X Annual Conference of the American Bar Association «The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes »

This year the conference will be a key event, bringing together 150 participants, including judicial and corporate lawyers, experts in arbitration, judges and representatives of science and business.

We are pleased to invite you to the X Annual Conference of ABA «The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes»

Date: 27 September 2018

More information about the program could be found here

For registration, please follow the link

Venue: Moscow, Radisson Royal hotel (hotel Ukraine), Kutuzovsky prospect, 2/1S1

Language: Russian and English (with simultaneous translation).

Topics of the discussion:

•          “The Inquisitorial Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration” (“The Prague Rules”) – A viable alternative to the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration?

•          Soft skills in international arbitration

•          Smarter than the smartest lawyer? Emerging and predicted uses of artificial intelligence and data analytics in dispute resolution

•          You play by your rules; I’ll play by mine? Regulating (or not …) counsel conduct in international arbitration

•          Hidden in plain sight: Pursuing assets abroad in cross-border insolvency and judgment enforcement proceedings

•          The New York Convention at 60 years: Is the promise of ready enforcement of arbitration agreements and awards being fulfilled?

•          Crafting requests for disclosure/discovery requests:  A practical show-me-how session coupled with moot court/arbitration demonstrations

•          Successfully navigating the cross-border aspects of tax disputes

•          Recent developments in investor-state arbitration and enforcement of awards against sovereigns

•          Arbitration of international sports disputes:  Lessons for international commercial arbitration?

•          Between a rock and a hard place: Sanctions, counter-sanctions and related measures

•          Interpreting contracts and the admissibility of evidence – The English, US, Russian and German approaches compared and contrasted

For participation, please contact alexandra.brichkovskaya@arbitrations.ru  


Members of the Association can be an individual with a law degree, is a specialist in international commercial arbitration or have a professional interest in international commercial arbitration and share the goals and objectives of the Association.Read more

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