Archive for December, 2020

WADA v. RUSADA Case Heard in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

WADA v. RUSADA Case Heard in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

The future of Russian sport including hosting competitions and future participation of the Russian athletes in the major sports events depended on the outcome of a case that was pending before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). Pre-History of the Case On 18 November 2015 World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) suspended the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) […]

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Crimean Legal Saga Continues: Investor Clamors for a Bigger Piece of the Pie
By 14 December, 2020 0 Comments Read More →

Crimean Legal Saga Continues: Investor Clamors for a Bigger Piece of the Pie

It comes as no surprise that winning a case does not always imply that a party will automatically get paid, which is a recurring challenge in the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) context. On November 10, the Supreme Court of Ukraine dismissed a case filed by IKB-Invest seeking to hamper enforcement of an arbitral award in […]

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 […]

Settlement in Arbitration: new issue of Arbitration.ru
By 1 December, 2020 0 Comments Read More →

Settlement in Arbitration: new issue of Arbitration.ru

An arbitration can end in a number of ways. It can lead up to victory, defeat, termination of the proceedings or … to settlement. And settlement is a good way to end a dispute: by concluding a settlement agreement, one can seriously reduce procedural costs, maintain the confidentiality of the proceedings and save time on […]

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