Provided by Vlad Movshovich
Vlad has represented parties in some of the most high profile litigation in South Africa in recent years, at all levels of the court system (including the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal, High Courts, Competition Appeal Court, Competition Tribunal, Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court), in specialised regulatory tribunals (including the IRBA, IISA and SAICA disciplinary committees and the Financial Services Tribunal), before parliamentary committees and commissions of enquiry, and in domestic and international arbitrations (including under the auspices of institutional rules of ICSID, LCIA, AFSA, ICC, PCA, AASA and the Chinese Arbitration Association, as well as UNCITRAL and other ad hoc arbitration rules).
Vlad has presented papers at numerous international arbitration conferences and has published in the field of international arbitration, comparative, constitutional and international law. Vlad is a member of the Consultative Workshop on Cooperation Among African Arbitral Initiatives; is a director of the African Arbitration Association (AfAA), an umbrella international arbitration body based in Kigali, and has lectured extensively on a variety of legal subjects, including training seminars presented to business leaders, judges and practitioners throughout the African continent and beyond, as well as the international arbitration LLM course at the University of Cape Town.
Vlad Movshovich has a broad disputes practice which sees him advocate in domestic and international arbitration proceedings on contractual and asset recovery disputes, among others. He works out of the firm's Johannesburg office.
"He's a fearsome litigator. When he's on the other side you really have to watch yourself." "He is a really good lawyer; smart, incisive and doing good work."