Foley Hoag Attorneys Ivan Urzhumov and Hery Ranjeva to Participate in 2018 Moscow Dispute Resolution Conference
September 27, 2018
Foley Hoag LLP International Litigation & Arbitration attorneys Ivan Urzhumov and Hery Ranjeva will take part in the ABA's 10th Annual Moscow Conference on the Resolution of International Business Disputes, taking place on September 27, 2018 in Moscow, Russia. This year's event focuses on "The Resolution of CIS-Related Business Disputes."
Urzhumov will serve as a panelist for "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Sanctions, Counter-sanctions and Related Measures," providing tips on representing clients in Russia-related deals and disputes in an ever more complex regulatory environment. Ranjeva will moderate the roundtable discussion "Recent Developments in Investor-State Arbitration and Enforcement of Awards Against Sovereigns."
Urzhumov handles commercial and investment arbitration cases under ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL rules. His work also encompasses international litigation, including recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards, taking of evidence abroad and obtaining conservatory measures in support of cross-border proceedings.
Ranjeva focuses his practice on international law, international litigation and arbitration matters, and frequently represents sovereign states, companies and individuals before domestic courts. He also counsels foreign investors operating in Madagascar.
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