The Civilists' Club with Civilistics magazine support is holding an online seminar "Objections to creditors with court decisions" (November 5, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Moscow time, Russian language).
The event has a purely practical focus and is held specifically for insolvency administrators and practicing bankruptcy lawyers.
The seminar is presenting opinions of recognized experts, including Daniil Savchenko, Executive Director of the Bankruptcy Club, Managing Partner of the Arbitrage.Ru law firm; Konstantin Grichanin, Deputy Director of the Department of Judicial Practice, Rosneft; Rustem Miftakhutdinov, Ph.D., Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State University; Alexey Nikolaev, bankruptcy commissioner, Ph.D., Partner of YurTechConsult; Pavel Shefas, Editor of Civilistics magazine, Avelan Council. Sessions moderator — Andrey Egorov, Ph.D., Editor-in-chief of Civilistics magazine, Head of educational programs at Lextorium, professor and director of the HSE Center for Comparative Law.
Experts are helping with answers the questions: how does the mechanism of objection to the claims of the creditor, a confirmed judicial act, logical procedural law (rules on prejudice, binding judicial acts, and the participation of third parties in the process); to any consequences in judicial practice. what effective ways of fighting creditors with court decisions are there in judicial practice, and may appear in the future?
Pavel Shefas will share the legal intricacies of the enforcement of arbitration awards against an insolvent defendant in the context of the principle of equality of creditors.
Details and registration on the link.