Caucasus and Central Asia: A Changing Landscape for Arbitration

20 March 202414:00 - 17:00(CET)
Venue address:
68 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

Join us for a compelling panel discussion that delves into the evolving arbitration landscape across the Caucasus and Central Asia. This event promises to shed light on the latest developments and trends in arbitration within this dynamic region.


This insightful session is followed by a networking event, kindly hosted by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP Paris office, offering a unique opportunity to connect with professionals and experts in the field of arbitration.


Please register before Wednesday 13 March.



Meet the speakers




Eva Chan (Skadden Arps, Young ICCA Co-Chair, New York)





Gulirano Abdullajonova (ICC, Paris) - Exploring Uzbekistan, Gulirano will discuss the country's arbitration developments and future prospects.


Natalia Alenkina (Associate Professor, American University of Central Asia, Ph.D.) - Natalia's discussion will revolve around Kyrgyzstan, offering an in-depth look at the country's arbitration scene.


Shirin Gurdova (Young ICCA, Co-Chair, Paris) - Shirin will discuss Turkmenistan’s stance and progress in the arbitration sector.


David Khachvani (Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Geneva) - David will provide perspectives on Georgia's arbitration framework and its implications.


Ruslan Mirzayev (ICC, Paris) - Focusing on Azerbaijan, Ruslan will share valuable insights into the arbitration environment of the country.


Timothy G. Nelson (Skadden Arps, New York) - Timothy will offer a comparative analysis on Georgia and Central Asia's arbitration landscapes.


Valikhan Shaikhenov (Tukulov Kassilgov Shaikenov Disputes (TKS), Almaty/Berlin) - Speaking on Kazakhstan, Valikhan will highlight the country's arbitration developments and its impact on the regional arbitration landscape.


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