Satellite Events

from 12:00 to 18:00

May 16, 2016

VI Annual Conference of the Russian Corporate Counsel Association

Details

Details are available at: www.rcca.com.ru/en

Participation is by invitation only

Venue: Rocco Forte Astoria Hotel (39 Bolshaya Morskaya Street)

from 17:30 to 19:30

17 May 2016

"International Arbitration in Russia: Openneness and Choices"

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The event "International Arbitration in Russia: Openneness and Choices" will feature discussion on the problem of diversity in international arbitration and in particular in Russia. Is the practice of international arbitration in Russia is equally open to representatives of different genders, ages and nationalities? Do Russian parties have equal access to international arbitration? Is there sufficient and quality choice of arbitrators, arbitration institutions and venues to conduct international arbitrations? The participants of the discussion will address these and other questions and share their practical experience and considerations.

24, Nevsky Pr.

Time: 17:3019:30, followed by a networking reception.

The event is free of charge and seats are limited. If you would like to attend please RSVP to Elena Uspenskaya at elena_uspenskaya@epam.ru.

Please note that the seminar will be held in Russian only without translation.

from 15:30 to 17:00

18 May 2016

The Law Society of Hong Kong Tea and Presentation “Hong Kong: A Borderless Trade and Investment Environment for “Going Global”

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With an independent judiciary, a robust common law legal system, entrenched best practices and regulatory processes of an international standard, Hong Kong remains one of the world’s major international legal hubs. Hong Kong is the main financial portal into Mainland China and it has always been among the top IPO destinations in the world. In view of the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative, the Mainland will step up efforts to further open up its markets to Hong Kong. As a highly open economy with extensive and strong external connections, Hong Kong has great potential to create synergy with the Belt and Road countries including Russia.

Presentation aims at introducing to the participants the unique features of Hong Kong’s legal system, the advantages of doing business in Hong Kong and what Hong Kong can offer as an international dispute resolution centre in Asia Pacific.

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from 08:00 to 10:00

May 19, 2016

Business breakfast “Legal Challenges Today: Realize and Rationalize”

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Russian legislators go on improving a legal base and introducing new changes in order to minimize impacts of sanctions, economic unsteadiness and currency rate volatility. The Round Table organized by Kommersant publishing house and supported by Hogan Lovells international law firm will enable experts to discuss current trends and future development of legislation in the Russian Federation. There also will be given answers on how to minimize legal risks of doing business under sanctions and how to adjust businesses to new restrictions.

8:00 – 8:30 Welcome coffee

08:30 – 10:00 Panel discussion

Moderator – Anatoly Kuzichev, General Producer, Kommersant FM

Speakers:

  • Venjamin Jakovlev*, Russian President Advisor, Representative of RF President in the Supreme Qualification Collegium of Judges
  • Gadis Gadzhiev, Judge, Constitutional Court of Russian Federation
  • Alexey Malovatsky, Executive Vice-President, AFK Sistema
  • Dominique Fache, Member of the Board of Directors, Sophia Antipolis Science Park - Member of Board, KEGOC
  • Ruslan Ibragimov, Board Member – Vice President for Corporate and Legal Affairs, MobileTeleSystems PJSC
  • Alexey Dudko, Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution Practice, Hogan Lovells (CIS)
  • Michael Swainston, Barrister, QC, Brick Court Chambers
  • Mikhail Popov, director of legal affairs, RT-Invest Transportation Systems
  • Artem Karapetov, The Doctor of Juridical Science , Director of “M-Logos” Juridical Institute, Expert of the Working Group on establishing of an International Finance Center

Topics for discussion:

  • On the way to an ideal legal order. Relevant Russian legislation issues.
  • Which new legal instruments are available for businesses? Relevant issues of the Civil Code. Businesses estimating a new version of the Civil Code. Which changes are to expect soon?
  • International companies doing business in Russia – advantages and disadvantages. Which legal risks are international companies ready to take?
  • Business in the face of sanctions. How to minimize legal risks in cooperation with international companies?
  • How to adjust a corporate management system to the increased risks and constant economic fluctuations?

