“Looking back, it is a pleasure to realize that the Russian Arbitration Day has made, perhaps, one of the most sustainable contribution in the development of the Russian international arbitration studies for the past several years. Due to the process of thorough selection of new and highly-qualified papers, each digest and each Conference has granted the Russian arbitration society researches of understudied (at least in Russia) fields of the modern arbitration. Undoubtedly, a lot of interesting works on the arbitration are published on an ongoing basis in Russia and not fewer amount of arbitration Conferences are held, but the uniqueness of RAD is that at one point of time a vast number of highly-concentrated and top-class scientific works are released in the scientific circulation. RAD contest has already become global, but we always have a place for those who are ready to step out of the common studies and to spend time and energy to research challenges of the modern international arbitration,” writes Roman Khodykin, PhD in Law, Partner of the London London office of the Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP.
Conference Russian arbitration day 2019
Russian Arbitration Day (RAD) – one of the most successful arbitration conferences in Russia. In 2018 RAD has resumed its activity with the support of Russian Arbitration Center at the Russian Institute of Modern Arbitration and educational project LF Academy.
Despite the pause in the RAD’s holding, in 2018 it has attracted more than 1000 participants including the audience watching its online translation. Among the Conference speakers were both rising stars of the Russian arbitration and world-class specialists. Significant efforts at the selection and preparation of the speeches made by the moderators and speakers allowed to provide the highest level of the Conference.
The fifth Russian Arbitration Day will be held on March 25, 2019. This year to the permanent list of RAD Moderators that consists of: Anton Asoskov, Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and Roman Khodykin, Partner of the London office of the Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner and Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Member of the Presidium the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation – Alexei Zhiltsov.
Conference languages: Russian, English.
Roman KHODYKIN – Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, Solicitor of Senior Courts of England and Wales; Arbitrator of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation
- Arbitral Reform and Legal History: the Blank Piece of Paper?
- Judgment of the European Court of Justice in Slowakische Republik V.Achmea BV Case and the Future of Investment Arbitration in Europe.
- Cherry-Picking or Cherry-Biting? The Res Judicata Doctrine and the Limits of Permissible Parallel and Consecutive Proceedings in Investment Arbitration.
- Law as a Promise: Legitimate Expectations and Domestic Legislation.
V.V. VEEDER QC – Arbitrator Essex Court Chambers, ICCA Governing Board Member.
Ramūnas AUDZEVIČIUS – Co-Head of the Dispute Resolution practice group, Motieka & Audzevičius
Denis PARCHAJEV – Senior Associate, Motieka & Audzevičius
Sergey ALEKHIN – Associate, Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Dmitry BAYANDIN – Associate, Derains & Gharavi
Nikita KONDRASHOV – Associate, Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Sebastian WUSCHKA – Associate, Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Alexei ZHILTSOV – Head of the Chair of Private International Law, Professor, the Russian Postgraduate School for Private Law; Head of Department of Comparative and Private International Law at the Private Law Research Center named after S.S. Alexeev, Member of the Presidium and of the Nomination Committee for International Commercial Disputes of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation
- Oaths and Perjury in International Arbitration.
- Fighting Goliath: Reconsidering the Effect of Extraterritorial Unilateral Sanctions on the Conduct of International Arbitration.
- Legal Grounds for Application of the Conclusive Effect in International Commercial Arbitration.
- Unresolved Issues of International Tax Arbitration Reform.
Audley SHEPPARD QC – Partner and Co-Head of the International Arbitration Group, Clifford Chance LLP
Arnaud BOURGEOIS – Associate, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners; Member of Paris Bar Association
Olga KUPRENKOVA – Associate, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners
Alexander KOSTIN – Attorney at law, Khrenov & Partners Law Firm
Dmitry PENTSOV – Partner, FRORIEP Legal SA
Anton ASOSKOV – Professor of the Department of Civil Law at the Law Faculty of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Professor in the Department of International Private Law of the Alexeev Research Centre of Private Law; Member of the Presidium and Head of the Corporate Disputes Nominating Committee of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation
- Common Law vs Civil Law in International Arbitration: The Beginning or the End?
- Assistance of State Courts in the Appointment of Arbitrators.
- Arbitrability of Matrimonial Disputes.
- Document Production as a Separate Stage of International Arbitration.
- Combination of Arbitration and Mediation During the Resolution of Commercial Disputes (Based on the Example of arb-med-arb).
Klaus Peter BERGER – Professor of domestic and international business and banking law, comparative and private international law at the University of Cologne, Director of the Institute for Banking Law and the Center for Transnational Law at the Cologne law faculty
Dmitry ANDREEV – Advocate, Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners
Olesya PETROL – Associate Professor, Russian School of Private Law, Founding partner of Petrol Chilikov
Dmitry KAYSIN – Counsel, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners
Sergey MOROZOV – Associate in the Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group, Beiten Burkhardt
* The Programme may be subject to change
RAD 2019 MODERATORS
To become a RAD speaker, candidates should submit their draft papers to moderators responsible for selection.
Organizers and moderators reserve the right to invite prominent and competent experts in Russian and foreign arbitration to give presentation at RAD disregarding procedure described above.
Priority will be given in the selection process to authors proposing papers on new or topical themes, research into which is not found in the Russian literature or is insufficient.
