Tag: CIS Economic Court

CIS Regional Conventions on Cross-Border Litigation and Its Application by Russian Courts
By 9 December, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

CIS Regional Conventions on Cross-Border Litigation and Its Application by Russian Courts

Recognition and enforcement of foreign court judgments in Russia generally require the existence of a treaty between the issuing state and the recognising state; otherwise, the principle of reciprocity applies. On the CIS level this procedure is relatively facilitated by a number of conventions. This post looks at the main features of these CIS regional […]

International Centre for Dispute Resolution at the CIS Economic Court Sets New Trends
By 19 December, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

International Centre for Dispute Resolution at the CIS Economic Court Sets New Trends

Last year the Presidium of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution at the Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States (ICDR) adopted the amended procedure for the settlement of disputes in the ICDR. The most significant changes occurred in the ICDR Arbitration Rules and Conciliation Rules. The ICDR was established by the CIS Economic Court, the […]

Russian Courts Reject Overly Broad Interpretation of Investment Treaty Arbitration Clause

Russian Courts Reject Overly Broad Interpretation of Investment Treaty Arbitration Clause

Arbitral tribunals in Moscow interpreted surprisingly broadly the dispute resolution provision in an investment treaty, allowing the investors to apply at unlimited number of fora at their choice. However, the Minsk-based CIS Economic Court in its decision on 23 September clarified that such provision establishes only a potential possibility of investor-state dispute resolution by international arbitration provided that the […]