Archive for January, 2017

Russian Constitutional court denies enforcement of ECHR decision on Yukos

Russian Constitutional court denies enforcement of ECHR decision on Yukos

On 19 January 2017 Russian Constitutional Court came to the conclusion that the decision of the European Court of Human Rights (the ECHR) on compensation payment of more than €1.866 bln on Yukos case violates the Russian Constitution and cannot be enforced. This is the first case in which the Court has followed its 14 […]

Семинар об ускоренной арбитражной процедуре по новым правилам ICC пройдет в Москве

Семинар об ускоренной арбитражной процедуре по новым правилам ICC пройдет в Москве

  Разрешение трансграничных споров на относительно небольшую сумму в прошлом был достаточно долгим процессом: процедура, предлагаемая многими ведущими международными арбитражными институтами и основанная на скрупулезном, и потому длительном, анализе всех деталей дела, представлялась слишком усложненной для незначительных требований. Суд ICC  нашел оптимальное решение для подобной категории дел, внеся в действующие Арбитражные правила ICC нормы об […]

By 24 January, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
ASCOM case: Kazakhstan’s request to set aside is rejected, the SCC award “was not fraudulent”

ASCOM case: Kazakhstan’s request to set aside is rejected, the SCC award “was not fraudulent”

On 9 December 2016 the Svea Court of Appeal (Sweden) rejected Kazakhstan’s request for the award in Anatolie Stati, Gabriel Stati, Ascom Group SA and Terra Raf Trans Trading Ltd v Kazakhstan (Arbitral Award in SCC Case No. V (116/2010) the “Award“) to be set aside, finding Kazakhstan’s allegations regarding a presentation by investors during the […]

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English Court of Appeal upholds arbitration award in a complex Moscow mall dispute

English Court of Appeal upholds arbitration award in a complex Moscow mall dispute

In its recent judgment, the English Court of Appeal (the “Court“) decided to uphold the arbitration award in a dispute between a former Russian MP Ashot Yegiazaryan and his business partner Vitaly Smagin. The case was rather complex as the arbitration proceedings involved two arbitration agreements based on two separate contracts, one of which was not […]