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Обновленный ГК vs. развитие корпоративных норм и практики. О чем рассказали эксперты V-ой конференции “Новеллы ГК и корпоративное право”

Обновленный ГК vs. развитие корпоративных норм и практики. О чем рассказали эксперты V-ой конференции “Новеллы ГК и корпоративное право”

18 сентября в Москве в рамках V-й ежегодной конференции «Новеллы ГК и корпоративное право» в Москве встретились представители юридического сообщества. О чем говорили и какие злободневные темы затрагивали участники? Обновленный ГК vs. Развитие корпоративных норм и практики Открыл конференцию директор по корпоративному управлению Prosperity Capital Management Денис Спирин, отметив, что реформа ГК дала толчок развитию […]

By 25 September, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Итоги V Конкурса РАА по Арбитражу Онлайн

Итоги V Конкурса РАА по Арбитражу Онлайн

28 – 30 августа 2020 года состоялся заключительный этап V Конкурса РАА по Арбитражу Онлайн на базе Novotel Moscow City и юридических фирм Томашевская и партнёры, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Russia) LLP и Pen&Paper, а также при поддержке юридических фирм Baker McKenzie и Saveliev, Batanov & Partners. Стажировки лучшим спикерам Конкурса предоставили юридические фирмы Егоров, […]

By 25 September, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
The Academy on International Arbitration “Beyond the Imaginable Borders: Transformation of Arbitration”

The Academy on International Arbitration “Beyond the Imaginable Borders: Transformation of Arbitration”

On January, 11-16 the Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration will hold the Academy on International Arbitration titled “Beyond the Imaginable Borders: Transformation of Arbitration”. The Academy will touch upon the most innovative topics and cover the transformation of the well-known concepts of arbitration in the technological era such as the validity of arbitration agreements, choice […]

By 16 September, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
The Challenges of the “New Normal” Hearings: A Professional Legal Interpreter’s Perspective

The Challenges of the “New Normal” Hearings: A Professional Legal Interpreter’s Perspective

No-one wants their ability to do their job compromised by faulty or poor-quality equipment. The sudden upscaling of remote working for court and arbitration hearings has highlighted some vital shortcomings in the available infrastructure and technology that present legal interpreters with unique challenges. These must be resolved if remote legal hearings are to continue as […]

By 12 September, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
The Human Equation of Remote Hearings: The Challenges for Legal Interpreters

The Human Equation of Remote Hearings: The Challenges for Legal Interpreters

Remote legal hearings are now firmly embedded in our everyday transactions, though many people still struggle with confusing software and substandard hardware. But there is another problem that puts legal interpreters at a particular disadvantage during remote proceedings: the human factor. The new daily routine of communicating via videoconferencing in all aspects of our lives […]

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Baltic Arbitration Days – 2020: from pandemic to arbitration

Baltic Arbitration Days – 2020: from pandemic to arbitration

Baltic Arbitration Days – 2020 focused on arbitration in transport-related disputes, IT, third-party funding within CEE and an update on investment arbitration. The event hosted practitioners from, inter alia, Germany, Israel, Russia, Switzerland and Finland. Mr. Theis Klauberg (Klauberg Baltics, Riga) introduced the event by presenting the innovative hybrid onsite-online format of the conference due […]

By 2 September, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Dual national fails in a multi billion claim against Russia

Dual national fails in a multi billion claim against Russia

On 22 June 2020 the Russian Ministry of Justice announced that the UNCITRAL tribunal hearing Mr Serghei Pugachev’s US$14.5 billion claim against the Russian Federation under France-USSR 1989 BIT (the “BIT”) lacked jurisdiction over the claimant’s claim. The tribunal found that the claimant was not a French national at the time he made his investments […]

Практика рассмотрения арбитражными судами  дел об оспаривании третейских решений

Практика рассмотрения арбитражными судами дел об оспаривании третейских решений

Dmitry Davydenko. CONSIDERATION BY ARBITRAZH COURTS OF CASES ON CHALLENGING ARBITRAL AWARDS This paper provides an overview of the legal regulation and practice of Russian state arbitrazh (commercial) courts in cases of challenging arbitral awards. The paper specifies legal grounds and procedure for challenging arbitral awards in Russia, the typical arguments of the applicants in […]

Russian Court Thwarts Asset Shifting Manoeuvre in Support of the LCIA Arbitration

Russian Court Thwarts Asset Shifting Manoeuvre in Support of the LCIA Arbitration

On 4 June 2020, the Commercial Court for the city of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region granted provisional relief in order to prevent dissipation of assets and thus to avoid the frustration of enforcement of an LCIA award in Russia. The court articulated ”reasonable suspicion“ standard for preliminary relief and provided further guidance and […]

Investor-State Disputes against the Kyrgyz Republic: new developments

Investor-State Disputes against the Kyrgyz Republic: new developments

This year has presented itself as an economically and socially turbulent year for both states and the private sector. Yet investor-state disputes still arise and continue to proceed during this period, particularly against the Kyrgyz Republic. The following trends can be observed from current cases: the majority of proceedings are brought by investors from the […]

Force majeure and hardship in international commercial contracts

Force majeure and hardship in international commercial contracts

Case law on force majeure and hardship in international commercial contracts: a brief overview by Dmitry Davydenko – see a video recording. See also a summary: ICC cases – Force Majeure and Hardship. Dmitry Davydenko This is a brief review of the conclusions contained in the published arbitral awards in the cases under the Rules of […]

Arbitration.ru, June 2020: Construction Arbitration

Arbitration.ru, June 2020: Construction Arbitration

Construction is one of the most ardent industries that were one of the last to give up and suffer least closures facing the COVID-19 pandemic, although not the least to be affected by the disease. In construction projects, the stakes are high and disruptions expensive. So are construction-related disputes, expensive – and often extremely complex. […]

By 27 June, 2020 0 Comments Read More →