Regional Conference L2L Litigation: Status and Predictability of Judicial Proceedings in Eastern Europe and the Baltic States

What is the difference between the judicial systems of Belarus, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine? You can find out all the details and main peculiarities during the regional online conference L2L Litigation.
On 27th of August, experts in the field of dispute resolution from 6 countries will discuss the specifics of the judicial system of their country and propose solutions necessary for business when engaged in cross-border economic activity.
Latest updates on the current situation in Byelorussia 11:00 – 11:15 (GTM+3)
Panel 1 | Current situation and issues of the judicial systems 11:20 – 12:20 (GTM+3)
  • timelines and costs of dispute resolution, availability of simplified dispute resolution options
  • range of tools available to legal counsels in court (interim measures, seeking and securing evidence, etc.)
  • risks of “patriotism” of courts
  • use of modern technologies (videoconferencing, electronic filing of procedural documents, database of court decisions, and other instruments)
  • attitude of courts towards legal representation costs
Panel 2 | Predictability of the judicial proceedings 12:25 – 13:25 (GTM+3)
  • specialized courts and the determination of jurisdiction (which courts exist, the problem of determining jurisdiction; marginal situations)
  • legal certainty and stability of judicial practice (involvement of the supreme instance of court in harmonization of practice; case law)
  • corruption risks
Panel 3 | Recognition of foreign rulings and feasibility of collection of a debt 13:30 – 14:30 (GTM+3)
  • specifics of application of grounds for refusal of recognition and enforcement, public policy
  • whether there is a non-payment crisis
  • how debtors evade repayment of a debt and what the tools to counter it are
  • efficiency of executive proceedings
Ellex Klavins team will be represented by senior counsel Jevgēnijs Salims.
The conference will be held in Russian and participation is free.
Please follow the link to find out more about the program, speakers and registration: