A corporate dispute is a dispute arising from creation, management, or participation in a legal entity (art. 225.1 APC RF). The legal entity in dispute can be commercial, non-profit or an entire union of commercial entities. Such disputes are resolved by arbitration courts, but many can be resolved in arbitration tribunals.
The list of disputes considered corporate is not limited by law. The law simply provides criteria for disputes to be considered as corporate.
However, pushing off of court rulings and personal experience, we've defined groups of most common corporate disputes. Our attorneys can offer professional help in the following fields: