The necessity for efficient and time-bound dispute resolution procedures has grown as the business and commerce environment has radically transformed, as a departure from the normal adversarial system of delivering justice, which is expensive, slow, and often unsuccessful. In India, disputes may be resolved by courts, specialized tribunals, or alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes including Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation, and Negotiation. The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 and the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 are the two main statutes that codify judicial procedure in India. Furthermore, Legislation like the Commercial Courts Act 2015 amendment calls for the establishment of commercial divisions and commercial appellate divisions courts in each High Court for the swift adjudication of commercial disputes. In this book contributions from experts, academicians, and aspiring lawyers provide light on the employment of the finest practices of dispute resolution, to solve complicated legal issues by virtue of various acts, codes & regulations related to dispute resolution practice in India. This book gives a practical insight into the present features of the legislation and practice of dispute resolution in India.