Thursday 28 June 2012
Dr Yarik Kryvoi, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University's Ealing Law School gave a talk at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London.
The topic was 'Thirty Years of Counterclaims in Investor-State Disputes: A Study of ICSID, UNCITRAL and Iran-US Claims Tribunal Jurisprudence' was presented on 12 June 2012.
His article on counterclaims in investor-state disputes will be published in the Minnesota Journal of International Law later this year.
Dr Kryvoi, a New York and Russian-qualified lawyer, has been practising international dispute resolution for several years with major law firms in Washington and London. He holds degrees from Harvard, Moscow, Nottingham and St Petersburg.
He serves on editorial boards of several international periodicals and publishes on international economic law and dispute resolution, often acting as a consultant on issues of law and policy in the former Soviet Union countries.
Dr Kryvoi also spoke at an international conference 'Arbitration in CIS Countries: Current Issues' organised at Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium on 21 June 2012. He spoke on bribery and Russia-related arbitration.