Rajiv Dutta is one of the eminent Senior lawyers of the Supreme Court of India. He joined the Supreme Court Bar Association in 1976 and since then has been active with the bar activities. He was selected as the vice president of the SCBA in the year 1996. He was designated as a senior counsel by the Supreme Court in the year 2000. But success has not come to him easy. Rajiv Dutta shares his experience with our lawz team.
I was motivated by my senior Sh. S N Kakkar.
I am the first generation lawyer in the family. My father was in the police and many other members in the family were in forces.
I never wanted to get into law. I did my LLB so that I could take law as a subject for my civil services examination. Continue reading
According to me, even at the time of the appointment of an arbitrator the courts go into the integrity of the entire matter. What was the conduct? What dispute has arisen between the parties? Whether there is any dispute between the parties. The parties also challenge the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal in courts when there is a specific provision in the Act, that you can challenge the arbitrator’s jurisdiction before the arbitrator. The courts must try and stay away from interfering in the arbitration procedure as this is the best approach and will help in the long run. It would also be a wise step for us to have two sets of enactments for domestic and international arbitration matters, respectively