13 May 2021
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia and Former USSR States | Natalia Andreeva, Wolters Kluwer book

Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia and Former USSR States is the first full-scale commentary in English that aims at analysing the application of the New York Convention in Russia.

The Convention introduced a straightforward model for the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, which has had a unifying global effect, and created homogeneous national legal regimes in the field of commercial law. The 15 sovereign states that emerged from the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) in 1991, all having adopted the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, today are drawing increasing attention from international law firms and global arbitral institutions. This book is compiled under the editorship of the Secretary General of the Russian Arbitration Association with attention to various relevant national laws and procedures.

Natalia Andreeva, Associate of the Litigation Practice at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners authored several chapters of the Wolters Kluwer book: 

Part I.    Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia

The Commentary to the New York Convention

1.2    Article I
Mikhail Samoylov & Natalia Andreeva

1.3    Article II
Mikhail Samoylov, Natalia Andreeva, Sergey Petrachkov & Asyat Kurbanova

1.5    Article IV
Mikhail Samoylov & Natalia Andreeva

Commentary to Russian Procedural Law

1.27    Article 241 APC RF: Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments and Foreign Arbitral Awards
Mikhail Samoylov & Natalia Andreeva

1.28    Article 242 APC RF: Application for the Recognition and Enforcement of a Foreign Judgment and a Foreign Arbitral Award
Mikhail Samoylov & Natalia Andreeva

Edited by Roman Zykov
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