9.2. Non-contractual Liability of the State

Track: 9. Private Law

Description

The Government currently takes part almost in all areas of public relations. At that, the authoritative nature of the government’s activities provides for the opportunity to interfere with rights and freedoms of citizens and entities within the limits established by law, with regard of acknowledged principles and international law regulations. However, such limits are not always evident. In foreign countries, there are different approaches to grounds and procedures for indemnification for damages caused by the government. The issues proposed for the panel discussion are related to recovery of damages incurred in the course of governmental power exercise.

Moderator:

Mikhail Galperin

Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation

Speakers:

Kendall Coffey

Founding member, Coffey Burlington, Chair, Florida Federal Judicial Nominating Commission

Elena Povetkina

Deputy Chief of Staff of Committee on Natural Resources, Property Rights and Land Relations, State Duma of Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation

Vera Rusinova

Associate Professor at the Department of International Public and Private Law of the Faculty of Law, Higher School of Economics

Alexander Yagelnitzkiy

Associate Professor at Civil Law Department, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Maria Yerokhova

Head of Civil and Arbitration Proceedings Department, Moscow School of Social and Economic Science

Ken Oliphant

Professor of Tort Law and LLM Programme Director, University of Bristol


*This schedule may be subject to change