Asters' Counsels Yaroslav Petrov and Dmytro Shemelin have been approved as recommended arbitrators of the Georgian International Arbitration Centre, a leading dispute resolution institution in the Caucasus – Black Sea – Caspian Region.
The central objective of the GIAC is to establish neutral, efficient and flexible mechanisms for alternative dispute resolution. To ensure this objective each member of the list of recommended arbitrators is revised and approved by the GIAC Arbitration Council decision based on the experience in alternative dispute settlement, professional education, duration of work experience and other relevant circumstances.
"Inclusion of two Asters' counsels in the list of the GIAC's recommended arbitrators highlights the recognition of our Firm as one of the leaders in the international arbitration practice in Eastern Europe. The participation of Asters experts in arbitrator's listings of such institutions as VIAC, GIAC, Kazakhstan International Arbitration, Lithuanian Arbitration Court gives our lawyers a valuable experience for completing the most challenging tasks of our clients," – Oleksiy Didkovskiy, Asters' Managing Partner comments.
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The Georgian International Arbitration Centre is the first non-profit arbitration institution in Georgia, which is created based on the best international arbitration practice. The GIAC Arbitration Rules have been drafted by well-known arbitration experts and practitioners and combine recent developments and well-tried provisions in order to create a modern set of rules reflecting the needs of the parties.
Asters' team has extensive experience in arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. We have handled disputes under the Rules of a wide range of arbitral institutions and assisted our clients in enforcing foreign arbitral awards and judgments in Ukraine. The Firm's dispute resolution practice is highly recommended by such reputable international directories as The Legal 500: EMEA 2017, Chambers Global 2017 and Chambers Europe 2017.