Putilin Sippel and the American University of Central Asia are delighted to invite you to the first of its kind event in Central Asia - Bishkek Arbitration Days.
During webinars conducted over two days, leading experts from the USA, England, Ukraine, Sweden, Singapore, Russia and Central Asia will discuss how arbitration can tackle the controversies arising out of the COVID-19 pandemic, to what extent the virus affected contractual obligations and business operations and whether the government measures taken to combat the spread of the infection may give rise to Investor-State claims.
To receive a link to a live stream, please register here,
The working languages are English & Russian.
4 June, 11:00-12:00 CET, Session "Dispute Resolution in Times of Pandemic: Can Arbitration be the Answer?"
Prof. Natalia Alenkina
American University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
Alexander Milner Olena Perepelynska Elijah Putilin Hafez Virjee
Barrister, Fountain Court Chambers, UK Partner, INTEGRITES, Ukraine Partner, Putilin Sippel, Russia President, Delos, UK
4 June, 13:00-14:30 CET, Session "Making Your Arbitration Time and Cost-Efficient"
Lawyer, Allen & Overy, France
Yulia Mullina Natalia Petrik Tigran Ter-Martirosyan Galina Zukova
Executive Administrator, RAC, Russia Legal Counsel, SCC, Sweden Director, BRG LLC, Singapore Partner, ZUKOVA Legal, France
5 June, 11:00-12:15 CET, Session "The Impact of COVID-19 on Contracts"
Event Coordinator, YICCA, France
Alexander Akhmetbekov Dmitry Davydenko Ella Omelchenko Tomas Vail
Corporate Counsel, Family Office, Russia Executive Secretary Counsel, Clifford Chance, Russia Founder, Vail Dispute Resolution, UK
Expert Council under the ICC Russia
Commission on Arbitration, Russia
5 June, [TIME TBA], Session "Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Who Knows What Tomorrow Holds?"
Counsel, Law Offices of Charles H. Camp, PC, USA
Kabir Duggal Monica Feria-Tinta Evgeniya Rubinina Prof. Islambek Rustambekov
Attorney, Arnold & Porter, USA Barrister, 20 Essex Street, UK Partner, Enyo Law, UK TSUL, Uzbekistan