Tag: arbitration in Russia

Russian Arbitration Day 2019 will take place on 25 March 2019
By 25 February, 2019 0 Comments Read More →

Russian Arbitration Day 2019 will take place on 25 March 2019

Russian Arbitration Day – one of the most successful arbitration conferences in Russia – will take place on 25 March 2019, in Moscow. CIS Arbitration Forum is an information partner of the event. Registration for RAD 2019 ► Among the Conference speakers were both rising stars of the Russian arbitration and world-class specialists. Significant efforts at the […]

Отделение МКАС при ТПП РФ в Ростове-на-Дону отмечает первую годовщину
By 13 March, 2018 0 Comments Read More →

Отделение МКАС при ТПП РФ в Ростове-на-Дону отмечает первую годовщину

14 марта 2017 года в г. Ростове-на-Дону было открыто Отделение МКАС при ТПП РФ. Оно является структурным подразделением МКАС, действующим на Юге России и стало первым из региональных отделений в стране. На сегодняшний день отделения МКАС открыты в Ростове-на-Дону, Иркутске, Уфе, Казани, Нижнем Новгороде и Перми. С их появлением предприниматели получили возможность познакомиться с высокими […]

Arbitration of corporate disputes: novelties and new tools for legal practitioners

Arbitration of corporate disputes: novelties and new tools for legal practitioners

Russia has made significant steps towards developing and harmonising its arbitration institutions and processes with international practice. Experts at the section of the Saint-Petersburg Legal Forum (SPLF) 2017 devoted to arbitration of corporate disputes on 19 May 2017 formed an impressive board of legal practitioners dealing with arbitrations in Russian and foreign arbitral institutions. Speakers from […]

New Rules of the Game for Arbitral Institutions in Russia

New Rules of the Game for Arbitral Institutions in Russia

The new Russian Arbitration Law has already been in force for eight months. One of the most significant changes that the new Law introduced concerns the authorisation requirement for arbitral institutions. At the beginning of May 2017, the Government of the Russian Federation released its first decision on the granting of authorisation to act as a permanent […]

New Russian Law on Arbitration and International Standards
By 7 September, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

New Russian Law on Arbitration and International Standards

The new arbitration laws which came into effect on 1 September 2016 have brought about some long-awaited changes. The Federal Law on Arbitration in the Russian Federation (the “Law on Arbitration”) and its ancillary law address, in particular, “pocket” arbitral institutions (established and controlled by a commercial company), uncertainty in connection with the arbitrability of […]

Arbitrability of corporate disputes in Russia: current and future regulation
By 18 January, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Arbitrability of corporate disputes in Russia: current and future regulation

Corporate disputes, currently non-arbitrable in Russia, will become open to arbitration in 2017. Russian regulation of arbitration has undergone significant changes with the adoption at the end of 2015 of two new laws, the Federal Law “On Arbitration in the Russian Federation” and the Federal Law “On Changes to Certain Laws of the Russian Federation”. […]

Конференция “Реформа арбитража: что ждет бизнес?”
By 21 October, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

Конференция “Реформа арбитража: что ждет бизнес?”

ИД «Коммерсантъ» организует  конференцию, посвященную реформе арбитража  в Москве, 27 ноября. CIS Arbitration Forum – информационный партнер мероприятия. Ключевые темы для обсуждения: • Реформа третейского правосудия и будущее третейских судов • Проблемы российского арбитража в разрешении споров с иностранными компаниями • Изменения в ГК РФ в 2015 г. и их влияние на судебную практику • Обзор […]

Public Policy in Russia and India – Which State is More Arbitration-Friendly?
By 8 November, 2011 0 Comments Read More →

Public Policy in Russia and India – Which State is More Arbitration-Friendly?

The highest judicial authorities of India and Russia recently considered two cases involving the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards where they had to deal with the concept of ordre public. Both states are perceived as arbitration-hostile jurisdictions, however, their approaches in analysing the identical issue were quite different. In Phulchand Exports Ltd. v OOO Patriot (2011) the […]