Let’s meet the partners of EEDRF-2017!
Organizational partner EEDRF – SBH Law Office recognized by international ratings and recently celebrated its 25-year anniversary on the law consulting market. Last year SBH team supported the Forum as the general partner, and this year it brings together in Minsk representatives of the leading law firms in the world as the principal organizer and ideological mastermind.
This initiative is driven by several factors, one of which – SBH Law Office has specialized practice on international commercial arbitration, which is unique in Belarus. Rich and deep expertise of partners Тимур Сысуев (Timour Sysouev) and Alexandre Khrapoutski in the
field of international commercial arbitration is the basis for practice, as well as their current activities aimed at the development of international arbitration. Head of dispute resolurion practice, partner Тимур Сысуев (Timour Sysouev) is the only! Belarusian lawyer who was noted as «Star Individual» in this field.
Partners of SBH Law Office are recommended by arbitrators in different international arbitral institutions, among them Court of Arbitration for Sport (Lausanne), International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (Washington DC), International Arbitration Court of Belarusian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kuala Lumpur Regional Center of
Arbitration and others. SBH experts are actively developing direction of international arbitration in Belarus. Alexandre Khrapoutski, the co-Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Forum, advocate, and partner of SBH Law Office speaking about the basic tasks of the Forum, shared his expectations on the issue of international commercial arbitration. “As I am one of the
developers of alternative rules for obtaining evidence in international commercial arbitration, my main expectation is to get the appropriate return from already invested effort that have been spent on official presentation of alternative rules for obtaining evidence in the legal community. I also hope that in addition discussing the core issues, the participants will think over making the arbitration more interesting”.