KIAP successfully enforced judgments of Kazakh commercial courts

24.02.2015
KIAP successfully enforced judgments of Kazakh commercial courts
KIAP represented its Kazakh client in the matter of recognition and enforcement of Kazakh commercial courts judgments in Russia. 

The case was of interest for KIAP because it touched upon such issues as competence of Kazakh courts to resolve the dispute between the parties and due notification of the Russian party regarding proceedings in foreign courts. Also matters of competitive judgments with Russian courts and concurrent enforcement procedures in Russia and Kazakhstan were involved. Despite of these counterarguments foreign judgments were recognized and enforced by the Arbitrazh Court of St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region.

The engagement was carried out by KIAP Senior Associate Irina Suspitcyna and Junior Associate Olga Kasheeva.

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International Commercial Arbitration

KIAP's International Commercial Arbitration practice represents clients’ interests in international commercial arbitration in Russia and abroad, as well as before Russian courts in matters involving recognition and enforcement of international commercial arbitration awards, provides consultations on arbitration agreements, its validity and enforceability, on facilitation of out-of-court settlements and on strategies for international commercial arbitration. The practice is recommended by the international rating Legal 500 EMEA, Russian rankings Pravo.ru-300, Kommersant and Pravo-300 "Sympathy rating". The practice is led by Anna Grishchenkova, partner, LL.M., MCIArb. In 2020 Anna was appointed as Regional Representative of the Russian Federation in the IBA Litigation Committee for the second time, and during 2018-2020 she was a Co-Chair of the Young Litigation Lawyers Forum of IBA. In 2019 Anna was appointed Deputy Chairman of the ICC Russia Commission on Arbitration. Anna is also a Regional Ambassador at HK45 - Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre’s committee (HKIAC). Included into panel of arbitrators in Hong Kong (HKIAC) and into list of arbitrators in Austria (VIAC), Kuala Lumpur (AIAC), Korea (KCAB INTERNATIONAL) and Russia (the Board Member of the Russian Arbitration Center). Author of the book “Psychology and persuasion skills in dispute resolution”.


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