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Issue # 8 of Arbitration.ru published
By 25 April, 2019 0 Comments Read More →

Issue # 8 of Arbitration.ru published

The April issue of Arbitration.ru is dedicated to Russian arbitration and Moscow as arbitration seat. The journal offers to readers the latest facts and figures on Russian arbitration as demonstrated in the results of a survey “Russia as a place of arbitration” by ICC Russia, the statistics of Russia’s leading arbitration institutions and their interpretation by […]

Posted in: Library
Conference overview: International Arbitration in the Spotlight: from Tokyo to New York
By 30 March, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Conference overview: International Arbitration in the Spotlight: from Tokyo to New York

On 20 March 2017 Moscow hosted International Arbitration in the Spotlight: from Tokyo to New York, a conference organized by the LF Academy and Arbitration Centre at the Autonomous Non-profit Organisation ”Institute of Modern Arbitration” (Russia). CIS Arbitration Forum was its media partner. The first part of the event was devoted to the most recent […]

Обзор конференции «Международный арбитраж в центре внимания: от Токио до Нью-Йорка»
By 22 March, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Обзор конференции «Международный арбитраж в центре внимания: от Токио до Нью-Йорка»

20 марта 2017 г. в Москве прошла конференция «Международный арбитраж в центре внимания: от Токио до Нью-Йорка», организованная LF Академией и Арбитражным центром при АНО «Институт современного арбитража».  CIS Arbitration Forum выступил одним из ее информационных партнеров. Конференция была очень познавательной как для новичков, так и для тех, кто имеет большой опыт в сфере арбитража. […]

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Ukraine’s Supreme Court Confirms the Respondent’s Burden to Prove Lack of Notice

Ukraine’s Supreme Court Confirms the Respondent’s Burden to Prove Lack of Notice

In a recent decision the Supreme Court of Ukraine confirmed that the respondent may not prevent enforcement of an arbitral award simply by claiming that it had not received notice. The decision also confirms that the respondent may not circumvent the general allocation of burden of proof mandated by the New York Convention by reframing […]