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Arbitration Reform in Ukraine: New Possibilities for Arbitration Users

Arbitration Reform in Ukraine: New Possibilities for Arbitration Users

After many years of discussions and active work of various working groups and Ukrainian Parliament, in the end of 2017 Ukraine has finally reformed its arbitration-related procedural legislation. Now the arbitration users may seek Ukrainian courts’ assistance in obtaining interim measures, preserving and collecting evidence necessary for arbitral proceedings, which remained practically impossible prior to […]

“Remington Worldwide Limited v Ukraine” Saga: The First ECT Arbitration Conducted in Russian

“Remington Worldwide Limited v Ukraine” Saga: The First ECT Arbitration Conducted in Russian

 Remington Worldwide Limited v Ukraine is interesting not only as the first arbitration under the Energy Charter Treaty (the “ECT”) conducted in Russian.  It also reasserts the importance of a fundamental aspect of the rule of law – the principle of legal certainty. The case demonstrates how far-reaching the effects of the application of the exceptions from […]

Ukraine: Revised Rules of Assistance to UNCITRAL Arbitrations

Ukraine: Revised Rules of Assistance to UNCITRAL Arbitrations

Recently the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (the “ICAC”) published new rules of assistance relating to assistance available from it under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. The Presidium of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry approved the document on 27 October 2011 (the “2011 Rules of Assistance” or “2011 Rules”). The […]

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New Rules for Interim Measures Related to Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Ukraine

New Rules for Interim Measures Related to Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Ukraine

The Ukrainian Parliament adopted long-expected amendments to the Civil Procedure Code of Ukraine regarding interim measures in foreign judgment and arbitral award enforcement proceedings. The new rules became binding on 19 October, 2011.  The new rules allow foreign creditors to apply for interim measures while recognition and enforcement proceedings are still pending.  Thus they can ensure, […]