Author Archive: Mariya Lazarova

Mariya is an intern at CIS Arbitration Forum. She holds a Law degree from Queen Mary, University of London. She is an LPC student at BPP University Law School. Mariya has worked as a paralegal at the Dispute Resolution departments at some of the leading international law firms. She has also gained legal experience at different law firms and governmental bodies in Eastern Europe. Her professional interests focus on Commercial Litigation and Arbitration, Investor-State Disputes and White-Collar Crime.

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Why Russian courts refused to enforce SCC award against Tecon group company in SPIG s.p.a v ZAO PK Promcontroller

Why Russian courts refused to enforce SCC award against Tecon group company in SPIG s.p.a v ZAO PK Promcontroller

On 2 October 2017, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation refused to recognize and enforce an arbitration award, issued in favour of the Italian manufacturer, SPIG, by a tribunal under the Rules of the Arbitration Institution of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), against the indirectly state-owned Russian company, Promkontroller. This decision marks the […]

US Court Enforces $140+ Million SCC award in Carpatsky Petroleum v Ukrnafta

US Court Enforces $140+ Million SCC award in Carpatsky Petroleum v Ukrnafta

On 2 October 2017, a Texas federal judge confirmed a $140+ million award issued by a tribunal under the Rules of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce in favour of Carpatsky Petroleum Corporation (“CPC“) against the Ukrainian oil company, OJSC Ukrnafta. The Texas ruling marks the important end of an award battle […]