Archive for January, 2016

Pathological Arbitration Clauses in Lithuanian Case Law
By 28 January, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Pathological Arbitration Clauses in Lithuanian Case Law

The Lithuanian courts have lately shown very positive trends of becoming an arbitration-friendly destination. Over the last couple of years, the Supreme Court has produced a spectrum of judgments infused with a western pro-arbitration attitude. These judgments make ubiquitous references to the UNCITRAL Model Law, as well as the writings of Gary B. Born and other […]

New ADR Regulations enacted in Kazakhstan
By 26 January, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

New ADR Regulations enacted in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan intends to reduce the caseload of the judicial system by expanding alternative dispute resolution procedures. On 1 January 2016 the new Civil Procedure Code, Entrepreneurial Code and an accompanying law on amending the current legislation came into force. The laws actively promote alternative dispute resolution procedures (ADR). Alternative Dispute Resolution: New Approach For many years the […]

Значение новых законов об арбитраже в России для иностранных арбитражных центров
By 24 January, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Значение новых законов об арбитраже в России для иностранных арбитражных центров

Муранов А.И. Значение новых законов об арбитраже в России для иностранных арбитражных центров и иностранных арбитров: вопросы территориального и экстерриториального  действия законов, пределов вводимого ими разрешительного режима, его соответствия праву ВТО. Alexander Muranov. Implications of the new Russian arbitration laws for foreign arbitration centers and foreign arbitrators: issues of territorial and extraterritorial effect of the laws, limits of […]

Arbitrability of corporate disputes in Russia: current and future regulation
By 18 January, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Arbitrability of corporate disputes in Russia: current and future regulation

Corporate disputes, currently non-arbitrable in Russia, will become open to arbitration in 2017. Russian regulation of arbitration has undergone significant changes with the adoption at the end of 2015 of two new laws, the Federal Law “On Arbitration in the Russian Federation” and the Federal Law “On Changes to Certain Laws of the Russian Federation”. […]