Eleven good years for international commercial arbitration in Russia: the legacy of the Supreme Commercial Court.
The aim William R. Spiegelberger sets for himself in the book ‘Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Russia’ is moderate, even humble. It is to provide a foreigner who faces the prospect of enforcing an arbitral award in this country with a general overview of the basic features and common pitfalls within this complex area of Russian law. He does not envision his book becoming a comprehensive ‘self-help’ guide for foreign lawyers; rather it is positioned to familiarize non-Russian clients and counsel with the fundamentals of the process, and to enable them to ask intelligent questions of the local experts who – of course – will be making an application on their behalf. This aim is certainly accomplished – and arguably, in the end the book turned out to be more valuable than such a modest objective would imply.
|Journal Article Type||Book Review|
|Publication Date||Dec 31, 2015|
|Journal||Russian law journal|
|Publisher||New Publisher Required|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Item Discussed||SPIEGELBERGER, W.R. 2014. Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Russia. Huntington, NY: Juris. ISBN 9781937518455|
|Institution Citation||KOTELNIKOV, A. 2015. Eleven good years for international commercial arbitration in Russia: the legacy of the Supreme Commercial Court. Russian law journal [online], 3(3), pages 152-157. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1758...9-8678-2015-3-3-152-157|
KOTELNIKOV 2015 Book review notes - eleven good
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