SCC in dispute resolution conference on Russian/CIS parties and sanctions

SCC Legal Counsel Natalia Petrik is invited to speak about the EU sanctions at the conference on “International Dispute Resolution involving Russian and CIS Parties” in London next year. Ms. Petrik will provide an institutional perspective on the topic, for example, how arbitration is affected by the sanctions, and how the SCC actively manages these arbitration processes.

It is C5’s 5th annual conference on the topic, which aims to deal with the practical issues related to cross-border disputes.

The SCC has on several previous occasions highlighted the importance of clarity about the sanctions and their potentilal practical impact on the arbitral proceedings. Earlier this year, the SCC addressed this matter in a Q&A for the sanctions, as well as in this joint article.

Ms. Petrik will speak in the opening session, in which the following issues will be discussed (a selection):

The two-day conference will be held on 28-29 January 2016 in London and will be followed by a interactive post-conference workshop on “Costs in international arbitration and litigation: Putting together a successful funding package”.

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