Kamal Hossain Meahzi

Mediation at the instance of the court

Dispute resolution through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods received massive legislative support and recognition in Bangladesh in the last two

1y ago

The need for institutional ADR to uplift country’s dispute resolution system

The legal framework for dispute resolution through alternative methods has reached a level of maturity in Bangladesh.

2y ago

In quest for rules to be laid down under the Arbitration Act, 2001

In many instances, an Act of Parliament includes a provision allowing the government or the relevant authority to make rules for carrying out the provisions of the concerned Act. Under an Act of Parliament, the rules are framed as directives and/or instructions for the users of the legislation in question. If rules are framed as such, more clarity is brought about and confusion about many provisions of the relevant statute gets dispelled. It also helps to carry out the purpose of the legislation in line with the intention of the legislature. 

2y ago

To improve ADR system under the labour law in Bangladesh

For dispute resolution through alternative methods, prior to making a claim in courts, Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 (herein after ‘the Act’) has provided for two mechanisms, one is available under section 33 of the Act (a complaint in writing to the employer) and the other is accessible only when it is an industrial dispute and raised by a collective bargaining agent or employer within the meaning of section 2(62) read with section 209 of the Act.

2y ago

The quest for special courts for adjudication of corporate disputes

In the last few years, Bangladesh has given its business environment a facelift to attract investments. To curtail excessive red tapism in company registration, the incorporation of company has been simplified by digitalisation.

2y ago
June 9, 2023
June 9, 2023

Mediation at the instance of the court

Dispute resolution through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods received massive legislative support and recognition in Bangladesh in the last two

June 10, 2022
June 10, 2022

The need for institutional ADR to uplift country’s dispute resolution system

The legal framework for dispute resolution through alternative methods has reached a level of maturity in Bangladesh.

May 7, 2022
May 7, 2022

In quest for rules to be laid down under the Arbitration Act, 2001

In many instances, an Act of Parliament includes a provision allowing the government or the relevant authority to make rules for carrying out the provisions of the concerned Act. Under an Act of Parliament, the rules are framed as directives and/or instructions for the users of the legislation in question. If rules are framed as such, more clarity is brought about and confusion about many provisions of the relevant statute gets dispelled. It also helps to carry out the purpose of the legislation in line with the intention of the legislature. 

April 23, 2022
April 23, 2022

To improve ADR system under the labour law in Bangladesh

For dispute resolution through alternative methods, prior to making a claim in courts, Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 (herein after ‘the Act’) has provided for two mechanisms, one is available under section 33 of the Act (a complaint in writing to the employer) and the other is accessible only when it is an industrial dispute and raised by a collective bargaining agent or employer within the meaning of section 2(62) read with section 209 of the Act.

September 7, 2021
September 7, 2021

The quest for special courts for adjudication of corporate disputes

In the last few years, Bangladesh has given its business environment a facelift to attract investments. To curtail excessive red tapism in company registration, the incorporation of company has been simplified by digitalisation.

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