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Damages, bad-faith conduct of negotiations, penalties and interest in new clarifications from the Supreme Court of Russia
  • Beiten Burkhardt
  • Russia
  • July 7 2016

In connection with the extensive amendments to the Civil Code of the Russian Federation (the "Civil Code"), the Supreme Court of the Russian

Brand protection in Russia
  • Baker Botts LLP
  • Russia
  • October 31 2011

This article explains how Russian law defines the existing rights for means of individualization, such as trademarks, trade names and commercial designations, and analyzes how such rights correspond to each other.

Supreme Arbitration Court clarifies the inadmissibility of re-examining evidence
  • CMS
  • Russia
  • August 31 2011

The Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation (the "SAC") has indicated to the lower courts that it is not admissible to re-examine evidence that has already been examined during arbitration proceedings.

Amendments to the Arbitrazh Procedure Code and the Civil Procedure Code
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Russia, United Kingdom
  • March 11 2011

In December 2010 important amendments were adopted to the Arbitrazh Procedure Code (the "APC") and to the Civil Procedure Code (the "CPC") providing for significant changes to Russian procedural law.

Recovery of legal costs in Russian commercial court proceedings
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Russia
  • March 11 2010

Whilst the ability to recover legal costs incurred in court proceedings in Russia may not be uppermost in the mind of a prospective litigant, the current financial climate renders this issue an important factor to consider when determining whether to proceed with litigation.

Charles Kaplan
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP