Author Archive: Natalia Kisliakova

Natalia Kisliakova is a Russian lawyer with experience gained in international and leading Russian law firms and arbitral institutions both in Moscow and abroad. Her arbitration and litigation experience includes real estate, oil and gas, sports, construction, utilities, banking and human rights. She has academic and practical interest in the field of international arbitration (especially sports arbitration). As a former German Chancellor Fellow of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation she is an author of numerous articles and teaches sports arbitration in MGIMO University, that she herself graduated from. She also often serves as an arbitrator/judge in moot courts, being multi-lingual in English, German, Russian and learning French.

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Using illegally obtained evidence in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Using illegally obtained evidence in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Obtaining evidence for sport-relating disputes in a dubious way remains frequent in practice. In particular, parties often use such evidence in CAS. It follows from the applicable law, that relying on such evidence does not contradict public policy. On 10 January 2018 Fancy Bears’ Hack Team made public communication between International Olympic Committee (IOC) and World Anti-Doping […]