International law for in-house lawyers: talks about the most important. Chapter 2. Litigation and enforcement abroad
The UBA International Law Committee invite you to join the series of webinars aimed at helping in-house lawyers at multinational and local companies to understand how international law can help to protect the rights and interests of their companies.
We continue the series of webinars - «How to protect Ukrainian and foreign investors from the consequences of Russian aggression in Ukraine?».
Chapter 2. Litigation and enforcement abroad
Opening and moderation
Olga Kuchmiienko, Head of the UBA International Law Committee.
Vladyslav Bandrovsky, Deputy Head of the UBA International Law Committee, International arbitration associate at Sayenko Kharenko, Kyiv with «Litigating claims against Russia and enforcing them abroad: is it a worthy mechanism?».
1. Court claims against Russia in Ukraine and abroad: problems and procedural peculiarities.
Yuliya Atamanova, Partner at LCF Law Group, Member of the UBA International Law Committee.
2. Enforcement of Ukrainian court decisions abroad: discussion about procedural peculiarities in Ukraine and their influence on chances of enforcement abroad.
Dmytro Donenko, Partner of ENGARDE.
Russian assets. Are there any assets available for recovery?
Déjà-vu en russe: ICJ case on Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v. Italy: Greece intervening) and its enforcement in Italy
Isabella Cannata, Associate at Lalive.
ICJ case on Jurisdictional Immunities of the State (Germany v. Italy: Greece intervening). Overview of the Decision. State immunity vs Human Rights violations: what takes precedence.
Monique Sasson, Independent Arbitrator, Arbitra.
Italian Constitutional Court view on the ICJ Decision: Can the Decision of Italian Constitutional Court in the ICJ case on Jurisdictional Immunities of the State be used in favour of executing against Russian property in Italy in war related cases? Procedural requirements for enforcement of foreign court decisions in Italy.
Date: December 06.
Time: 06 pm (Kyiv time).
The event is online (ZOOM).
Participation in the event is FREE of charge, subject to prior registration.
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