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

from 08:30 to 10:00

May 19, 2016

Business breakfast "Key Developments in US and EU Economic Sanctions, Sanctions Related Disputes and Arbitration"

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Participation is by invitation only

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Description

from 08:30 to 10:00

May 19, 2016

Discussion “The Anglo-Saxon Trust Model. Truth and Myths. Benefits and Application Errors”

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Trusts are widely used by legal advisers and business community to solve both tax-related and specific tasks, e.g. legacy transfer. It’s highly possible that trusts or similar structures will soon become a part of Russian legal framework. At the same time, it’s not a secret that trust incorporation and application is often associated with errors, which results in the involvement of their founders and beneficiaries in legal proceedings. Research and information website Pravo.ru, Forward Legal Law Firm together with Outer Temple Chambers barrister association invite you to participate in a business breakfast and discuss advantages and errors arising when using the trusts. Leading international experts, real ‘stars’ in the field of trust law will be the speakers at the event.

The agenda is as follows:

  • Efficient ways of trust application
  • Key errors in trust application
  • Discretionary trust and CFCs
  • High-profile legal proceedings associated with trusts, conclusions and recommendations

Speakers:

  • Toby Graham (UK), Partner and Head of Contentious Trusts and Estates at Farrer & Co., Solicitors to the Queen, Editor of Trust & Trustees Oxford Journal, as well as some other industry-related journals on trust law, author of many publications covering trusts
  • David Russell (Australia), Barrister and Queen’s Counsel, a member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Worldwide Council, Academician of The International Academy of Estate and Trust Law
  • Michael Cadesky (Canada), Managing Partner at Cadesky Tax, Chairman of International Tax Specialist Group (ITSG), Vice-President of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) Worldwide Council, Legal Adviser to Canadian Government on tax- and trust-related issues
  • Andrew Spink (UK), Barrister and Queen’s Counsel, Deputy High Court (England and Wales) Judge for civil proceedings, Vice-Chair of the Commercial Bar Association, member of the Executive Board at the Association of Pension Lawyers
  • Tomas Lee (Hong Kong, China), Managing Partner at Tomas Lee and Partners, Co-Founder and International Steering Committee Member of International Tax Specialists Group, Deputy President of Asia-Oceania Tax Consultants' Association (AOTCA), member of STEP Hong Kong (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners)
  • Aleksey Karpenko (Russia), senior partner at Forward Legal, associated member of Outer Temple Chambers, member of the International Tax Group

Venue: Rocco Forte Astoria Hotel, Zimny Sad (Winter Garden) Conference Hall (39 Bolshaya Morskaya Street)

Time:: 08:30-10:00

Admission to the event is free.

from 08:30 to 10:00

May 19, 2016

Business Breakfast "Global Legal Challenges of Cloud Cross-Border Services – the Search for Balance"

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The global reach of new technology are the potential benefits it offers. The progress may be uneven and we should be sensitive not only to technology’s promise, but to its potential pitfalls and perils. But there is no mistaking the fact that cloud computing is the future. Promises of the cloud and benefits to people across the globe from big data and machine learning to improve people's lives, to unleash potential are at stake. If done well, this new technology, coupled with big data and machine learning, offers the potential to help people and organizations everywhere make progress in addressing some of humanity’s greatest challenges.

New challenges are arising as well. The international situation is worsening as competing laws increasingly are putting tech companies in the position of dealing with laws that conflict with each other. Global companies must obey the laws and respect the rights of consumers and companies in the countries where we do business. Yet we’re increasingly encountering countries seeking to reach across borders with unilateral and extraterritorial search warrants that ignore the local legal rights of citizens. And we’re starting to see other countries respond by passing or considering blocking statutes that will cause companies that seek to comply with one law engage in action that will violate another.

Everybody loses if this devolves to endless cycle of action/reaction in face of new challenges presented by the global internet. We need dialogue and collaboration, not unilateral and adversarial approaches to what is a global challenge.
The current legal trends are clear. Unless governments change course and adopt a new and more international approach, we risk confronting a conflict of law on steroids. This conflict should concern more than lawyers and people in the tech sector. What’s at stake is our ability to protect people’s privacy and keep the public safe.

It is time for the world’s governments to address the practices and laws regulating government surveillance of individuals and access to their information. While the IT-companies understand that governments need to take action to protect their citizens’ safety and security, they strongly believe that current laws and practices need to be reformed. The ability of data to flow or be accessed across borders is essential to a robust 21st century global economy. Governments should permit the transfer of data and should not inhibit access by companies or individuals to lawfully available information that is stored outside of the country.

In order to avoid conflicting laws, there should be a robust, principled, and transparent framework to govern lawful requests for data across jurisdictions, such as improved mutual legal assistance treaty — or “MLAT” — processes. Where the laws of one jurisdiction conflict with the laws of another, it is incumbent upon governments to work together to resolve the conflict.

With this in mind, topics for discussion are the following:

  • How do data protection rules intersect with rules relating to law enforcement access to data in the cloud?
  • What is the status of disputes between technology companies and governments seeking access to customer data for law enforcement purposes?
  • Where is the balance in protection users’ privacy and needs of law enforcement purposes in investigation of crimes?
  • Will efforts of the states to restrict encryption impact interest and trust in cloud services as well as privacy of the users?
  • How do we work in notion of economic incentives for companies to innovate and invest? What about benefits only the cloud can deliver?


Invited speakers:

Steve Crown, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Microsoft
Sergey Golubok, Attorney, Member of the European Criminal Bar Association, London
Mikhail Yakushev, Vice-President, ICANN
Anna Serebryanikova, Chief Legal and GR Officer, Megafon

Participation is by invitation only

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.), Red Hall

с 10:00 до 11:30

May 19, 2016

Discussion “Court System Transformation: Consensus between the Legal Community and Business”

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As part of the roundtable discussion organized by Pravo.Ru, Pepeliaev Group, Citizens’ Initiatives Committee and Institute for the Rule of Law, key experts of legal market, representatives of government authorities, non-governmental organizations and large business entities will share their opinion regarding possible ways of court system improvement and define 12 specific steps for solving the problem based on the results of expert voting. All participants of the discussion will have the opportunity to vote.

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Time: 10:00 – 11:30

Admission is free for all accredited St. Petersburg International Legal Forum participants.

from 11.45 to 12.45

May 19, 2016

Discussion “Bankruptcy Process and Bankruptcy Support: Instruments for Business”

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Topics for discussion:

  • Expert review of changes in the bankruptcy laws: New risks, opportunities, and trends
  • Debtors vs. creditors, or creditors vs. debtors: How do new bankruptcy laws help the situation?
  • Debts and their consequences: Debt restructuring and interaction with banks
  • Action sequence and typical mistakes related to insolvency: Interpreting rules and procedures
  • Fighting fraudulent bankruptcy schemes: How to uncover and contest them

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Time: 11.45 a.m. - 12.45 p.m.

from 13:00 to 14:00

May 19, 2016

Discussion “Currency clause. Developing a consistent approach”

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Drastic devaluation of the Russian ruble vs. other foreign currencies in late autumn 2014 resulted in a “currency clause problem”, which is particularly critical for ongoing contracts without the right of unilateral termination. Rather smoothly operating mechanism of price determination using the currency clause has turned into a trap for some entities and the source of economically unsubstantiated profit for the other ones, having resulted in a significant imbalance of the parties involved in contract relations. As a consequence, the business community has requested to solve the currency clause problem, the adequate solution to which was proposed by neither commercial courts, nor the legal community.

Under the current conditions, the legislators also fail to render immediate support to entrepreneurs and citizens, or seek to offer a new mechanism giving the opportunity of a peer goods and services exchange to the parties to civil transactions.

The currency clause problem is a kind of challenge for the legal community, being also a matter of particular interest, for it is directly connected to a number of questions, related to which we are still facing the need of developing a consistent approach.

During the roundtable discussion, the speakers will review possible ways of solving a currency clause problem in contracts signed before autumn 2014, taking into consideration RF legislative innovations and European practice, and also propose legal approaches, making allowances for the latest economic trends to be used in contract activities.

