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Their life, their rules
September 26, 2019

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.

Their life, their rules
“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.”
May 17, 2019

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.


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

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. 

As far as it gets: Arbitration.ru meets Canadian arbitration
Women in Arbitration
March 12, 2019

Within Latin America, Peru is one of the most active jurisdictions both in the number of arbitrations and the number of arbitration-related events. This time, the Peruvian Institute of Arbitration (Instituto Peruano Arbitraje (IPA)),an academic organization dedicated to the dissemination of arbitration in Peru and abroad, organized what seems to be a unique international event. 

Women in Arbitration
Report from the Prague Rules Inaugural Conference
February 13, 2019

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.

Report from the Prague Rules Inaugural Conference
Russia: arbitration-related developments
February 13, 2019

The end of 2018 saw certain important changes introduced to the Law on Arbitration in Russia (the "Law on Domestic Arbitration"), which also apply to international commercial arbitration proceedings seated in Russia. The changes will take effect on March 29, 2019. 

Russia: arbitration-related developments
Arbitration Association's amicus curiae briefs and the Supreme Court's decisions to confirm the arbitrability of disputes involving SOEs and the jurisdiction to enforce against property of foreign award-debtors
January 23, 2019

The Russian Arbitration Association has been submitting amicus curiae briefs in arbitration-related cases before the Russian Supreme Court since 2016. Though the rules of procedure do not expressly envisage such briefs, and the judges have refused to treat them as part of the case file, the briefs are read and, in some cases, appear to influence the decisions of the court. 

Arbitration Association's amicus curiae briefs and the Supreme Court's decisions to confirm the  arbitrability of  disputes involving SOEs and the jurisdiction to enforce against  property of foreign award-debtors
Belarusian arbitration update
January 22, 2019

Long time no news about Belarusian arbitration? A review by Alexandre Khrapoutski (SBH Partners, Partner, Minsk) is designed to fill this gap.

Belarusian arbitration update
Application of the New York Convention in Russia
December 6, 2018
Statistical Analysis of the Russian case law from 2008-2017.
Application of the New York Convention in Russia