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Международная межвузовская конференция «Новые вызовы и возможности частного права»

Международная межвузовская конференция «Новые вызовы и возможности частного права»

27 января состоится первая международная межвузовская конференция «Новые вызовы и возможности частного права». Конференция будет проводиться в онлайн-формате на платформе Zoom. Организаторы: МГИМО-Ташкент. CIS Arbitration Forum выступает информационным партнером. Темы мероприятия: Анализ процессов и тенденций, происходящих в период пандемии COVID-19, и возможностей работы с ними с точки зрения частного права; Вопросы сотрудничества Российской Федерации и Республики Узбекистан в сфере международного […]

By 26 January, 2021 0 Comments Read More →
How to Make Remote Arbitration Interpreting Work

How to Make Remote Arbitration Interpreting Work

How hubs need to adapt to support everyone involved I’ve already written in this forum about the technical and procedural issues that legal interpreters currently face during remote hearings. In this article, I use my most recent experiences of remote interpreting from client-provided hubs at CIS-related cases to describe how there are still a few […]

Enka v Chubb 2.0: the Proper Law of an Arbitration Agreement

Enka v Chubb 2.0: the Proper Law of an Arbitration Agreement

In a landmark decision in Enka Insaat Ve Sanayi AS v OOO “Insurance Company Chubb” & Ors [2020] UKSC 38, the U.K. Supreme Court clarified the applicable principles for determining governing laws of an arbitration agreement in the absence of the parties’ express choice. The court upheld the appeal staying parallel court proceedings in Russia […]

By 20 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and Legal Professional Privilege in English Law

PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov and Legal Professional Privilege in English Law

In the recent case of PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov & Ors [2020] EWHC 2437 (Comm) the English Commercial Court held that legal advice privilege applies to communications between clients and their in-house lawyers in foreign jurisdictions regardless of the status of the lawyer in that jurisdiction.  The dispute arose out of a Ukrainian oil refinery’s […]

By 19 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Ежегодная конференция и собрание членов и другие мероприятия РАА в декабре

Ежегодная конференция и собрание членов и другие мероприятия РАА в декабре

Арбитражная Ассоциация подготовила план на декабрь: 3 онлайн конференции, Церемония награждения RAA Awards 2020 и презентация первой Арбитражной Кулинарной Книги по итогам 1 сезона онлайн-шоу АрбитРААжная Кухня. 1-3 декабря Ежегодная Конференция IBA “Слияния и поглощения в России и СНГ”, которая проводится уже 12 лет, впервые пройдет онлайн. Мероприятие соберет практиков со всего мира, чтобы обсудить […]

By 17 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
An online Arbitration and Mediation roundtable on 9 December: call for applications

An online Arbitration and Mediation roundtable on 9 December: call for applications

On December 9, within the framework of the international conference “New Horizons of Private Law“, a roundtable “Settlement of commercial disputes: what is new in legal regulation and practice” will take place online. The organizer is the Department of Civil and Commercial Procedure of MGIMO (Odintsovo branch). CIS Arbitration Forum is the information partner of […]

By 13 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Gold Pool v Kazakhstan: the State is Not Bound by the Soviet Treaty

Gold Pool v Kazakhstan: the State is Not Bound by the Soviet Treaty

On July 30, 2020, an arbitral tribunal chaired by Albert Jan van den Berg, with David Williams and Gabriel Bottini as co-arbitrators, has rendered a unanimous award dismissing claims of a Canadian company, Gold Pool JV Ltd., against the Republic of Kazakhstan in international arbitration proceedings. In its decision, the Tribunal held that Kazakhstan was […]

By 11 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Arbitration.ru, September-October 2020: Conflict of Interest in Arbitration

Arbitration.ru, September-October 2020: Conflict of Interest in Arbitration

Conflict of interest is both a hot and painful topic for the arbitration world. Many arbitral awards have been nixed and many proceedings have stumbled at the very start because of an arbitrator’s lack of impartiality. The amount of soft law (as well as case law) related to conflict of interest grows steadily, and it […]

By 5 November, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko

The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko

The VII International Arbitration Readings in Memory of Academician Igor Pobirchenko will take place on 17 November 2020 from 11 AM to 2 PM in a hybrid format. This year Readings are dedicated to the open dialogue of public authorities, business and the legal community on the development of international arbitration in Ukraine: Arbitration for […]

By 28 October, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes: the Principle of Modified Universalism

Arbitrability of Insolvency Disputes: the Principle of Modified Universalism

On 23 September 2020, English High Court granted an application for an interim injunction to restrain liquidators for the International Bank of St. Petersburg from pursuing insolvency proceedings in Russia in breach of an LCIA arbitration agreement. Most jurisdictions provide several mechanisms to reverse transactions entered into by a debtor prior to the commencement of […]

By 26 October, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Modern arbitration : LIVE News Journal

Modern arbitration : LIVE News Journal

Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration presents a new project – Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal. The first issue of Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal offers a comprehensive analysis of Russian and foreign news in the field of alternative dispute resolution for the first half of 2020. Modern Arbitration: LIVE News Journal includes an overview of […]

By 19 October, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Applicability of the Estoppel Principle by Ukrainian Courts

Applicability of the Estoppel Principle by Ukrainian Courts

In 2020 Ukrainian civil and commercial courts, especially the Supreme Court considerably increased invoking and applying the principle of estoppel to protect legitimate expectations and prevent procedural abuse. This is remarkable because Ukrainian law does not expressly regulate this principle. Estoppel is a legal concept that prevents someone from arguing something or asserting a right […]