The agenda includes the issues as follows:

· Currency clause problem: its relevance for long-term contracts without the right of unilateral termination

· Existing mechanism of price determination using the currency clause as reason for a significant imbalance of the parties involved in contract relations

· Acceptability and the limits of court interference in contract relations of the parties

· Conflict of the requirement to take into account legal interests of any counterparty when performing the Contract (Clause 3 Art. 307, Civil Code of the Russian Federation) and the business interest of gaining max profit

· Business risk: definition and limits

· Requirement of ensuring stable turnover in case of unstable economy, constantly changing legislation and law enforcement practice

Speakers:

· Andrey Lisitsyn-Svetlanov, Director, RAS Institute of State and Law

· Alexander Bolomatov, Partner, The Law Firm “YUST”

· Tatiana Starikova, Partner, The Law Firm “YUST”

· Alexander Evdokimov, Partner, The Law Firm “YUST”

· Anton Sirotkin, Legal advisor, The Law Firm “YUST”; Head of Team involved in Special Court Projects

· Artem Karapetov, director, M-Logos Legal Institute

Venue: Главный штаб (Дворцовая площадь, д. 6-8)

Time: 13:00 – 14:00

Admission is free for all accredited St. Petersburg International Legal Forum participants.

from 14:30 to 16:00

May 19, 2016

Business lunch “The Most Discussed Cases in the Field of Private Law for the Year 2015”

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Delcredere would like to invite to take part in the business lunch “The Most Discussed Cases in the Field of Private Law for the Year 2015” during the VI St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.

It is planned to discuss most prominent cases of the Year 2015:

  • "VimpelCom versus Tizpribor" on Amending the Lease Agreement;
  • “Westway Alliance Corp. versus Lenzoloto” on the Recovery of Underpaid Preferred Shares Dividends;
  • “Biotek, CJSC versus Teva” on the Recovery of the Lost Profit due to Failure to Perform Framework Agreement.

Panelists:

  • Dmitry Dozhdev, LL.D., Professor of the Institute of State and Law of the Russian Academy of Sciences;
  • Andrey Yegorov, Cand.Sc. (Law), Research Center of Private Law;
  • Oleg Zaitsev, Cand.Sc. (Law), Deposit Insurance Agency;
  • Maria Yerokhova – Cand.Sc. (Law), Lawyer at Delcredere;
  • Pavel Menshenin – Cand.Sc. (Law), Senior Lawyer at Delcredere.

Venue: Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 (22 Moika River Embankment)

Date and time: May 19, 2016, 2.30 pm – 4 pm.

Please confirm your attendance before May 11, 2016 by e-mail: conference@delcredere.org or by phone: +7 (495) 737 3738 – attn Anna Stafilova.

Seats are limited.

from 15:00 to 18:00

May 19, 2016

Lawyers on Guard of the Interests of the State: Participation of Russia in the Project “Economic Development Belt “Silk Way”

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At a satellite event “Lawyers on Guard of the Interests of the State: Participation of Russia in the Project “Economic Development Belt “Silk Way”, which is conducted in the framework of the VI St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, a discussion will be held on the issues associated with the need to utilize the transit potential of Russia from the point of view of efficient use of geographical setting for transporting cargoes on the destination Asia- Europe and legal framework enhancement, which could serve as an additional incentive increasing the investment attractiveness of Russia in the long term securing its strategic position in the region. A special consideration is planned to be drawn to the necessity of creation of a favorable legal landscape for the purpose of development of the potential of Saint-Petersburg and Leningrad region as big international logistic centers.

It is expected that the meeting will result in: identification of measures that may encourage investments and securing strategic positions in the region; creation of discussion means for further exchange of views between representatives of government authorities, legal and business associations, on the improvement of legal basis that can become one of the instruments of protection of state interests in international logistic projects.

