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Seminar in October: Dispute Resolution Traditions and Realities in Russia and CIS Countries

New York – 5 October 2012 – ICDR Y&I, in cooperation with the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law, is inviting you to take part in a lively discussion at the ICDR Y&I Seminar for Young Practitioners “Dispute Resolution Traditions and Realities in Russia and CIS Countries:  Some Tips for Litigation and Arbitration with CIS Parties”.  CIS Arbitration Forum is an information sponsor of the seminar.

The event will take place from 6–8 pm at the AAA/ICDR headquarters located at 1633 Broadway, New York, NY.

The discussion will be followed by refreshments creating a great informal environment for participants, guests and speakers to network and exchange experiences.

The discussion, moderated by Gene Burd (Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, Washington D.C), will cover current practical and hands-on issues regarding when to choose the means to resolve a future business dispute with your Russian/CIS partner; what the available and effective means to choose from are; how Russian/CIS dispute resolution traditions and realities effect the choice; and what exactly to do if a particular dispute arose.

The four-member panel of practicing lawyers consists of:

Marney Cheek (Covington & Burling LLP, Washington D.C.),

Vladimir Khvalei (Baker & McKenzie, Moscow),

Anna Kozmenko (Curtis Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, New York) and

Daniel Rothstein (Law Office of Daniel J. Rothstein, P.C.,New York).

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsor Baker & McKenzie, this event is free of charge. Informational support for this event is provided by, the Russian and CIS Arbitration Network, and CIS Arbitration Forum.

Download the Seminar Program. As seating is limited, please return the attached Registration Form as soon as possible.

About the Author:

Dr Davydenko is a co-editor of the CIS Arbitration Forum. He is an associate professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University), Department of Private International and Civil Law, and at Higher School of Economics. Dmitry Davydenko has experience as an arbitrator in the ICC and other arbitral proceedings and is listed as a recommended arbitrator of HKIAC, International Commercial Arbitration Court and Maritime Arbitration Commission at Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well as of other reputed arbitral institutions. Included in the list of best practitioners in arbitration in Russia as of the years 2017 through 2021 (a Global leader for 2022) by Who’s Who Legal and Global Arbitration Review (GAR). He also acts as a Russian law expert on various matters related to international commerce.

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