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2015 Moscow Conference Agenda
REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
The EU-U.S. Sanctions Regimes: Practical Implications for Dispute Resolution Lawyers
Third Party Funding of Litigation and Arbitration Costs
Sanctions and their Impact on the Arbitral Seat and Rules
Cornerstone Changes in Russian Bankruptcy Legislation and Court Practice in the Shadow of Economic Crisis
Do Recent Developments Challenge the Primacy of English Law? If Not English Law, Then What?
The Resolution of Business Disputes Between Russian and Ukrainian Companies
Challenges and Opportunities When Enforcing Investment Treaty Arbitration Awards
Legal practice in the Russia-Eurasia Region: What's Next for the Domestic Regulation of Lawyers, the Advokatura, and Foreign Lawyers and Law Firms?
Joinder and Consolidation in Arbitrations Involving CIS Parties
The Development of Domestic Arbitration in Russia: Balancing Public and Private Interests
The “Deoffshorization” of Russia-Related Disputes
Arbitration in Crisis Periods: Desperate Times and Desperate Measures?
CLOSING PLENARYThe Russian Court System: Hot Topics and Trends
CLOSING KEYNOTE SPEECH
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