Participation is by invitation only

When: May 19, 2016, 3 pm – 6 pm

Where: Museum complex “The Universe of Water”, 56 Shpalernaya street

Contact: Natalya Shvanvitch (Legal Manager, Mediterranean Shipping Company Rus LLC)

Mobile: +7(921)918-75-90

Phone: +7(812)346-57-17

Email: nshvanvitch@stp.mscrussia.ru

from 15:30 to 16:30

May 19, 2016

Discussion “Stability of Tax Legal Matters as a Prerequisite for the Development of Entrepreneurship in Russia”

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In the current economic environment when Russian business community faces challenges like sanctions and declining demand on the domestic market, a stable and consistent tax policy is one of the key requisites for the development of entrepreneurship and continuation of investment activity in the country. What is the government’s taxation strategy in the current situation and can business community count on long-term development planning?

Topics for discussion:

  • Changes in the tax legislation in 2016: Projection and planning
  • Adapting tax strategy to recession conditions and building a tax risks management system in your company
  • New approaches to interpreting tax legislation amid economic crisis
  • The state’s responsibility for changes in its procedure of calculation and payment of taxes. How do these changes apply to previous tax periods?
  • Possibility of pre-approval of deals by the Federal Tax Service and assessment of their consequences for large taxpayers

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Time: 3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m.

from 19:00 to 21:00

May 19, 2016

Wine Tasting Party

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Courtroom advocacy is one of the most fascinating aspects of the legal profession. Barristers are its brilliant participants. Dispute as an excuse to throw down a gauntlet. A word as a sword. Debates as a duel. Three real cases and a real cross-examination of a witness are brought before invited guests. The public chooses the winner!

High-profile cases debated by English barristers

  • Can words win?
  • Can arguments be more important than the law?
  • Can a mistake in debates lead to a court fiasco?

Participants:

  • Andrew Spinc, QC, UK, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Deputy Judge at High Court of England and Wales in the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions; VP at Commercial Bar Association; Supervisory Board Member of the Association of Pension Lawyers; and Head of the Business Department at Outer Temple Chambers.
  • David Russell, QC, Australia, UAE, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Member of the STEP Worldwide Council; Academician of The International Academy of Estate and Trust Law; Honorary Member of the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong; Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK); Steering Committee Member at the International Tax Specialist Group (ITSG); and author of numerous publications about trusts, taxes, and real estate.
  • Michael Bowes, UK, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Joint Head of Outer Temple Chambers; Deputy Judge at High Court of England and Wales (Queen’s Bench Division); Trustee of Transparency International UK; Member of Just for Kids Law, a project providing support to young people in difficulty; speaker at the conferences and workshops; and co-author of a series of books about corruption, corporate responsibility, and financial sector regulation.
  • Fiona Scolding, UK, barrister; according to Legal 500 UK, a leading British specialist in public and administrative law, as well as civil liberties and human rights; Member of the Procurement Lawyers' Association; Adviser to the UK Justice Minister; Deputy District Judge in civil cases; author of numerous publications and courses on procurement regulation; and co-author of two books about social care and health.
  • Miranda de Savorgnani, UK, barrister; Member of Outer Temple Chambers; and specialist in competition, anti-monopoly, financial services, and commercial law.

Venue: Palkin Restaurant, 47 Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg

Time: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

By invitation only

from 10:30 to 14:30

May 20, 2016

Conference “Modern Notariat” in Commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Notariat in Russia

from 14:30 to 16:00

May 20, 2016

Business Lunch “Current Understanding of the Right to Health: Global Trends and National Solutions”

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During the business lunch, we would like to discuss the conclusions of Round Table 6.4 “Current Understanding of the Right to Health: Global Trends and National Solutions”, which will take place on 19 May 2016 at 15.15–17.00 at the following address: Palace Square, building 6-8, and also to discuss matters of legislative regulation in the area of health care which concern everyone to one degree or another. These are matters of pain relief, medical ethics, end-of-life care, and also matters concerning provision of high quality information to the entire population and the professional community about their rights in this area.


