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No Russian Arbitrage Award will be in enforced in Georgia
JMK lead the process based on which the Supreme Court of Georgia rejected an Arbitrage Award of Russian Federation against the Georgian company, and denied a motion for its enforcement. Therefore, the Georgian company had been released from any obligation to pay 2,841,247 Russian Rubles (USD100,000) to a Russian side.
JMK wins another court case
Tbilisi City Court upheld JMK's lawsuit to award USD5.3mio as a compensation to our client.
Another Case Won
JMK's another success story - Batumi City Court completed hearings on our client's case that lasted for 10 months. GEL1mio - this is an award our client is granted by the court in satisfaction of our claim on all merits.

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Mamuka Mamaladze
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Civil, Administrative and
Criminal Law Expert

Mamuka Mamaladze graduated from Tbilisi State University Law Faculty in 1989 and has passed licensing exams for judges in civil, administrative and criminal law. He was granted a rank of Senior Advisor of Justice in 2004. He has a great experience in working for court authorities, civil service and business entities. He worked as a judge in Kutaisi court in 1991-1997; a chairman of the district court in 1999-2004; member of Council  of Justice in 1997-1999 and in 2004-2005; senior partner of the Law Firm ,,Mamaladze and Partners” in 2005-2006; a head of the national forensic service in 2006-2009.

Special Courses:

  1. Special course in Human Rights, Institute of Constitutional and Legal Politics,  European Central University, Budapest, 1997.
  2. Court Management, USA, 1998.
  3. Special courses in Human Rights, European Court of Human Rights,Strasbourg, 1999,2000,2001,2004.
  4. Special course in Generalization of Case Law, Netherlands - 2000 and Germany – 2003.
  5. Court System of Israel -  College of Galilee, Israel, 2001.