Author Archive: Yulia Raizer

Yulia is an intern with CIS Arbitration Forum. Yulia graduated from Tomsk State University in 2007. She is a member of ICDR Young & International Division and ICC Young Arbitrators Forum. Yulia is a participant of International Arbitration Summer Program (Washington College of Law, 2013) and International Commercial Law and International ADR Certificate Program (Institute of International Commercial Law, Pace Law School, 2013-2014).

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Russian Courts Approach Framework Agreement’s Arbitration Clause

Russian Courts Approach Framework Agreement’s Arbitration Clause

Recent Russian commercial court judgments illustrate a new trend in the interpretation of framework supply agreements (“FSA”). The newly developed approach is supposed to become more sensitive to good faith, party willingness and intentions and factual and legal discourse. In Taganrog Automobile Plant v Hyundai Motor Company (case № 15AP-8173/2014) the courts implemented the Russian Supreme Commercial […]

Russian SCC Says Service under the Hague Convention is a Prerequisite of an Enforceable Foreign Judgment

Russian SCC Says Service under the Hague Convention is a Prerequisite of an Enforceable Foreign Judgment

A 28 January 2014 ruling of the Russian Supreme Commercial Court (the “SCC”) will have significant repercussions for international litigation involving Russian parties. According to the SCC a foreign judgment will be enforceable in Russia only if the proceedings were served on the Russian party through official channels provided by the Hague Convention on the […]

By 14 February, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Turkmenistan: Two Recent Decisions on Jurisdiction Prove that the BIT Matters

Turkmenistan: Two Recent Decisions on Jurisdiction Prove that the BIT Matters

This summer ICSID tribunals resolved jurisdictional challenges in two cases arising out of construction projects in Turkmenistan. In Kilic Insaat Ithalat Ihracat Sanayi ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi v Turkmenistan (ICSID Case No. ARB/10/1) the tribunal decided that it does not have jurisdiction. It held that the investor failed to litigate its claims in the Turkmen courts […]

By 22 October, 2013 0 Comments Read More →