ICAC Rules - Appendix D - Arbitration Law of Russia: Practice and Procedure
Mr. Khodykin holds a Ph.D in Law and, from 2005 to 2012 he was an associate professor at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), in addition to being in private practice.
Recognised as a rising star by Chambers & Partners, Mr. Khodykin is a frequent speaker at seminars and conferences and has authored numerous publications on international commercial arbitration and conflict of laws.
He has acted as arbitrator in cases under the ICC Rules and the Rules of the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the Russian Olympic Committee. Based in London, Mr. Khodykin advises on a wide range of litigation and arbitration matters, including commercial cases, repossession of aircraft, real estate litigation, corporate disputes and oil and gas industry cases. Mr. Khodykin has represented a broad range of clients in national and cross-border matters, including matters before the LCIA, ICSID and the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He has experience litigating cases before various Russian courts, including the Russian Federation Constitutional Court, the Supreme Arbitrazh Court (the highest judicial authority in Russia for commercial courts) and the Supreme Court.
RULES OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
COURT AT THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF
THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION1
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
§ 1. International Commercial Arbitration Court
1. The International Commercial Arbitration Court (ICAC) is an
independent permanent arbitration institution (third-party
tribunal) operating under the Law of the Russian Federation on
International Commercial Arbitration of July 7, 1993.
2. The ICAC has its seat in Moscow.
§ 2. Jurisdiction
1. The parties to a dispute may agree to refer to the ICAC:
Disputes arising out of contractual or other civil law
relationships connected with foreign trade and other kinds of
international business where the place of business of at least one
of the parties is located abroad, or disputes between enterprises
with foreign interest and international associations and
organizations established in the territory of the Russian
Federation or between members thereof, or disputes between
them and other subjects of law of the Russian Federation.
Civil law relationships resulting in disputes that may be referred
to the ICAC for arbitration shall include, in particular,
relationships concerning purchase and sale (delivery) of goods,
labor and other services; exchange of goods and/or services;
carriage of goods and passengers; commercial representation and