Link to the first ever virtual Annual RAA Conference 2020

12.12.2020 Link to the first ever virtual Annual RAA Conference 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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