Davydenko D. Mediation in Russia: Regulation and Practice // Mediation. Principles and Regulation in Comparative Perspective (ed. Prof. Klaus J. Hopt, Dr. Felix Steffek). Oxford University Press. 2012. P. 1165–1200.
- Russian Regulation of Foreign-Related Matters: Certain Issues of the Legal Status and Activities of Foreign Attorneys. — Moscow: Publishing House “Gorodets”, 2006. 144 pages. 1000 copies. 8,58 a.s. ISBN 5-9584-0156-4.
This treatise represents the first research in the Russian legal literature devoted to certain aspects of the Russian regulation of foreign-related matters with regard to the legal status and activities of foreign attorneys in Russia. The author carries out a profound study of the ways to obtain the status of Russian attorneys available for foreign attorneys, as well as the possibilities open for them to provide legal services in Russia that would go beyond the scope of respective foreign law. The author gives a critical analysis of the resolution of the Federal Chamber of Attorneys Council on the named issues. He further makes a brief historical overview of the attempts in the USSR and in Russia to restrict the rights of foreign attorneys and lawyers.
In the first place the book is intended for those engaged in international civil and trade relations, as well as for both Russian and foreign attorneys. At the same time it could be of interest to legal scholars, judges, academics, postgraduates and students. The treatise can be employed in the law enforcement practice, used for the purposes of developing the statutory regulation. It could moreover serve as an educational guidance for special courses at higher educational institutions.
- Russian Currency Law: Regulation of the Status and Activities of Attorneys. — Moscow: “Statut”, 2006. 536 pages. 1000 copies. 29,42 a.s. ISBN 5-8354-03771-1.
This treatise is the first Russian research that gives a comprehensive legal analysis of the status of foreign and Russian attorneys and their activities in the light of domestic currency regulation and judicial practice. In this work the named issues are studied de lege lata, de lege ferenda, as well as in a historical perspective. Particular attention is devoted to the problems that Russian partnerships of attorneys have been constantly facing due to lack of understanding on the part of the banks of the peculiarities of domestic currency regulation (resulting from the nature of the status and activities of attorneys) in its application to such partnerships.
In the first place the book is intended for attorneys and bank employees. At the same time it could be of interest also to legal scholars, participants of international civil and trade relations, judges, academics, postgraduates and students. The treatise can be employed in the law enforcement practice, used for the purposes of developing the statutory regulation. It could further serve as an educational guidance for special courses at higher educational institutions.
- How to Avoid Litigation: Mediation in Business Conflicts. — Moscow: Publishing House “Sekret Firmy”, 2006. 167 pages. 2000 copies. 9.63 a.s. ISBN 5-98888-025-8.
Mediation is an extremely promising way to settle conflicts widely used across the world. This “high technology” can and must be adopted by Russian businessmen. This publication offers an insight into mediation in conflict settlements, in business negotiations and helps to make any entity conflict-proof, preserve and consolidate its market position and avoid corporate wars.
Reference book of dissertations for legal science: Moscow State Institute of International Relations (1949 — 2007). Science Editor A.I. Muranov; compilers: A.I. Muranov, I.V. Smirnov, A.O. Nikitina. — M.: Publishing House «Gorodets», 2008 — 160 pages.
This Reference book is a kind of chronicle, in which the information on dissertations, submitted for the defense of doctor's and candidate's of legal science degrees in Moscow State Institute of International Relations for the period since 1949 till 2007 inclusive, was gathered for the first time. It covers some little-known aspects of scientific work history of Moscow State Institute of International Relations and contains interesting analytic and statistic information, as well as pointers comfortable for search. The book is intended for students, postgraduate students, teachers of legal disciplines, wide range of readers, interested in legal science and history of domestic researches of international law, private international law and foreign law, and it can also be a useful handbook for research libraries.
- IBA — INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION: Resolutions, Principles, Standards, Statements and Other Instruments / compiled and edited by Alexander Muranov — Moscow: publishing house "Yuridichesky biznes", 2008. - 248 pages. 2000 copies. 15.63 p.s.
Most significant documents of the International Bar Association translated into Russian (with parallel texts in English) are published in Russia for the first time. Some analytic materials are also included in the collection.
