Prospects for Commercial Mediation in the CIS (using the examples of Russia and Ukraine)
Article from: TDM 3 (2004), in Mediation & ADR
It has taken some time, but Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries have finally developed an understanding of, and legal infrastructure for, utilization of conventional dispute resolution methods such as litigation in domestic courts and ADR (e.g., international commercial arbitration). They have undertaken the necessary international commitments, passed essential national legislation and, over time, acquired sufficient practice in these areas to support these internationally-accepted methods of dispute resolution. However, the costs of litigation and arbitration remain high, ...