4th Forum on International Dispute Resolution – 25-26 February, 2015

634L15 150X150Russian and CIS businesses continue to use foreign law, predominantly English, to govern their contracts and for subsequent litigation and arbitration of commercial dispute abroad— whether it’s conditioned by the requirements of their foreign business partners or a strategic part of the businesses’ corporate structure.

Mandatory norms, the complexity of laws in different jurisdictions and issues with rewards’ enforcement require a deep understanding of the risks involved and the opportunities available for companies protecting their interests. There are new options to consider for international trade related disputes with Russia’s WTO accession and the EurAsEc Court facilities becoming available last spring.

Companies seeking legal safeguards for their international business activities, along with their external legal advisers, have to understand the options available for dispute resolution and the best case strategies, which not only ensure successful outcomes, but are also efficient in terms of time and cost.

C5’s forum on International Disputes Resolution involving Russian and CIS companies will again gather over 100 leading experts to address practical issues faced by in-house counsel and external legal advisers involved in cross-border dispute resolution.

CIS Arbitration forum is the event’s information sponsor.

Join your peers at this internationally renowned conference and gain access to leading practitioners presenting recent case studies of dispute resolution and discussing the specific issues associated with cases involving Russian and CIS parties.

10 % discount to all the subscribers. Quote 634MP

For more information please contact

Karina Kusova

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7878 6930

Email: k.kusova@c5-online.com

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About the Author:

Professor Yarik Kryvoi, is the founder and co-editor of the CIS Arbitration Forum. He is the Senior Fellow in International Economic Law and Director of the Investment Treaty Forum at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL). He holds law degrees from Harvard, Moscow and St Petersburg. Before moving to academia, he practiced law with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Morgan Lewis & Bockius and Baker & McKenzie in England, the United States and Russia. See full profile at kryvoi.net.

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