Link to the first ever virtual Annual RAA Conference 2020

12 декабря 2020

The recording is available on official RAA YouTube Channel

Future of International Arbitration 


  • European Perspectives on New Technologies and Arbitration.
  • Five global trends that will shape the future of international arbitration.
  • Dispute Resolution before State Courts and Arbitral Tribunals in the Times of Pandemic.
  • Challenging jurisdiction of arbitral tribunals – whether it is "never late".
  • New rules of Russian Arbitrazh (Commercial) Procedure Code regarding jurisdiction over sanctions-related disputes and their impact on international arbitration involving Russian parties.
  • Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: Russian and English Law Perspective.
  • Salient features of the Prague Rules.
  • From Theory to Practice: Main Conclusions from Real-Life Application of Prague Rules in ICC Cases.
  • Alex Bardin, Associate, CMS von Erlach Poncet
  • Alex Bardin, Associate, CMS von Erlach Poncet
  • Dmitry Dyakin, Partner, Rybalkin, Gortsunyan and Partners
  • Konstantin Kroll, Partner, Dentons
  • Konstantin Ryabinin, Senior Associate, MANNHEIMER SWARTLING
  • Ilia Tarabrin, Senior Associate, Eversheds Sutherland & Cameron Forsaith, Principal Associate, Eversheds Sutherland
  • Lilia Klochenko, Partner,  “Klochenko & Kuznetsova”Law Firm
  • Sergii Melnyk, Deputy Counsel, International Court of Arbitration, ICC
  • Tatiana Menshenina, Partner, Withersworldwide

Arbitration in Russia

  • Russian arbitration landscape overview 2020.
  • When arbitration meets insolvency.
  • The effect of an arbitration agreement on non-signatories and tort / avoidance claims: recent trends.
  • Litigator. Unforeseen risks.
  • Binding non-signatories to arbitration agreements.
  • Application by Russian courts of the recent novelties protecting sanctioned companies.
  • “Arbitration friendliness” of the court in Russia and Japan.
  • Yaroslav Klimov, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
  • Alexander Popelyuk, Partner, Lidings
  • Daria Konstantinova, Partner, Zabeyda & Partners
  • Hiroshi Oda, Sir Ernest Satow Professor of Japanese Law, University College London, Professor (adjunct), Waseda University, adviser, Nagashima Ohno and Tsunematsu Law Office
  • Maxim Kulkov, Managing Partner, Kulkov, Kolotilov and Partners
  • Pavel Boulatov, Counsel, White & Case
  • Timur Aitkulov, Partner, Clifford Chance
  • Yaroslav Klimov, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright

 AI in IA (Artificial Intelligence in International Arbitration: myth or reality)

  • Predictive Justice in IA.
  • Mission possible. How AI brings a new scale and approach to the evidence analysis?
  • Demonstration of "Sutyazhnik" legaltech.
  • Can law be automated?  Will we still need judges and lawyers if law turns into code?
  • Cyber Security and Data Protection in International Arbitration.
  • Artem Doudko, Partner, Osborne Clarke
  • Alexander Pisemskiy, Executive Director, CSI Group
  • Anton Vashkevich, Managing Partner, Simplawyer Legal Tech Company, Expert in law automation, legal design and legal tech
  • Dmitry Ivanov, Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Ekaterina Grivnova, International arbitration lawyer, Paris office of Allen & Overy
  • Jenny Arlington, Counsel, AKIN GUMP STRAUSS HAUER & FELD
  • Sergey Oganesyan, Chief specialist, "Sutyazhnik" Garant

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