2.8. Digital Enforcement Proceedings

Thursday, May 20
11:15 - 12:15

Channel 4
Open Access Live Stream

Track: 2. Legal Profession
Discussion session

At present, digitalisation of procedural activities and simplification of enforcement procedures are the main tasks for the Federal Bailiff Service. The 'Digital Enforcement Proceedings' superservice covers life situations of the debtor and the claimant related to the circulation of an enforcement document, including its execution at banks, in the place of work, at the Federal Bailiff Service of Russia. What benefits will citizens and organisations receive after the implementation of the superservice? How will digital transformation tools allow to exclude misidentification of citizens when applying enforcement measures? What does the Russian Federal Bailiff Service expect from the introduction of automation mechanisms and partial delegation of routine functions to digital intelligent systems?


Vladimir Gureev

Head of the Department of Civil Proceedings and Organization of Court Bailiff Service, The All-Russian State University of Justice


Roman Artyukhin

Head of the Federal Treasury

Dmitry Oguryaev

Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation

Olga Pomigalova

First Deputy Director of the Federal Bailiffs' Service – First Deputy Chief Bailiff of the Russian Federation

Marc Schmitz

President, International Union of Judicial Officers, Belgium

Alexander Varvarin

Vice President for Legal Regulation and Compliance, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs

Evgeniy Zabarchuk

Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation

* The Programme may be subject to change