Venue: Big Hall, Government of Sakhalin Region
THE SOCIETY IN THE NEW REALITIES OF THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT.
14 September 2021, TUESDAY
Check-in. Welcoming coffee-break.
Welcoming addresses from the Governor, Forum Organizers, Prime and Top-Profile Partners.
Helen Avakyan, Woman of the Year at the European Women of Legal Tech Awards (2021)
Counsel, “Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and Partners” Law Offices
Member, the Russian Federal Chamber of Lawyers Council (Moscow)
Sergey Kovalev, PhD in Law
Managing Partner, “Kovalev Tugushi & Partners”, Moscow Law Office
— Global digital platform as a way to deal with the geographical strengthening of the Russian Federation;
— Current mutual expectations of businesses and the State: opportunities and special aspects of cooperation;
— Pilot Zone on the International Climate Law Regulations and the impact of Regulations on the development of businesses in the Far East;
— National Regulatory Considerations for Digital Transformation: Russian and East-Asian experience (China, South Korea).
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AS A WAY TO CREATING THE NEW BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN THE FAR EAST.
Boris Boltyanksy, Chief Editor,”Pravo.ru” (Moscow)
Yuly Ta, Advocate, Managing Partner, “Bartolius” Law Office (Moscow)
— E-justice, technological novelties as a possibility to enhance the accessibility to courts, export of justice with re-distribution of load between the regions;
— New technologies of legal education, new ways of communicating and their influence on the development of legal community;
— The problems of proof in civil and Arbitrazh proceedings: concealing evidence, mistakes of experts, etc, and ways of dealing with them;;
— Enhancing the role of Arbitrazh as a factor to move some business disputes from State Courts: what constrains their development?
— Practice of the reimbursement for settlements and litigation costs as an untapped resource to decrease the load on the court system and improve the quality of the course of justice.
IMPROVING THE ACCESSIBILITY AND QUALITY OF THE COURSE OF JUSTICE.
— State supportive measures of infrastructural projects in the Far East: special regimes as a way of public-private cooperation;
— How to develop logistics networks in the Far East with the motivating effect of federal and regional legislation;
— Setting quotas as a form of public-private partnerships. Withdrawal of quotas, changing of the conditions of usage, dual usage of inshore areas for bioresources and mariculture development;
— Anti-monopoly risks while concluding Investment Agreements.
REGULATORY SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE IN THE FAR EAST.