We would like to invite you to join discussions of the following matters:
  • How does the right to health cover special groups of citizens (migrants, disabled persons, women, children, HIV/AIDS-positive people or terminally ill patients)?
  • How can doctors be guaranteed the right to fulfil their direct duties (in particular provision of pain relief to patients with the use of opioids and observance of patients’ rights not to be revived in the case of a progressive, incurable disease) without fear of criminal responsibility?
  • How can the right of patients to a dignified end of life be set out in law, including accessible pain relief, the right to choose palliative care, at home or in hospital, the right to refuse resuscitation?

The participants of the discussion:
  • Andrey Klishas – Chairman, Federation Council Committee of Constitutional Legislation and State-Building, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation;
  • Mahmoud Abbasi – Deputy Minister of Justice, Islamic Republic of Iran;
  • Konstantin Dobrynin – State Secretary, Vice President of the Russian Federal Chamber of Lawyers;
  • Robert Twycross – Emeritus Clinical Reader in Palliative Medicine, University of Oxford - Former Head of the Centre for Palliative Care, World Health Organization;
  • Zorian Radomyslsky – Director of Geriatric and Palliative Services, Maccabi Healthcare Services;
  • Tatiana Drubich – Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees, Hospice Charity Fund “Vera”, doctor, actor;
  • Ekaterina Chistyakova – Director, Podari Zhizn Foundation;
  • Anna Federmesser – Head of State-Funded Moscow City Healthcare Department Institution “Center for Palliative Care” – Founder, Hospice Charity Fund “Vera”


Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.), Red Hall
The number of places is limited. Participation in the event is by invitation only.

from 15:30 to 17:00

May 20, 2016

Discussion “Court and Arbitration Abroad: Efficiency Tactics”

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3.30 p.m. – 5 p.m. May 20, Headquarters

The number of cases in international arbitration and general courts has been growing each year. Clients are increasingly preoccupied with swelling legal costs they have to shoulder because of foreign arbitration and litigation. Settling disputes in foreign jurisdictions may take years, jeopardizing the efficiency of this approach. While the case is mired in court, recoverable assets are hidden, making judgment execution almost impossible. Meanwhile, a positive outcome often depends on the skills of specific lawyers and quality of case administration rather than the strength of the case itself.

  • Reducing legal costs: how to curb costs without sacrificing the quality of legal services?
  • What are litigation funding and cost-shifting and how do they work?
  • Is it true that forming your own legal team is better than hiring a law firm?
  • How effective management and communication may decrease the length of legal proceedings?
  • Which tools will ensure arbitration or court judgment execution abroad?

Speakers:

· Andrew Spinc, QC, UK, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Deputy Judge at High Court of England and Wales in the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions; VP at Commercial Bar Association; Supervisory Board Member of the Association of Pension Lawyers; and Head of the Business Department at Outer Temple Chambers.

· David Russell, QC, Australia, UAE, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Member of the STEP Worldwide Council; Academician of The International Academy of Estate and Trust Law; Honorary Member of the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong; Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK); Steering Committee Member at the International Tax Specialist Group (ITSG); and author of numerous publications about trusts, taxes, and real estate.

· Michael Bowes, UK, barrister and Queen's Counsel; Joint Head of Outer Temple Chambers; Deputy Judge at High Court of England and Wales (Queen’s Bench Division); Trustee of Transparency International UK; Member of Just for Kids Law, a project providing support to young people in difficulty; speaker at the conferences and workshops; and co-author of a series of books about corruption, corporate responsibility, and financial sector regulation.

· Miranda de Savorgnani, UK, barrister; Member of Outer Temple Chambers; and specialist in competition, anti-monopoly, financial services, and commercial law.

· Alexey Karpenko, Russia, Senior Partner at Forward Legal, Member of the International Tax Specialist Group, and Associated Member of The Outer Temple Chambers

Venue: General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)

Time: 3.30 p.m. – 5 p.m.

from 10:00 to 14:00

May 29, 2016

Legal Run

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Lawyers charity marathon Legal Run is the unique fundraising project which supports the charity foundation “Gift of Life”.

Participation requires preliminary registration at http://legal.run/en/place/sankt-peterburg-en/

Venue: Kirov Central Park (4, Elagin island)