Russian and CIS Arbitration Network (“RCAN”) Workshop Webinar

“The Enforcement of Awards in the BVI & Russia, Current Arbitration Trends in Russia/CIS and the Prague Rules”

Pitfalls of Enforcement in Russia Download PDF

Prague Rules Download PDF

Enforcement of Russian Arbitral Awards and Judgments Download PDF

Tuesday, 19 November 2019,  9:00 – 11:00 am, BVI International Arbitration Centre

FREE ENTRY: RSVP to Claire Shefchik (c.shefchik@oysterbvi.com)

Panel 1:

Tameka Davis - Enforcement of Russian Judgments v Enforcement of Awards in the BVI

Anton Asoskov - Pitfalls for Enforcement of the BVI Awards and Court Judgments in Russia

Panel 2

Drew Holiner - Current Trends in Russian / CIS Arbitration

James Clanchy - The Prague Rules at one year old: here to stay?  Could the Prague Rules work in BVI seat and BVI IAC Rules arbitrations?

 

Moderator: Jane Fedotova, associate, Conyers

Biographies:

Anton Asoskov, L.L.D., Professor of Civil law Department Faculty of law of Moscow State University.

Tameka Davis, Partner, Conyers.

Drew Holiner, Barrister, Monckton Chambers

James Clanchy, Arbitrator

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The Russian and CIS Arbitration Network (“RCAN”) was officially launched at the Law Society of England and Wales on 21 July 2011.  The Executive Committee of RCAN, all arbitration practitioners with an interest in or close ties to the CIS region set out the following key aims of the Network in the RCAN Constitution:

1. To bring together arbitration practitioners, users and academics with an interest in international arbitration proceedings originating in Russia and other CIS jurisdictions;

2. To establish a forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and practical experience amongst such practitioners and users; and

3. To encourage the development of good practice in international arbitration originating in and relating to Russia and other CIS jurisdictions.