The collection's most important goal, apart from academic and educational ones, is to assist the strengthening of Russian lawyers' status and competitiveness, and thus of the Russian society, economy and the state as a whole in the modern globalizing world.
The collection is of interest for most diverse categories of lawyers in Russia, including judges, attorneys and other legal consultants, corporate lawyers, scientists and law professors, and it can also be used by students and graduates of law schools.
- From experience of Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. 1987-2005 / edited by S.N. Lebedev, A.I. Loboda, D.B. Filimonov. - M.: Statut, 2009. - 520 p.
The collection contains the most pertinent decisions of the Maritime Arbitration Commission for the period of 1987 - 2005 on disputes connected with cargo transportation, chartering of vessels, maritime insurance, rescue missions and vessel collision at sea, agency, surveyor and other services at harbors, repair of vessels, vessel management, businesses activities and various legal relations which arise in the field of commercial navigation. The book consists of several sections, whose authors are famous specialists in the field of maritime law (I.I. Barinov, O.V. Kulistikov, A.I. Loboda, M.Yu. Sokolov, D.B. Filimonov). Sections "Towage", "Maritime agency service and maritime intermediation" are compiled by the President of the Institute of Private International and Comparative Law A.I. Muranov.
- Yablochkov T.M. Works on Private International Law / T.M. Yablochkov. - M.: Statut, 2009. - 264 p.
This book by one of the classics of the Russian civil law and private international law is the first in the subseries ‘Private International Law’ being part of a well-known series ‘The classics of the Russian Civil Law’. The work was prepared by the Department of Private International and Civil Law of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations, in cooperation with the Moscow State University, Research Centre of Private Law and ‘Statut’ publishing house. The book is compiled and edited by the President of the Institute of Private International and Comparative Law Alexander Muranov. It is planned to publish seven collections of all major works on international private law having been issued before 1917 under the said subseries. This project is inter alia important for better understanding of the Russian private international law heritage and is aimed at contributing to the development of law and legal profession in Russia.
- Lebedev S.N. Selected works on International Commercial Arbitration, International Trade Law, Private International Law, Private Maritime Law / Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia. Department of Private International and Civil Law; Compiled by A.I. Muranov. — M.: Statut, 2009. — 717 p.: il. ISBN 978-5-8354-0624-1 (translation).
This publication contains selected works of a famous Russian scholar and practician, honourable professor of Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Chairman of the Maritime Arbitration Commission under the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry S.N. Lebedev. It is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of S.N. Lebedev’s birth.
One can hardly imagine International Commercial Arbitration in Russia, Private Law regulation of International Trade, Private International Law and Private Maritime Law without the works by S.N. Lebedev. A large number of these works, however, have been published a long time ago and sometimes with a small circulation, and, therefore, have become bibliographic rarities. Accordingly, this anniversary edition will definitely be of benefit to all persons interested in the aforesaid issues.
This publication is meant for legal scholars and legal practitioners, state court judges and arbitrators, teachers, postgraduates and students of higher education institutions and departments dedicated to law.
The publication is compiled by the President of the Institute of Private International and Comparative Law A.I. Muranov.
- International Commercial Arbitration: Domestic Regulation Experience. 80 years of MAC at the USSR CCI / RF CCI. 1930-2010: Selected Documents and Analytic Materials / Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Maritime Arbitration Commission at the RF CCI, MGIMO (U) of the RF Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of Private International and Civil Law; compiled and edited by A.I. Muranov. – M. Infotropic Media, 2011. – 816 P. – ISBN 978-5-9998-0045-9
This edition, published in Russia for the first time, is the most comprehensive selection of various materials associated with the Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation which accumulated 80 years since its establishment. This book is a kind of chronicle giving an opportunity to trace MAC’s history in its dynamics, with all its pros and cons. The reader will find miscellaneous regulatory acts about MAC, its rules of practice, numerous archive documents, statistical, analytic and scientific materials. This edition is meant for lawyers dealing with the issues of merchant shipping and international commercial arbitration, arbitrators, judges, scholars, teachers, post-graduates and students of law schools and departments.