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VIII International Conference
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: ISSUES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

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VIII International Conference
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: ISSUES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

Russia
Programme of the conference
June, 23 (GMT+3)
08:50 – 09:00
08:50 – 09:00
Preparing to start
09:00 – 09:15
09:00 – 09:15
Welcoming speech
Еvgeny Gubin, head of the Business law Department of the Law Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow state University, scientific director of the Procurement law center of MSU, Professor, Honored lawyer of the Russian Federation, doctor of law.

Victor Vaypan, vice-rector of Lomonosov Moscow state University, Associate Professor of the Business law Department, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow branch of the Association of lawyers of Russia, Honorary lawyer of Moscow, doctor of law
09:15 – 10:30
09:15 – 10:30
Australia, East Asia (Australia, Japan, South Korea, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, etc.).
9.15 – 9.30 – Rie Yasuda, Assistant Professor of the School of Law of the Nagoya University, doctor of law (Japan)
«Public Procurement of Subsidy Payment Service for Covid-19 in Japan: Legal Regulation of Outsourcing-Chain»

9.30 – 9.45 – Jewoo Lee, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Real Estate and Consruction Engineering of the Kangnam University, Ph.D. in Law (South Korea)
«Legal remedies for breach of the public procurement contracts: Korea's response to COVID-19»

9.45 – 10.00 – Jingzhao Fan, lawyer, member of the Chinese law society, member of the Russian-Chinese law society (China)
«Changes of electronic public procurement in response to coronavirus and internationalization of public procurement in China»

10.00 – 10.15 – Le Vu Nam, Vice-rector of the University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, doctor of law (Vietnam)

Le Nguyen Gia Thien, lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, doctor of law (Vietnam)
«Is the Covid 19 pandemic considered a force majeure event in the execution of public procurement?»

10.15 – 10.30 – Arie Afriansyah, lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia
10:30 – 11:45
10:30 – 11:45
South Asia, Africa (India, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, South Africa, etc.).
10.30 – 10.45 – Manas Kumar Chaudhuri, advocate "Khaitan and Co" (India)

10.45 – 11.00 – Inessa Kuanova, retired judge of the North Kazakhstan regional court, Ph.D. in Law (Kazakhstan)
«Public procurement in Kazakhstan in a state of emergency»

11.00 – 11.15 – Isa Khamedov, Director of the Center for international legal research and comparative public law, doctor of law, Professor (Uzbekistan)

11.15 – 11.30 – Prosper Maguchu, visiting fellow of Vrije Universiteit (the Netherlands) (Zimbabwe)

11.30 – 11.45 – Geo Quinot, Professor, Department of Public Law, Stellenbosch University & Director, African procurement Law Unit, doctor of law (South African Republic)
11:45 – 12:00
11:45 – 12:00
Coffee break
12:00 – 14:15
12:00 – 14:15
Russia
12.00 – 12.15 – Anna Katamadze, deputy head of the Federal Treasury
«About digital support of public procurement in Russia»

12.15 – 12.30 – Artem Lobov, head of the state order placement control Department of the Federal Antimonopoly service

12.45 – 13.00 – Patricia Sanakoeva, the head of Department of organization of procurement of "NPO Energomash»
«Organization of continuous analysis and monitoring of the end-to-end procurement process»

13.00 – 13.15 – Olga Belyaeva, chief researcher, head of the department of private-law disciplines of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, doctor of law, Professor RAS
«Preferential purchases vs. assignment of performance obligations (tertium non datur)»

13.15 – 13.30 – Kirill Kuznetsov, head of the Center for effective procurement "Tendery.ru»
«Practice of using tools to protect the customer from an unfair supplier: problems of the contract system»

13.30 – 13.45 – Mikhail Konstantinov,CEO of the Electronic trading platform "GPB", Ph.D. in technical sciences

13.45 – 14.00 – Tatyana Pesegova, senior economist of the expert consulting center of the Institute of public procurement
«Regulated procurement with the introduction of high alert and emergency»

14.00 – 14.15 – Dmitry Kazantsev, head of the legal expertise Department of B2B-Center, Ph.D. in Law
«Reform of Russian public procurement in the context of European legislation»
14:15 – 15:00
14:15 – 15:00
Coffee break
15:00 – 16:15
15:00 – 16:15
Middle East and Eastern Europe (Belarus, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Hungary, Macedonia, DPR, LPR, etc.).
15.00 – 15.15 – Grigory Lysakovsky, Associate Professor, Department of management, Economics and information technologies, Minsk Institute of qualification improvement and retraining of managers and specialists of the industry, Ph.D. in Law (Belarus)
«Covid-19 as a force majeure event in the execution of contracts in public procurement»

15.15 – 15.30 – Rashad Mamedov, Associate Professor of the Civil law Department of the Police Academy of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, police Colonel, Ph.D. in Law (Azerbaijan)
«The essence of the main reforms in the legislation of the Republic of Azerbaijan on public procurement»

15.30 – 15.45 – Ilya Manasiev, research fellow, Faculty of law of Skopje University (Macedonia)

