Wagner-Arbitration

Enforcing arbitral awards in Mongolia

Arbitration in Mongolia has a long history. The first arbitration rules of Mongolia were adopted in 1930, which was 90 years ago, to resolve disputes between ministries and public companies.  

As for international arbitration, Mongolia hosts a permanent institution: the Mongolian International Arbitration Center (MIAC), which has been operating since 1960.  

However, both domestic and international arbitration is still not perceived as a real alternative to litigation in Mongolia. That said, in recent years the number of domestic arbitration cases are increasing as businesses are getting more familiar with the final and speedy nature of arbitration procedure.  

LEGAL FRAMEWORK

JURISDICTION & PROCEDURE BEFORE COURT

FORMAL AND PRACTICAL REQUIREMENTS

SUBSTANTIAL REQUIREMENTS

EFFECTS, REMEDIES & PROCEDURAL REQUESTS

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Pablo Ortega Krstulovic

Pablo Ortega Krstulovic is a Chilean-qualified lawyer who joins us as a visiting professional from the new class of the IDR LL.M at HU. He grew up in Arica, Chile and completed his legal education at the University of Chile in Santiago. Before moving to Berlin, Pablo gained experience as an associate lawyer at one of […]

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Diego Melendez Hirezi

Diego Melendez Hirezi is a Salvadorean-qualified lawyer. He graduated from the Superior School of Business and Economics of El Salvador. Currently, he is a student in the International Dispute Resolution LL.M program at Berlin Humboldt University. For more than five years, he worked as an associate in the litigation and arbitration department of Arias Law, a […]

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Filippo Furlano

Filippo Furlano is a qualified lawyer in the province of Ontario, Canada, and a current candidate of the International Dispute Resolution LL.M. program at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Leicester, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and History from McGill University. Prior to […]

About Wagner Arbitration

The law firm WAGNER Arbitration has its offices in Berlin and specializes in dispute resolution with a focus on arbitration. In addition, the firm offers comprehensive counseling services related to domestic and international business disputes and transactions.

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