The Ticking Time Bomb Has Exploded: Russian Anti-sanctions Law and the Avoidance of Arbitration - ARIA - Vol. 34, No. 2

Noah D. Rubins KC
Maxim Pyrkov
Page Count: 
6 pages
April, 2024
Author Detail: 

Noah Rubins KC has over two decades of experience in investment and commercial arbitration, advising and representing clients as counsel in over 120 arbitrations, and serving as arbitrator in almost 50 cases. He is the author of dozens of publications on international arbitration, including four books. Originally admitted in New York and Texas, Mr. Rubins is a barrister and King’s Counsel in England and Wales and admitted to the Paris bar. He speaks English, French and Russian fluently, and has a working knowledge of Spanish and Hebrew.

Maxim Pyrkov has a broad practice advising and representing international clients in complex corporate, banking, construction and general commercial arbitrations in LCIA, ICC, SCC, SIAC, VIAC, ICSID and ICAC across various sectors, as well as investment arbitrations.  He also has extensive experience in domestic and cross-border commercial and regulatory litigation, as well as asset-tracing and sanctions. He speaks Russian and English.