Генеральный партнер 2020 года

Издательство ЮРИДИЧЕСКАЯ ПРАКТИКА

II International Criminal Law Forum

SPEAKERS

AGENDA

09:00–09:30

Registration. Morning coffee

 1. DISCUSSION

ANTI-CORRUPTION REFORM IN ACTION: EXPECTATIONS & RESULTS

Moderator: Olga PROSYANYUK, Managing Partner, AVER LEX

09:30–11:00

  • Representative of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on Anti-Corruption Policy
  • Judge of the High Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine
  • Representative of the Third Chamber of the CCC within the Supreme Court
  • Representative of NABU / SAPO / BDA
  • Representative of Transparency International Ukraine
  • Konstantin RYBACHKOVSKY, Partner, Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners
  • Denys NIENOV, Attorney at Law, Ilyashev & Partners
  • Representative of business

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • Experience of the Supreme Anticorruption Court for six months, have the public expectations been met?
  • Pre-trial investigation of corruption and corruption-related crimes: performance markers
  • NABU and SAPO: modern challenges
  • Work Pre-trial Bureau of Investigation: consequences of legislative “restart”
  • Corruptors of corruption: how does this institute work?
  • Anti-corruption reform in Ukraine: what legislative changes can expect?
  • Corruption risks of doing business
  • «Corruption Perceptions Index-2019»: are there any reasons for optimism?

11:00–11:15

COFFEE BREAK

2. ROUND TABLE

MODERN CHALLENGES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Moderator: Taras POSHYVANYUK, Partner, EQUITY

11:15–12:30

  • Stanislav KRAVCHENKO, President of the Criminal Court of Cassation in the Supreme Court (specified)
  • Representatives of the Legal Reform Commission
  • Representatives of the Parliamentary Committee on Law Enforcement
  • Representative of the Attorney General’s Office
  • Representative of the Council of Prosecutors of Ukraine
  • Konstantin RYBACHKOVSKY, Partner, Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners
  • Sergiy SMIRNOV, Partner, Sayenko Kharenko

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • How effective the changes were, that were introduced by law № 187-IX
  • Criminal justice reform: key developments of the expert environment
  • Development of criminal law: in what direction to move Ukraine?
  • Priorities of the updated prosecutor’s office
  • Legislative rate to decrease of “force” business impact: achievements and miscalculations
  • Keeping the Institute of Criminal Offenses: a step forward, two backwards
  • Transitional justice as a precondition for peace  respect for human rights in the Occupied Territories

12:30–12:45

COFFEE BREAK

3. DIALOGUE

CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS WITH A FOREIGN ELEMENT

Moderator: Vitaliy SERDYUK, Senior Partner, AVER LEX

12:45–14:00

Jaime CAMPANER, Managing Partner, Campaner Law (Spain),  Advisory Board Member of the European Criminal Bar Association

Confession agreement and accusers: A European experience in law enforcement cooperation

13:00–13:15

Dmitri TEPLÕHH, Senior Associate TGS BALTIC (Estonia)

Legal aspects of prisoner exchange

13:15–13:30

International Expert

International jurisdictional and judicial bodies as tools to protect the rights and interests of clients / Impact of criminal proceedings on related litigation and arbitration / Politically motivated prosecutions: the nuances of evidence

13:30–13:45

Vitaliy SERDYUK, Senior Partner, AVER LEX

«Sanction» proceedings

13:45–14:00

Denys BUGAY, Partner, VB PARTNERS

Extradition: The view of a Ukrainian lawyer

14:00–14:15

Sergiy GREBENYUK, Partner Asters

Features of protection in cross-border WCC practices

14:00–15:00

LUNCH

15:00–15:20

OPEN INTERVIEW

Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine

The Jury Institute: international experience & how it (not) works in Ukraine?

4. HARDtalk

CRIMINAL LIABILITY AND TACTICS OF PROTECTION AGAINST CRIMINAL PROSECUTION

Moderator: Eugene RIYAKO, Managing Partner, RIYAKO & PARTNERS

15:20–16:40

  • Judge of the Supreme Court
  • The investigating judge
  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Olexandr LYSAK, Partner, EQUITY
  • Denys SHKAROVSKY, Сounsel, VB PARTNERS
  • Representative of business

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • Features of the white collar crime qualification or what crimes are most often incriminated against business
  • Illicit enrichment: criminal liability & civil confiscation
  • Criminal proceedings: landmark decisions of the Supreme Court and new trends in judicial practice
  • Use of materials of covert investigation (search) actions in the interests of the defense
  • Judicial control during covert investigation (search) actions: how does it work?
  • Cancellation of property seizure: the practice of appealing the decision of the investigating judge
  • Protecting business interests as an injured party

16:40–17:00

COFFEE BREAK

5. MOVIE BATTL

Moderator: Artem AFIAN, Managing Partner, Juscutum

17:00–18:15

Side of prosecution:

  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Law Firm Partner

Side of protection:

