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Dmitriy Taput co-authors Review of Russian Judicial Practice on Arbitration and Cross-Border Litigation for 2021

The Arbitration Association (RAA) Working Group for Monitoring of Russian Judicial Practice published the Review of Russian Judicial Practice on Arbitration and Cross-Border Litigation for the first half of 2021. Dmitriy Taput, Senior Associate at Petrol Chilikov, co-authored one of the Review chapters, dedicated to general matters of international arbitration and arbitral...
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Dmitriy Taput comments on vindication case considered by Russian Supreme Court for Pravo.ru

In March 2020, the Minsk Tractor Works Trading House (MTW TH) sold a tractor to AgroSnabzheniye, which resold it to Istoki LLC. However, the reseller failed to transfer the money for the machine, and, therefore, the tractor remained at the seller’s warehouse. At the same time, Istoki LLC, which had paid for the tractor, raised a claim seeking to obtain it from the Trading House. The first...
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Interview by Olesya Petrol, Daryana Epikhina and Maria Turchannikova on dealing with private clients, supporting major family disputes and countering cross-border fraud published in special release on Pravo.ru

The pandemic has given rise to many challenges, including deaths, divorces, and corporate bankruptcies. Those well-off people who failed to take measures to structure their assets in advance are having particularly hard times against the background of such newly-emerged difficulties. To resolve, or – better still – prevent them, legal support is needed. A Pravo.ru journalist discussed with...
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Dmitriy Taput explains ‘fictitious owner’ concept for Pravo.ru

The financial manager demanded to provide him with data on the property of the bankrupt's children to find out about the assets that the bankrupt bought with his own money and simply registered for his sons. But three instances refused him. And the Supreme Court agreed that debtors can use children as fictitious owners. Dmitry Taput, a Senior Associate with Petrol Chilikov, comments on the...
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Olesya Petrol’s article on subsidiary liability of persons controlling a debtor and their family members published in special annex to Corporate Lawyer

Another special supplement to the Corporate Lawyer magazine is devoted to the problems of liability in bankruptcy: subsidiary, administrative, criminal liability, as well as the liability of arbitration managers and liability of Russian debtors and creditors abroad. The supplement features an article by Partner Olesya Petrol. Subsidiary liability has historically been one of the...
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Kommersant cites Alexander Yagelnitskiy in article on compensation for moral harm in cases involving crimes against property

The Constitutional Court recognised that theft, extortion, fraud and other crimes against property might additionally subject a victim to mental anguish serious enough to serve as grounds for claiming compensation for moral harm. This was caused by a complaint filed by a Russian citizen who fell victim to fraud when arranging his mother’s funeral. The courts refused him compensation for...
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Civil Law Magazine publishes interview on torts with Olesya Petrol and Alexander Yagelnitskiy

‘Civil Law’ Editor-in-Chief Andrey Egorov discussed the specifics of statute of limitation calculation for tort claims, gross negligence, harm inflicted during vaccination, special victim concept, subjective fault, and many other issues with Olesya Petrol, Partner at Petrol Chilikov, a lecturer at HSE University and the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, and Alexander...
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Olesya Petrol tells about development of Moscow VIS Pre-Moot in the report of activities of the Russian Arbitration Centre

For more than 10 years, Russia has been hosting Willem C. Vis pre-moots. The Moscow Vis Pre-Moot founders are Olesya Petrol and Alexander Yagelnitskiy. Olesya Petrol says: The Moscow Pre-Moot represents training rounds to the renowned Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Teams from all around the world (more than 370 already, I think) will compete in the Vienna Vis...
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Pravo.ru publishes Kristina Rochegova’s comments on enforcement immunity of sole dwelling

In 2012, Evgeny Egorov purchased a four-room apartment in St. Petersburg, and in September 2015, he sold it to Irina Skrobova, After two months, he got divorced from his wife, and on the same day of the following year, Skorobova resold the apartment to the former. After six months, Kardinal LLC filed a petition with the court to declare Egorov bankrupt. The financial manager checked...
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Economic Justice Bulletin publishes feature by Gleb Sudarev dedicated to damage causes and conditions

A feature by Gleb Sudarev, Junior Associate at Petrol Chilikov, titled “Reciprocity of Damage Causes and Conditions” published in issue 8/2021 of the journal, reviews a ruling of the Civil Cases Division of the Russian Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. In the ruling in question, the Court considered the liability of the owner of a source of increased hazard for the withdrawal of...
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