Sergey Lysov is a co-author of “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia and Former USSR States” publication
The recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Russia is frequently in the focus of international law firms, third-party financers and users.
With the detailed information that the book provides, practitioners will be able to understand how judicial developments in the covered jurisdictions have impacted the enforceability of arbitral awards, and how parties can take steps to ensure that they secure enforceable awards.
The book under the editorship of Roman Zykov, a Secretary General of the Russian Arbitration Association, is the first full-scale commentary in English on the application of the New York Convention in Russia and other 14 former USSR states with attention to the various relevant national laws and procedures.
The publication contents commentaries on Articles 35 and 36 of ICAL RF devoted to recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, prepared by Sergey Lysov, senior associate of KK&P, and Alexandra Chilikova, former associate of the firm.
The commentaries explain the procedure of recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards in Russia and define grounds for refusing recognition or enforcement of such awards.
The full text of commentaries is available here.
Reprinted from “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia and Former USSR States”, date of publication 04/27/2021, page range 139–151, with permission of Kluwer Law International.