The answer depends on the nature of dispute. If it is a civil dispute involving copyright violation, the dispute can be referred to arbitration provided there is a valid arbitration agreement between the parties.
The Hon'ble Bombay High Court in a recent ruling (Eros International vs. Telemax) in April 2016 , has held that disputes related to intellectual property can be referred to arbitration.
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