris purposes to provide a high-level team of legal experts to address all your legal needs on every count. In fact salient issues and current developments in the field of International Arbitration and aspires to cultivate it as an area of distinctive focus, in terms of both bench and bar engagements and outreach legal program. To promote ideas, which indeed are the precursors to change in the world; Managium Juris has established new principal in terms of Arbitration and also other ADR methods.
In theory in general, Arbitration is a consensual process, a party cannot be forced to arbitrate a dispute unless he agrees to do so. In practice, however, many fine-print Arbitration Agreements are inserted in situations in which consumers and employees have no bargaining power. Moreover, Arbitration clauses are frequently placed within sealed users' manuals within products, within lengthy click-through agreements on websites, and in other contexts in which meaningful consent is not realistic. Such agreements are generally divided into two types: agreements which provide that, if a dispute should arise, it will be resolved by Arbitration. These will generally be normal contracts, but they contain an Arbitration clause agreements which are signed after a dispute has arisen, agreeing that the dispute should be resolved by Arbitration (sometimes called a "Submission Agreement") the former is the far more prevalent type of Arbitration agreement. Sometimes, legal significance attaches to the type of Arbitration agreement. For example, in certain commonwealth countries, it is possible to provide that each party should bear their own costs in a conventional Arbitration clause, but not in a submission agreement.