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Tatneft failed to recognise and enforce in Russia the arbitral award against Ukraine

Today the Moscow Commercial Court published its ruling in case No. А40-67511/2017 to terminate the proceedings initiated by Tatneft application to recognize and enforce arbitral award against Ukraine regarding Ukrtatnafta. Kulkov, Kolotilov and Partners and Winston&Strawn represented Ukraine. Previously the arbitral tribunal granted Tatneft claim to recover $144 mln damages arising out of the Russian-Ukrainian […]...
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Practical Law has published an article by Maxim Kulkov and Alexandra Chilikova

Practical Law has published an article, Moscow Commercial Court denies recognition and enforcement of an SCC award, authored by Maxim Kulkov and Alexandra Chilikova. On 16 March 2017, the Moscow Commercial Court denied recognition and enforcement of an Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) arbitral award issued in proceedings between an Italian […]...
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New ICAC Rules enter into force

Practical Law has published an article by Maxim Kulkov and Olga Kokoz. New rules of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICAC) came into force on 27 January 2017. ICAC now are able to administer and resolve domestic commercial and sports disputes, as well as international commercial […]...
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Practical Law has published an article by Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov

The Russian Supreme Court has ruled that the invalidity of an underlying contract does not lead to the invalidity of an arbitration agreement contained within it. In doing so, the Supreme Court reversed the commercial and cassation court’s decisions which had both found that where the underlying contract was invalid, the arbitration agreement was also […]...
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Practical Law has published an article by Maxim Kulkov and Elena Zaltser

Commercial Court of Moscow recognises and enforces an arbitral award without applying the New York Convention. The Russian Supreme Court has held that, where a bank is undergoing a “rehabilitation” procedure (a type of bankruptcy procedure employed to avert insolvency), any related proceedings must be brought before a commercial court, and not in arbitration. In […]...
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Practical Law updated the article by Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov

Russian Supreme Court prohibits banks undergoing a “rehabilitation” procedure from arbitrating disputes. The Russian Supreme Court has held that, where a bank is undergoing a “rehabilitation” procedure (a type of bankruptcy procedure employed to avert insolvency), any related proceedings must be brought before a commercial court, and not in arbitration. In addition, to prove the […]...
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Practical Law updated the article by Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov

Russian Ministry of Justice promulgates Regulation on establishment of permanent arbitral institutions in Russia. As part of the enactment of the recently adopted Law N 382-FZ “On Arbitration” (see Legal update, Russian President approves amendments to arbitration law), the Russian Ministry of Justice has promulgated Regulation On a Council for Development of Arbitration Laws, prescribing the […]...
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Update for Practical Law by Maxim Kulkov and Elena Zaltser

The Russian Arbitration Association (RAA) has established nine new working groups that have been tasked with drafting arbitration rules, standard form contracts and commentaries relating to new arbitration laws in Russia (see Legal update, Russian Parliament passes Bill on arbitration at second reading). The working groups may be divided into several categories, such as constituent […]...
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Russian Supreme Court rules on explicit consent to arbitration agreement and applicability of estoppel theory – update for Practical Law by Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov

The Judicial Chamber of Economic Disputes of the Russian Supreme Court has ruled that a company is not bound by an arbitration agreement which was concluded on its behalf by a person acting on a general power of attorney and having no special authority to do so. A state enterprise Izhvodokanal (claimant) requested the Commercial […]...
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