Russia and England: Resolving Jurisdictional Disputes

My posts on Russia and the Russian arbitrazh courts were the ones that attracted the most comments, both here and in some LinkedIn groups. As discussed in the context the reciprocity requirement, there are few German cases on Russian judgments, and vice versa. From a jurisdictional perspective, and thanks mainly to litigious oligarchs attracted to the High Court in London, Russia and England are a much more fertile pair. In the Law Society Gazette, Raymond Cox QC and his co-authors review the case law that has evolved in England and Russia on jurisdictional issues in this bi-lateral relationship.

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