Arbitration in Mongolia has a long history, although its practice as a dispute resolution method adapted to international standards started to develop significantly only after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Arbitration in Mongolia Prior to the Dissolution of the Soviet Union Mongolia’s first arbitration rules were adopted 90 years ago, on 17 January 1930, […]
The Growth of International Arbitration in Asia
Hong Kong and Singapore have long been fierce rivals for the title of Asia’s leading financial centre, and they are now also battling to become Asia’s dominant seat for international commercial arbitrations, the leading form of international dispute resolution. This rivalry is personified by their competing arbitral institutions, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), […]
Can Russian Investors Initiate Arbitration Against Cyprus to Recover their Losses?
Many Russian depositors are facing losses of up to 40 percent in Cyprus, and are currently considering their legal options. Should one of these options be initiating an investment treaty arbitration against Cyprus for expropriation on the basis of the 1997 Russian Federation-Cyprus bilateral investment treaty, which is included here: IAA-Bilateral-Investment-Treaty-Between-Russia-and-Cyprus. Such a claim could most […]