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Title: Judicial intervention in granting interim measures in international arbitration
Authors: Gandotra, Aditya
Keywords: International arbitration
Emergency arbitrator
Provisional measures
Issue Date: 21-Apr-2021
Publisher: Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Wiley-Blackwell, USA
Citation: Gandotra, A. (2021). Judicial intervention in granting interim measures in international arbitration. Conflict Resolution Quarterly (In Press). DOI:
Abstract: Arbitration as a dispute settlement mechanism is gaining popularity due to various factors such as its consensual nature and flexibility as compared to court proceedings. Independency of arbitration as an adjudi-cation mechanism has enhanced and distanced it from the involvement of national courts. However, there may be times when parties may seek intervention of courts to secure interim or conservatory measures till final award in rendered. This article discusses whether an emergency arbitrator is a proper arbitrator who ren-ders enforceable decisions and whether the provisional measures so granted should be construed as final award or not.
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