Business programme

Sovereign Jurisdiction: The Challenge of the Current Realities

Congress Centre, conference hall D2
Sovereign Law in a Changing World
In the current environment, it has become essential to look at ways of making national jurisdiction more independent and freer from external factors and pressure. Possible changes to the borders of states’ jurisdictions is a matter of particular significance, as is the impact of national jurisdiction on business and the economy as a whole. What is sovereign jurisdiction, and what features should it have? What challenges to national jurisdiction pose the greatest danger to the economy, and how do they need to be addressed? What legal measures need to be taken to strengthen Russian jurisdiction?


Vladimir Gruzdev
Chairman of the Board, Association of Lawyers of Russia


Elena Borisenko
Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, Gazprombank
Victoria Burkovskaya
Co-Chairman, Center for Public Procedures "Business Against Corruption"; Partner, Head of White Collar Crime Practice, EPAM Law Offices
Mikhail Vinogradov
Head of the General Directorate of International Legal Cooperation, General Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation
Andrey Gabov
Corresponding Member, Russian Academy of Sciences
Alexey Guznov
Secretary of State – Deputy Chairman, The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)
Zhang Mingqi
Vice-President, General Secretary, China Law Society (online)
Irina Pankina
Deputy, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on State Building and Legislation, State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Pristanskov
State Secretary – Vice President for Relations with Authorities and Administration, Norilsk Nickel
Evgeny Rashchevsky
Partner, Head of International Arbitration and Litigation Practice, EPAM Law Offices