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Russian Supreme Court streamlines the case law on international arbitration

Russian Supreme Court streamlines the case law on international arbitration

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation approved the Review of case law regarding assistance to and control of domestic and international arbitrations. The main provisions concerning international arbitration deal with arbitration agreements, choice-of-forum clauses, the enforcement of an award against a company in liquidation and the inclusion of the award creditor into the register […]

Application of the UNIDROIT Principles in the Practice of Russian State Courts

Application of the UNIDROIT Principles in the Practice of Russian State Courts

Through years the Principles of International Commercial Contracts developed under auspices of UNIDROIT (“the UNIDROIT Principles”) have gained a wide recognition in many countries worldwide. This is true also with regard to Russia. Not only arbitral tribunals in Russian-seated arbitrations, but also its state courts invoke the UNIDROIT Principles, even where the parties did not […]

Арбитрабельность споров в связи с закупками отдельными видами юр. лиц

Арбитрабельность споров в связи с закупками отдельными видами юр. лиц

Анализ запроса Верховного суда РФ в Конституционный суд РФ насчет неарбитрабельности споров в связи с закупками отдельными видами юридических лиц. А.И. Муранов Арбитрабельность споров по Закону № 223-ФЗ – А. Муранов (полный текст) Запрос Верховного Суда РФ в Конституционный Суд РФ Analysis of the request of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation to the Constitutional […]

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Applicability of Dispute Settlement Procedures to the Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Russia

Applicability of Dispute Settlement Procedures to the Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Russia

Throughout the past year, courts in Russia have struggled with the applicability of dispute settlement procedures to the enforcement of arbitral awards. As a result, uncertainty regarding the matter has sometimes produced an inconsistent judicial approach. In a decision on 20 March 2017, the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation (the Court) provided clarity to […]

Russian Supreme Court Strengthens Creditors’ Right to Challenge Enforcement Decisions

Russian Supreme Court Strengthens Creditors’ Right to Challenge Enforcement Decisions

In a recent decision of 9 October the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation extended safeguards for bankruptcy creditors against unfounded claims based on arbitral awards. The abuse of arbitration for the purposes of creating fake grounds for claims to get the most out of the debtor’s bankruptcy has long been a problem in Russia. […]

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French Judgment Unenforceable Because of Lack of Legal Certainty

French Judgment Unenforceable Because of Lack of Legal Certainty

In January 2015 the Russian Supreme Court refused to enforce the Resolution of Paris Appellate Court No. RG 09/19535 dated 18 November 2010 on the collection of EUR 150,000 from the Government of Kaliningrad Region for the Republic of Lithuania. The case highlights the importance of a foreign judge giving reasons in a clear way in order for the decision to be […]