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Grishchenkova Anna

Grishchenkova Anna

KIAP, Attorneys at Law
ag@kiaplaw.ru
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General information

Russian Federation
Moscow
Russian - fluent
English - fluent

Career

KIAP, Attorneys at Law , Moscow
Partner
Russia

Experience as arbitrator

Served as arbitrator in more than 10 cases in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
RAC Rules
Rules of the Arbitration Center at RSPP
LCIA Rules

Examples of cases

Party appointed arbitrator in a case on recovery of penalty, ICAC at the RF CCI, Russian law, Moscow. Party appointed arbitrator in a financial dispute, LCIA, English law, London. Party appointed arbitrator in a sanctions related dispute, ICAC at the RF CCI, Russian law, Moscow. Party appointed arbitrator in a dispute for challenge of transaction, IAC at the Belarus CCI, Belarus law, Minsk.
Yes
No

Experience as counsel

Acted as counsel for 5-10 years in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
RAC Rules
LCIA Rules
ICC Rules
SCC Rules
VIAC Rules
UNCITRAL Rules
IAC (Belarus)

Examples of cases

Representation in construction dispute in ICC. Representation in financial dispute in LCIA. Representation in a dispute arising out of delivery of equipment in VIAC. Representation in a construction dispute in IAC at the Belarus CCI.
quantum (damages) experts
construction experts

General arbitration experience

Moscow
London
Minsk
Moscow
London
Paris
Stockholm
Geneva and/or Zurich
Hamburg
Russian law
Belarussian law
English law
сonstruction arbitrations
commercial arbitration
сonstruction arbitrations
commercial arbitration
CIArb – MCIArb or FCIArb or Chartered Arbitrator
ICAC, RAC, RSPP, VIAC, HKIAC, KCAB, AIAC

Education, qualifications, awards

Pericles, LL.M in American business law, 2011
Tula State University, lawyer, 2004
Qualification as auditor, 2007
Chambers, Legal500
HK 45, Deputy chairman in ICC Russia Arbitration commission, member of the board of the Russian arbitration center

Preferences as an arbitrator

available
IBA guidelines
depends on specifics of the case
depends on specifics of the case
no general preference
depends on specifics of the case
no general preference
Maximum deference to the right to present the party’s case
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Rigorous control of the process by the tribunal
in general arbitrators should not raise such questions, unless without clarifying such questions it is impossible to rule
in general arbitrators should not force the parties to settle, but it is appropriate to remind the parties about such possibility and sometimes even reserve time for settlement discussions