- Reshaping the Ukrainian arbitration landscape
- What is the background to the proposed reforms of Ukraine arbitration law?
- What changes are being made?
- Improving the efficiency of judicial control
- Improve judicial support of international arbitration
- Amend existing rules of arbitrability
- Amend the ICA Law
- What impact will the changes have on international arbitration practitioners and those arbitrating in Ukraine?
Arbitration analysis: At the end of June 2017 the Draft Law No 6232 of 23 March 2017, which amends three procedural codes of Ukraine as well as a number of laws including the Law of Ukraine on International Commercial Arbitration (ICA Law), passed the first reading in the Ukrainian Parliament. Olena Perepelynska, partner and head of CIS arbitration at Integrites and president of the Ukrainian Arbitration Association, explains how, if adopted, this new law will change the arbitration landscape of Ukraine and make it a more arbitration-friendly jurisdiction.
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