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Foreign Arbitral Institutions enter the Russian Arbitration market

12 August 2019 Valeria Romanova, Russia


As reported in an earlier blog post, significant amendments to the Law on Arbitration came into force in Russia back in September 2016.

One of the key changes brought about by the arbitration reform includes the introduction of a new regime for recognition of arbitral institutions established by various industry associations (those being non-commercial organisations) as “permanent arbitral institutions” (“PAIs”). This process is subject to the forum meeting statutory conditions and receiving an approval from the Russian Government to perform these functions.

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Russia’s arbitration reform – what do the new laws mean for arbitration in Russia?

31 October 2018 Valeria Romanova, Russia


Significant amendments to Russia’s arbitration laws (the “New Laws”) came into force back in September 2016. The New Laws are intended to create modern and effective mechanisms for domestic and international arbitration in Russia, as well as to provide solutions to some of the perceived problems associated with using arbitration in Russia. Valeria Romanova from our Moscow office considers the changes and their impact.

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