International Litigation and Arbitration Practice
On 8 June 2020, the Russian President signed Federal Law No. 171-FZ “On amending the Russian Commercial Procedure Code in order to protect the rights of individuals and legal entities in connection with restrictive measures introduced by a foreign state, an association and/or union of states, and/or governmental (transnational) institution of a foreign state or association and/or union of states”.
The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (“SCC”) has announced the possibility of using its service for the online administration of arbitration proceedings (the SCC Platform) in ad hoc arbitration. The service will be available for any ad hoc arbitration.
The coronavirus epidemic is compelling people worldwide to be flexible and to adapt quickly to dramatic changes in circumstances.
Pepeliaev Group draws your attention to the changes in the case law involving certain issues of corporate legislation.
Pepeliaev Group advises that on 10 December 2019 the Russian Supreme Court adopted its Plenum’s Resolution No. 53 “On Russian courts performing assistance and control functions with respect to arbitral proceedings and international commercial arbitration”.