Join Ciarb's Italian Chapter in this virtual event, discussing the impact that economic sanctions will have on arbitration. In particular, this diverse panel will explore the European sanctions enforced against Russian companies and individuals- especially in light of the anti-suit injunction issued by the Commercial Court of Moscow in a case brought by Russian Railways. They will look at the possible knock-on effect this could have on arbitration and dispute resolution in general.
The panellists will explore:
The nature of European and International sanctions and their side effects on arbitration proceedings.
Russian counter-sanctions and the effects they may have on arbitration.
The complicated relationship between international sanctions and the right to a fair trial.
This event is free, pre-registration is required. Please note this event is in English only and times listed are in CET (GMT+2).
Jacopo Monaci Naldini is Chairman of the European Branch of Ciarb. He is a member of AIA, CEA, DRBF, ArbIt; a lecturer at FIDRA; and listed as DRB expert at the Camera Arbitrale di Milano. He has a LL.M. from University College of London.
Giovanni Profazio is a lecturer at Master “Diritto e Impresa” of “Sole 24 Ore Business School” in Rome. He assists clients in the field of international commercial contracts and international arbitration. He is a member of The Grain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA), of the “Associazione Italiana dell’Arbitrato (AIA)” and of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Being admitted to practice in England and Wales, Germany and Russia, Natalia is famous for victories in complex cross-border technology, data and commercial disputes. Natalia acts as counsel, arbitrator (sole arbitrator and co-arbitrator) and mediator. She is admitted as a patent, design and trademark attorney. Natalia has a PhD in trade secrets protection. Natalia has a strong regulatory expertise in life sciences, data protection and cybersecurity.
Roberto Oliva is a partner at Pavia e Ansaldo in Milan.He assistsclients in litigation and arbitration matters. Areas of practice: commercial law, corporate law and insolvency law. He is a member of The International Bar Association (IBA), of the “Associazione Italiana dell’Arbitrato (AIA)” and of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Richard’s work has a strong international dimension. He is instructed directly by law firms in England and around the world in arbitrations and in the English High Court. Richard is frequently invited around the world to train disputes lawyers on advocacy and the examination of witnesses.