Tag: CIS

Kyrgyz Republic’s Mixed Fortunes in Investment Arbitration

Kyrgyz Republic’s Mixed Fortunes in Investment Arbitration

The Kyrgyz Republic found itself on the receiving end of a flurry of investment arbitration claims a couple of years ago. While it has since successfully resolved a number of cases, it has also lost several times. This post looks at two important recent developments. The first one is three awards rendered against the Kyrgyz […]

Conference “The New Vienna Rules – Quality Arbitration at Your Doorstep” took place in Kyiv

Conference “The New Vienna Rules – Quality Arbitration at Your Doorstep” took place in Kyiv

On 13 November the Vienna International Arbitral Centre held a conference “The New Vienna Rules – Quality Arbitration at Your Doorstep” on the premises of Opera Hotel in Kyiv. The conference highlighted the provisions and main changes in the Vienna Rules 2013. The new Vienna Rules became effective on 1 July 2013. The rules give […]

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Arbitration November in Kyiv

Arbitration November in Kyiv

13 November 2013 was a day full of arbitration events for young arbitration practitioners in Kyiv, Ukraine. They included a workshop “Strategy Considerations in International Arbitration”, a conference “The New Vienna Rules – Quality Arbitration at Your Doorstep”, a programme “Building a Career in International Arbitration” and a Young Arbitrators Forum event  “’Third Parties’ in […]

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Survey of the Russian & CIS Arbitration Market: Focus on Legal Departments

Survey of the Russian & CIS Arbitration Market: Focus on Legal Departments

CIS Arbitration Forum, Legal Success magazine and Arbitrations.ru are pleased to commence the first study of the Russian & CIS  legal services market in International Arbitration. Depth, complexity and focus on Russia/CIS are the main distinctive features of the study.  It will consist of 3 parts: law firms’ survey, legal departments’ survey and arbitrators’ survey. In […]

Report from the AIA June Conference on Arbitration in CIS Countries

Report from the AIA June Conference on Arbitration in CIS Countries

On 21 June 2012, the Association for International Arbitration (AIA) together with the Brussels Institute for Contemporary China Studies (BICCS) organised a conference on “Arbitration in CIS countries: current issues”. It was held at the Karel Van Miert Building of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. The media partners of the conference included the CIS Arbitration Forum […]

Conference in Brussels: Current Issues in Arbitration in CIS Countries

Conference in Brussels: Current Issues in Arbitration in CIS Countries

The Association for International Arbitration, the CIS Arbitration Forum and a number of co-sponsors are hosting an arbitration conference in Brussels on 21 June 2012. Speakers from various CIS jurisdictions will discuss a range of issues related to arbitration in the region. The topics include the policy of CIS countries towards arbitration, bribery, Russia-related arbitration […]

Conference on Arbitration in South Caucasus Held in Georgia

Conference on Arbitration in South Caucasus Held in Georgia

The Annual International Conference from the cycle of “Arbitration and Mediation in Central and Eastern Europe and Some Asian countries” was held in Batumi, Georgia on September 21-22, 2011. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Republic of Adjara (Georgia) and Polish Society for Arbitration and Mediation (Poland) organized the conference, which was hosted by […]

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Conference in London: Arbitrating CIS Disputes through the LCIA

Conference in London: Arbitrating CIS Disputes through the LCIA

The LCIA in conjunction with the British-Russian Law Association is organizing a conference on practical issues of CIS dispute resolution in London. On 17 March 2011, the participants will discuss commencing and progressing LCIA proceedings, multiparty arbitrations, as well as on issues of costs and enforcement. Keynote participants include: James Clanchy (Registrar and Deputy Director […]