Open forum to straighten out the facts on EU Sanctions
The potential impact of the EU sanctions has been subject of heated debates both in Russia and internationally, at times giving rise to misconceptions and speculations. In light of this, SCC is hosting a seminar to promote an open dialogue between Russian and Swedish lawyers.
Russian is the most common nationality among non-Swedish parties to SCC arbitrations. It is against this background that SCC is organizing a seminar, aimed to create an open dialogue about the current situation and facts, for example:
- How does the EU sanction legislation apply?
- What are the sanctions’ legal consequences for international dispute resolution?
- How will the EU-based arbitral institutions and arbitrators deal with “Russian” disputes?
The participants and speakers will be representatives from arbitral institutions, law firms, government and business, and SCC will be represented by Secretary General Annette Magnusson.
The seminar is organized by The Embassy of Sweden in Moscow together with SCC and will be held in Russian and English (with simultaneous translation/спереводом). Participation is free of charge.