15.45 – 16.00 – Lyubov Kushch, head of Department of economic and legal research of "Institute of Economic Research", Ph.D. in Law (Donetsk, DPR)

Natalia Cherkasskaya, scientific Secretary of "Institute of Economic Research", Ph.D. in Law (Donetsk, DPR)

16.00 – 16.15 – Elena Kutsurubova-Shevchenko, Associate Professor, head of the Department of economic and legal disciplines and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl, Ph.D. in Law (LPR)

Irina Kutovaya, Associate Professor of the Department of commercial law and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl, associate Professor, Ph.D. in Law (LPR)

Tatiana Karalkina, senior lecturer of the Department of commercial law and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl (LPR)
16:15 – 16:30
16:15 – 16:30
Coffee Break
16:30 – 18:15
16:30 – 18:15
Western Europe, America (Great Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal, Brazil, etc.).
16.30 – 16.45 – Christopher Bovis, Professor of International Business Law at the University of Hull (Great Britain)
«Public Procurement and the Pandemic»

16.45 – 17.00 – Marc Steiner, Swiss Federal Administrative Court Judge (Switzerland)
«Switzerland, its reform of the legal framework on public procurement and the effects of Covid-19»

17.00 – 17.15 – Miguel Assis Raimundo, Professor of Public Procurement Law of School of law of the University of Lisbon (Portugal)

17.15 – 17.30 – Akari Yamamoto, Expert of Competition and Consumer Protection Branch at the United Nations Conference on trade and development (UNCTAD)

17.30 – 17.45Pinar Olcer, Associate Professor of economic criminal law, University of Leiden, doctor of law (the Netherlands)

17.45 – 18.00 Wim A Timmermans, Associate Professor of law (retired) of University of Leiden, lawyer, partner at the law firm "Timmermans and Simons", doctor of law (the Netherlands)
«Public Procurement and the COVID-19 Pandemic in The Netherlands and the EU»