2. Thorough theoretical workup of theme:
Authors are expected to analyse the current literature (both Russian and foreign) as well as judicial and arbitral practice in depth.
3. Practical value
The implications of the paper for practice will be taken into account
4. Other criteria
Consideration will be given to the author’s academic qualifications/positions and experience in international arbitration practice. Together with a draft paper, candidates may submit a draft of an article, which will be taken into consideration.
“Every year Russian Arbitration Day attracts more and more talented speakers. It’s a unique platform for specialists in the sphere of international arbitration who may present the results of their studies as an article in the final digest or as a speech at the Conference. Unlike other Conferences we choose speakers not for the readiness to pay sponsorship fees, but for the quality of their works,” comments Anton Asoskov, Doctor of Juridical Science, professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, member of the Presidium of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
“Being relatively young, Russian Arbitration Day at this point has managed to make a big name for itself among scholars and practitioners interested in the sphere of international arbitration proceedings. RAD’s great popularity is shown not only by growing number of the event’s participants and the amount of incoming papers, but also by the published digest, concluding the Russian Arbitration Day, that has been marked with a high rating in the professional field. Here is incomplete list of objective reasons why Russian Arbitration Day is becoming more popular in the professional sphere: objective and detailed shortlisting of the incoming studies for the selection, combination of the theoretical and practical significance criteria, a wider coverage of topics related to the international arbitration proceedings including the absence of subject limits for studies matching with specific legal systems and, also, appliance of the unified criteria for shortlisting: beginners as well as well-experienced specialists have a chance to take part in the Conference,” says Alexei Zhiltsov, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, member of the Presidium of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
NEW HORIZONS OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION
An important part of RAD is publication of New Horizons of International Arbitration, a digest containing academic articles by RAD speakers, in which they further elaborate on the topics of their presentations.
STAGES IN PREPARATION OF DIGEST
November 30, 2018 — submission of draft articles by selected candidates to be published in the digest;
December 31, 2018 — submission of comments by moderators on the drafts;
January 18, 2019 — submission of revised articles.
Presentation of the digest will take place during RAD 2019.
Moderators can suggest an author to revise a draft article (if it does not comply with the high standards of RAD) and cancel its presentation in case of the author’s refusal.
At moderators’ discretion the digest may include articles by authors not presenting at RAD.
New horizons of international arbitration, concluding the previous RAD Conferences are available following the links:
The first Russian Arbitration Day (RAD) took place in 2013 at the initiative of Roman Khodykin, Anton Asoskov and Aleksandr Muranov, with the support from the International Commercial Arbitration Court and Maritime Arbitration Commission of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. RAD’s conceptual foundation enabled it to establish itself as a promising venue to exchange fresh ideas and discover new names in the Russian arbitration. RAD 2013–2015 website
RUSSIAN ARBITRATION DAY 2013–2015:
- Over 1,000 participants
- Over 500 online viewers
- Diverse geographic representation of participants and speakers: countries of the CIS, Northern, Central Eastern and Western Europe, USA, Canada, China, India, Singapore and Australia
- Four volumes of digest ‘New Horizons of International Arbitration’ summarizing the results.
RAD has a number of advantages over other arbitration conferences:
- Thorough competitive selection of speakers by moderators according to objective criteria to determine the most innovative and profound topics. Mandatory preliminary submission of papers and articles by the speakers on the topic of their presentation;
- Presentation time of 20 to 25 minutes per speaker for an elaborated report. We want the Conference to be as informative as possible for everyone, therefore, in order to provide more time for the speakers’ presentations, their number is limited;
- Encouraging new faces to participate, discovering new names in Russian arbitration;
- Publication of a digest of articles by RAD speakers prior to the Conference, in which the topics of presentations are further elaborated. At moderators’ discretion the digest may include articles by authors not presenting at RAD
In 2018 after its short pause Russian Arbitration Day has resumed its work keeping its format, traditions and the main advantages of the previous years.
RAD 2018 has attracted over 200 Russian and foreign participants and the total number of online audience has been numbered to more than 800, confirming the topicality of its foster development and transformation it into a world-wide event.
RAD 2019 ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS PRIZE
In the framework of the RAD 2019 the Prize for the best research in the sphere of arbitration proceedings is established.
The goal of the Prize is to encourage the in-depth research of the challenging arbitration issues and, also, the support of the Russian authors publishing their studies on this topic.The researches must meet the following requirements:
- The subject of the research must be arbitration proceeding;
- Any format of work is allowed for participation, except commentaries and textbooks;
- The author of the research must be a citizen of the Russian Federation;
- The research’s first publication (paper-based or Internet publications) must be not earlier then January 1, 2017;
- The research must be in Russian or English languages.
The Laureate of the Prize will be selected by the Moderators of RAD 2019. The nomination procedure of the study is available for everyone. In order to nominate your work, please, send its text, information about its publication and author to the Moderators’ emails and, also, to the general email of the prize:
- Anton Asoskov: email@example.com;
- Alexei Zhiltsov: firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Roman Khodykin: email@example.com;
- RAD 2019 Prize: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moderators can also nominate the works individually.
The Prize’s Fund amounts to 200 000 Russian rubles.
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