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Ethics in International Arbitration: an opinion of arbitral institutions
Ethics in International Arbitration: an opinion of arbitral institutions
The 2015 Queen Mary and White & Case International Arbitration Survey1 revealed that a lack of effective sanctions during the arbitral process was the second worst characteristic of international arbitration. Within the same survey, 52% of respondents picked sanctions for dilatory conduct by… »
What is the disciplinary jurisdiction of a sports federation? A review of Vitaly Mutko v IOC
What is the disciplinary jurisdiction of a sports federation? A review of Vitaly Mutko v IOC
Published by Natalia Kisliakova, Peter Stewart. The Russian doping scandal has been in the headlines since 2014 when German television channel, RTL, broadcast a documentary (the RTL Documentary) concerning the alleged existence of a doping regime within the All-Russia Athletics Federation… »
GAR - The Guide to Advocacy, Edition 4. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: Russia and Eastern Europe
GAR - The Guide to Advocacy, Edition 4. Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: Russia and Eastern Europe
If I were asked to select three top tips for advocacy in Russia and eastern Europe, I would choose the following:    using storytelling; dering the influence of the first impression; and remembering the ‘IKEA’ effect. In short, these can be used – albeit with some… »
Professional Responsibility in Russian Arbitration: an open-ended question
Professional Responsibility in Russian Arbitration: an open-ended question
Professional responsibility of Russian lawyers is a long-standing matter. Recently, in addition to domestic ethics the legal community has been maintaining debates on ethical challenges in international commercial arbitration (“ICA”). For Russia, it looks as a discussion of particulars of creati… »
The fruit from a poisoned tree – use of unlawfully obtained evidence
The fruit from a poisoned tree – use of unlawfully obtained evidence
Authors: Jane Colston, Brown Rudnick, London Olga Bischof, Brown Rudnick, London Cameron Moxley, Brown Rudnick, New York Anna Grishchenkova, KIAP, Moscow In the United Kingdom, the governing Conservative Party has promised not to withdraw from … »
The Buzz in Russia — Interview with Anna Grishchenkova of KIAP
The Buzz in Russia — Interview with Anna Grishchenkova of KIAP
When asked what the buzz is in Russia — what lawyers are talking about at the moment — KIAP Partner Anna Grishchenkova laughs. “Of course lawyers always talk about money,” she says. Turning serious, Grishchenkova reports that, at least for her and her fellow litigators, “the t… »
Interview with Sarah Grimmer, new Secretary General of HKIAC
Interview with Sarah Grimmer, new Secretary General of HKIAC
Anna Grishchenkova, partner at KIAP attorneys at law, interviewed Sarah Grimmer, new Secretary General of HKIAC, during IBA annual conference in Washington Sarah Grimmer was appointed Secretary General of HKIAC on 1 September 2016. Sarah has more than 14 years of ex… »
In Arbitration We Trust: What Are the Lessons from the Trust v Fosint Ltd case (Russia)?
In Arbitration We Trust: What Are the Lessons from the Trust v Fosint Ltd case (Russia)?
The Russian Supreme Court recently rendered a decision declaring disputes on challenging agreements with banks in a special financial situation, called by lawyers – “troubled” banks, as non-arbitrable [Bank Trust v. Fosint Ltd., decision dated 16 August 2016 number 305-ЭС16-4051] (“Trust case”). … »
In the Seat: Dr. Manfred Heider
In the Seat: Dr. Manfred Heider
For more than 15 years, Dr. Manfred Heider has been the Secretary General of the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC), one of the most reputable and popular arbitral institutions in the world. Partner of litigation and international arbitration practice of KIAP Anna Grishc… »
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