CIS-related Disputes: Treaties, Sanctions, Compliance and Enforcement

On 25-26 May 2021, CIS Arbitration Forum will bring together leading practitioners, academics and arbitrators to discuss some of the most challenging problems of which lawyers face in disputes related to Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and other countries of the CIS region.

Four panels will feature recognised experts presenting their views and answering questions from the audience.

The conference is an opportunity to stay on top of the most recent developments related to the region, to establish new connections and demonstrate expertise.

Confirmed speakers

Dr Dmitry Davydenko, MGIMO University, Moscow

Prof Kaj Hobér, Uppsala University, Uppsala

Prof Yarik Kryvoi, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London

Olena Perepelynska, Integrites, Kyiv

Yuriy Pochtovyk, Energy Charter Treaty Secretariat, Brussels

Evgeniya Rubinina, Enyo Law, London

Baiju Vassani, Ivanyan and Partners, London and Moscow

More speakers will be announced soon.


The number of places is limited to ensure possibilities for meaningful dialogue and networking.

The early bird registration fee is £150, admission for in-house and government lawyers is free of charge.

To register, please visit Eventbrite.

To keep up to date with key conference-related developments, join CIS Arbitration Forum on LinkedIn.

For any questions related to the conference, email


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