  • Law Firm Partner
  • Law Firm Partner
  • Law Firm Partner

18:15-19:30

A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE

ПРОГРАММА

09:00–09:30

Registration. Morning coffee

 1. DISCUSSION

ANTI-CORRUPTION REFORM IN ACTION: EXPECTATIONS & RESULTS

Moderator: Olga PROSYANYUK, Managing Partner, AVER LEX

09:30–11:00

  • Representative of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on Anti-Corruption Policy
  • Judge of the High Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine
  • Representative of the Third Chamber of the CCC within the Supreme Court
  • Representative of NABU / SAPO / BDA
  • Representative of Transparency International Ukraine
  • Konstantin RYBACHKOVSKY, Partner, Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners
  • Denys NIENOV, Attorney at Law, Ilyashev & Partners
  • Representative of business

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • Experience of the Supreme Anticorruption Court for six months, have the public expectations been met?
  • Pre-trial investigation of corruption and corruption-related crimes: performance markers
  • NABU and SAPO: modern challenges
  • Work Pre-trial Bureau of Investigation: consequences of legislative “restart”
  • Corruptors of corruption: how does this institute work?
  • Anti-corruption reform in Ukraine: what legislative changes can expect?
  • Corruption risks of doing business
  • «Corruption Perceptions Index-2019»: are there any reasons for optimism?

11:00–11:15

COFFEE BREAK

2. ROUND TABLE

MODERN CHALLENGES FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Moderator: Taras POSHYVANYUK, Partner, EQUITY

11:15–12:30

  • Stanislav KRAVCHENKO, President of the Criminal Court of Cassation in the Supreme Court (specified)
  • Representatives of the Legal Reform Commission
  • Representatives of the Parliamentary Committee on Law Enforcement
  • Representative of the Attorney General’s Office
  • Representative of the Council of Prosecutors of Ukraine
  • Konstantin RYBACHKOVSKY, Partner, Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners
  • Sergiy SMIRNOV, Partner, Sayenko Kharenko

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • How effective the changes were, that were introduced by law № 187-IX
  • Criminal justice reform: key developments of the expert environment
  • Development of criminal law: in what direction to move Ukraine?
  • Priorities of the updated prosecutor’s office
  • Legislative rate to decrease of “force” business impact: achievements and miscalculations
  • Keeping the Institute of Criminal Offenses: a step forward, two backwards
  • Transitional justice as a precondition for peace  respect for human rights in the Occupied Territories

12:30–12:45

COFFEE BREAK

3. DIALOGUE

CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS WITH A FOREIGN ELEMENT

Moderator: Vitaliy SERDYUK, Senior Partner, AVER LEX

12:45–14:00

Jaime CAMPANER, Managing Partner, Campaner Law (Spain),  Advisory Board Member of the European Criminal Bar Association

Confession agreement and accusers: A European experience in law enforcement cooperation

13:00–13:15

Dmitri TEPLÕHH, Senior Associate TGS BALTIC (Estonia)

Legal aspects of prisoner exchange

13:15–13:30

International Expert

International jurisdictional and judicial bodies as tools to protect the rights and interests of clients / Impact of criminal proceedings on related litigation and arbitration / Politically motivated prosecutions: the nuances of evidence

13:30–13:45

Vitaliy SERDYUK, Senior Partner, AVER LEX

«Sanction» proceedings

13:45–14:00

Denys BUGAY, Partner, VB PARTNERS

Extradition: The view of a Ukrainian lawyer

14:00–14:15

Sergiy GREBENYUK, Partner Asters

Features of protection in cross-border WCC practices

14:00–15:00

LUNCH

15:00–15:20

OPEN INTERVIEW

Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine

The Jury Institute: international experience & how it (not) works in Ukraine?

4. HARDtalk

CRIMINAL LIABILITY AND TACTICS OF PROTECTION AGAINST CRIMINAL PROSECUTION

Moderator: Eugene RIYAKO, Managing Partner, RIYAKO & PARTNERS

15:20–16:40

  • Judge of the Supreme Court
  • The investigating judge
  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Olexandr LYSAK, Partner, EQUITY
  • Denys SHKAROVSKY, Сounsel, VB PARTNERS
  • Representative of business

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:

  • Features of the white collar crime qualification or what crimes are most often incriminated against business
  • Illicit enrichment: criminal liability & civil confiscation
  • Criminal proceedings: landmark decisions of the Supreme Court and new trends in judicial practice
  • Use of materials of covert investigation (search) actions in the interests of the defense
  • Judicial control during covert investigation (search) actions: how does it work?
  • Cancellation of property seizure: the practice of appealing the decision of the investigating judge
  • Protecting business interests as an injured party

16:40–17:00

COFFEE BREAK

5. MOVIE BATTL

Moderator: Artem AFIAN, Managing Partner, Juscutum

17:00–18:15

Side of prosecution:

  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Representative of the prosecutor’s office
  • Law Firm Partner

Side of protection:

  • Law Firm Partner
  • Law Firm Partner
  • Law Firm Partner

18:15-19:30

A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE

Venue

Venue:
Premier Palace Hotel, 5-7/29 T. Shevchenka Blvd, Pushkinska St, Kyiv, 01004
20.03.2020 09:00 - 18:00

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