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Dmitry Artyukhov

Dmitry Artyukhov
Editor-in-chief
Arbitration.ru
Moscow

Dmitry Artyukhov graduated from Moscow State University, faculty of journalism, with honours, in 2007. He started his legal education at the University Zurich and completed the law degree at MGIMO, Moscow, as a Master in International and European law, in 2018. Prior to joining the RAA as chief editor, Dmitry worked as an editor for GEO Magazine Russia and "Lichny Budget" magazine on private finance, and contributed to "Aeroflot" in-flight magazine. During his studies in Zurich he worked as assistant to attorneys providing legal, tax and secretarial services to Russian and international clients in the cantons of Zurich and Zug. In Moscow he did an internship at the Moscow Arbitration (Commercial) court and advised businesses on questions of shipping contracts, administrative and labour legislation and disputes.

Dmitry has published articles in scientific journals on stylistics of the Russian language and law, alongside with articles on Russia's regions and private business published in magazines that reflect his range of experience.

Materials
How to amend contract in a Russian court? Learn from a recent case How to amend contract in a Russian court? Learn from a recent case

Learn from a recent case much discussed in Russian legal media, where the courts amended an ICC arbitration clause. Back to Instar Logistics v. Nabors Drilling International Limited...

July 30, 2020
Report from the Prague Rules Inaugural Conference Report from the Prague Rules Inaugural Conference

The new set of rules for taking evidence in international arbitration was officially signed on 14 December 2018 in Prague after four years of drafting...

March 16, 2020
“I feel valued not only as a ‘fee earner’ but also as a human being” “I feel valued not only as a ‘fee earner’ but also as a human being”

This Autumn, Tatiana Minaeva, formerly counsel in Jones Day and an international arbitration lawyer, became partner of RPC in London. Tatiana currently represents investors in investor-state arbitrations against governments of the CIS countries, and the Central Asian state in the arbitration under the ICSID Additional Facility Rules...

January 18, 2020
“Opportunity is a combination of chance and choice”. Interview with Peter М. Wolrich, partner of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, Paris “Opportunity is a combination of chance and choice”. Interview with Peter М. Wolrich, partner of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, Paris

Peter M. Wolrich is one of the leading arbitration lawyers in the world. Born in the U.S., he represented numerous European and Asian countries in complex and lengthy investor-states arbitration proceedings. We talk with Peter about his legal career, the Central Asia, complex cases and his philosophy that has driven him through over 40 years of his work in arbitration...

January 18, 2020
EEDRF: Behind The Scenes or How to organize an annual international arbitration forum EEDRF: Behind The Scenes or How to organize an annual international arbitration forum

The Eastern European Dispute Resolution Forum (EEDRF) was held in Minsk. The inspirer and co-chair of the organizing committee is Alexandre Khrapoutski, partner at Lex Torre Law Office (Belarus), Vice Chairman of the RAA board, member of the UAA board, member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb, London)...

November 16, 2019
Their life, their rules Their life, their rules

Russian State Duma (the lower chamber of the Parliament) has accepted in the first reading the law according to which Russian entities under sanctions can unilaterally change the arbitration agreement with foreign parties.

September 26, 2019
RAA media presence in 2013-2019 RAA media presence in 2013-2019

As part of our collaboration with Interfax Europe Corporate Risk and Due Diligence Division, we would like to present you essential results of media monitoring conducted using the Interfax Scan system. The monitoring included more than 20 RAA-related keywords and expressions both in Russian and English and covered media space in Russia and abroad...

June 20, 2019
“I am confident that justice will prevail in the end and I will be vindicated – what saddens me is the professional jealousy and the unprofessional desire for control” “I am confident that justice will prevail in the end and I will be vindicated – what saddens me is the professional jealousy and the unprofessional desire for control”

On April 28th 2019, an international arbitrator and construction expert Professor Sundra Rajoo, wrote a responsive letter to the Russian Arbitration Association explaining his version of the events that led to his resignation from the Director’s position of the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) in Kuala-Lumpur...


May 17, 2019
Interview with Kimberley Stewart, CEO of Arbitration Place, Joel Richler, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers, Toronto Interview with Kimberley Stewart, CEO of Arbitration Place, Joel Richler, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers, Toronto

This March our Moscow-based arbitration magazine literally reaches the other side of Earth. Editor-in-chief Dmitry Artyukhov speaks to Kimberley Stewart, CEO, Arbitration Place, Joel Richler, FCIArb, Bay Street Chambers, in Toronto and Tina Cicchetti, independent arbitrator, in Vancouver...

April 4, 2019
As far as it gets: Arbitration.ru meets Canadian arbitration As far as it gets: Arbitration.ru meets Canadian arbitration

Maple syrup, hockey, and a popular domicile for mining companies…Russian-speaking arbitration professionals are not very familiar with what is happening in Canada and Canadian arbitration in general...

April 4, 2019
ICC Central and Eastern European Institutional Arbitration Group. Report of the Activities in Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia and Ukraine in 2017-2018 ICC Central and Eastern European Institutional Arbitration Group. Report of the Activities in Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia and Ukraine in 2017-2018

On 24 October 2018 a regular annual meeting of the ICC Central and Eastern European Institutional Arbitration Group was held in Paris (France).

February 14, 2019
Astana - the new world arbitration centre? Astana - the new world arbitration centre?

Businesses and investors of Kazakhstan preferred to litigate in London and Singapore. Will the efforts of current Kazakh establishment persuade them to keep court fees at home? Members and guests of Russian Arbitration Association discussed the prospects and drawbacks of the emerging eurasian arbitration centre at a round table...

January 29, 2019