18.00 – 18.15 – Fausto Martin De Sanctis, Federal Appellate Judge in Sao Paulo (Brazil)
«THE BRAZILIAN RESPONSE TO COVID-19: Institutional Challenges, Tenders and Fraud»
18:00 – 19:00
18:00 – 19:00
Free discussion.
Among the invited participants of the conference
Russia
  • Tatyana Demidova, director of the Department of budget policy in the sphere of contract system of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation;
  • Mikhail Evraev, deputy head of the Federal Antimonopoly service;
  • Anna Katamadze, deputy head of the Federal Treasury;
  • Mikhail Konstantinov, CEO of the Electronic trading platform "GPB", Ph.D. in technical sciences;
  • Artem Lobov, head of the state order placement control Department of the Federal Antimonopoly service;
  • Lyubov Andreeva, professor of the Department of business law at the Kutafin Moscow state law University, doctor of law;
  • Elena Armasova, deputy head of the Federal budget Committee for the Tver region;
  • Valery Belov, associate professor of the Department of civil law of the Kutafin Moscow state law University, Ph.D. in Law;
  • Olga Belyaeva, chief researcher, head of the department of private-law disciplines of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, doctor of law, professor RAS;
  • Victor Vaypan, vice-rector of Lomonosov Moscow state University, associate Professor of the Department of business law, Deputy Chairman of the Moscow branch of the Association of lawyers of Russia, candidate of law, Honorary lawyer of Moscow;
  • Valery Grinev, head of the legal Department of the Federal state unitary enterprise "Research center for Informatics under the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation", Ph.D. in military sciences;
  • Еvgeny Gubin, head of the Business law Department of the Law Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow state University, scientific director of the Procurement law center of MSU, professor, Honored lawyer of the Russian Federation, doctor of law;
  • Dmitry Kazantsev, head of the legal expertise Department of B2B-Center, Ph.D. in Law;
  • Vitaly Kikavets, associate professor of the Department of financial law of the Russian state University of justice, Ph. D. in Law;
  • Alexander Kirpichev, deputy head of the Department of civil law of the Russian state University of justice, associate professor, doctor of law;
  • Kuzma Kichik, associate professor of the Department of business law of the Faculty of Law of Lomonosov Moscow state University, executive director of the Association of graduates of the Faculty of law of Moscow state University, executive director of Procurement law center of MSU, Ph.D. in Law;
  • Vadim Klementiev , CEO of "GK Trading Technologies";
  • Kirill Kuznetsov, head of the Center for effective procurement "Tendery.ru»;
  • Olga Mironyuk, vice-rector – head of the Department for monitoring resource provision and organization of procurement of Lomonosov Moscow state University;
  • Stanislav Nikonov, head of the international direction of the Electronic trading platform "GPB";
  • Vladimir Safonov, advisor of the Department of systematization of legislation and analysis of judicial practice of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation;
  • Yevgeny Svininykh, private practice lawyer, doctor of law, associate professor;
  • Olga Sergacheva, head of the Department of Civil law of the Volgograd branch of the Ranepa, Ph.D. in Law;
  • Anna Sirotkina, advisor to the Department of systematization of legislation and analysis of judicial practice of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, head of the Department of commercial law and process of the Research center of private law named after S. S. Alekseev under the President of the Russian Federation, Ph.D. in Law;
  • Philip Tasalov, head of the Department for normative work of the electronic platform "RTS-Tender", Ph.D. in Law;
  • Mikhail Sheloumov, Director of "Incontech", Ph.D. in Law
      еForeign countries
      • Christopher Bovis, Professor of International Business Law at the University of Hull (Great Britain);
      • Marc Steiner, Swiss Federal Administrative Court Judge;
      • Fausto Martin De Sanctis, Federal Appellate Judge in Sao Paulo (Brazil);
      • Rita Dias Nolasco, representative of the National Treasury of Brazil;
      • Franz Jürgen Säcker, Director of the Institute for German and European Economic, Competition and Energy Law at the Berlin Free University, Professor;
      • Pinar Olcer, associate Professor of economic criminal law, University of Leiden (the Netherlands), doctor of law;
      • Wim A Timmermans, Associate Professor of law (retired) of University of Leiden (the Netherlands), lawyer, partner at the law firm "Timmermans and Simons", doctor of law;
      • Prosper Maguchu, visiting fellow of Vrije Universiteit (the Netherlands);
      • Kristina Karsai, vice-rector of the University of Szeged, professor, doctor of law (Hungary);
      • Fernando Loureiro Bastos, associate professor, vice-Chairman of the Institute of Legal Cooperation (Portugal);
      • Teresa Moreira, UN, head of the Competition and Consumer Policies Branch of the Division on International Trade and Commodities of (Portugal);
      • Wang Zhihua, China University of Political Science and Law, professor, doctor of law;
      • Seongwook Heo, Vice Dean of Seoul National University School of Law, Ph.D. in Law, Professor of Law (Republic of Korea);
      • Bongcheol Kim, Research Fellow, Judicial Policy Research Institute (Republic of Korea);
      • Mi-Jung Lee, research officer of Korea Institute of Procurement (KIP);
      • Yoo Giin, lawyer on public procurement (Republic of Korea);
      • Adem Sozuer, Director of the Criminal Law and Criminology Research Center at the Law Faculty of Istanbul University, professor, doctor of law (Turkey);
      • Cemil Kaya, professor of Law Faculty of Istanbul University, doctor of law (Turkey);
      • Ichihashi Katsuya, Professor of the School of Law of the Nagoya University, doctor of law (Japan);
      • Sato Fumito, Professor of the School of Law of the Nagoya University, doctor of law (Japan);
      • Rie Yasuda, Assistant Professor of the School of Law of the Nagoya University, doctor of law (Japan);
      • Hirao Kodji, lawyer in Sapporo (Japan);
      • Le Vu Nam, associate professor, Dean of Faculty of Law, University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City, doctor of law;
      • Manas Kumar Chaudhuri, advocate "Khaitan and Co" (India);
      • Ajinkya S. Dagaonkar, advocate, LLM, Ph.D. in Law (India);
      • Geo Quinot, Professor, Department of Public Law, Stellenbosch University & Director, African procurement Law Unit, doctor of law (South African Republic);
      • Andrew Mitchell, professor of the University of Melbourne, doctor of law (Australia);
      • Arie Afriansyah, lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia;
      • Grigory Lysakovsky, associate Professor, Department of management, Economics and information technologies, Minsk Institute of qualification improvement and retraining of managers and specialists of the industry, Ph.D. in Law (Belarus);
      • Ilya Manasiev, research fellow, Faculty of law of Skopje University (Macedonia);
      • Anara Niyazova, head of the Department of civil law and procedure of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, professor, doctor of law (Kyrgyz Republic);
      • Sherik Ryskulov, the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic, head of legal review Department;
      • Bayaly Dosaliev, head of Department of coordination and regulation of the Department of public procurement at the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic;
      • Saule Amandykova, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the Gumilyov Eurasian national University, professor, doctor of law (Kazakhstan);
      • Inessa Kuanova, retired judge of the North Kazakhstan regional court, Ph. D. in Law;
      • Rashad Mamedov, associate professor of the Civil law Department of the Police Academy of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, police Lieutenant Colonel, doctor of law;
      • Igor Tsai, Deputy Director of the Center for international legal research and comparative public law (Uzbekistan);
      • Lyubov Kushch, head of Department of economic and legal research of "Institute of Economic Research", Ph.D. in Law (Donetsk, DPR);
      • Natalia Cherkasskaya, scientific Secretary of "Institute of Economic Research", Ph.D. in Law (Donetsk, DPR);
      • Elena Kutsurubova-Shevchenko, associate Professor, head of the Department of economic and legal disciplines and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl (LPR), Ph.D. in Law;
      • Irina Kutovaya, associate Professor of the Department of commercial law and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl (LPR), associate Professor, Ph.D. in Law;
      • Tatiana Karalkina, senior lecturer of the Department of commercial law and process of Luhansk National University Named After Vladimir Dahl (LPR).
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