KK&P’s Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov contribute to Practical Law on the problem of rejection of series of Ukrainian awards by Commercial Court of Moscow on “public policy” basis construed too flexibly
In the update Maxim Kulkov and Sergey Lysov pay their attention to Russia’s overly wide interpretation of the public policy principle set in Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York, 1958) being expanded with checking the existence of corporate approval in the transactions
by Russian state courts.
You may find the link to the update on Practical Law page or read the full text on KK&P’s site: “Commercial Court of Moscow refuses to enforce series of Ukrainian awards on grounds of public policy”
Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers.