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Applying of Information Technologies as an Alternative to Large-Scale Changes of Civil Procedural Legislation Aimed at Increasing the Efficiency of Civil Procedure and Optimizing the Judicial Caseload

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 51 to 59

Authors: E.S. Smagina, Southern Federal University

Automatization of Administration of Justice: Towards Three Incorrect Ideas on Artificial Intellect

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 181 to 199

Authors: Pablo Bravo-Hurtado, Maastricht University

Audio and Video Record Keeping: Advantages and Disadvantages

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 39 to 50

Authors: E.A. Borisova, Lomonosov Moscow State University

E-Justice: Reality or a New-Fashioned Term?

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 22 to 38

Authors: А.Т. Bonner, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

«The Quick and Fair Trial»: A Century and a Half in Search of Aurea Mediocritas

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 346 to 370

Authors: A.A. Smola, «Bartolius», Y.V. Tay, «Bartolius»

New York State Courts Electronic Filing (NYSCEF)

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 167 to 180

Authors: Vincent L. Teahan, Partner of the Teahan & Constantino LLP

E-Justice: Realities of Application in the PJSC «Tatneft», Needs and Prospects of Development

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 110 to 114

Authors: D.E. Medvedev, PJSC «Tatneft»

Notary Service and Blockchain: Opportunities and Perspectives

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 16 to 21

Authors: V.V. Yarkov, Ural State Law University

Protection of Rights of the Parties of the Agreement Provided by Smart-Contract: Arbitrability

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 102 to 109

Authors: K.V. Egorov, Kazan Federal University, M.V. Fetyukhin, Kazan Federal University

Collective Legal Conclusion on the Draft Law of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation on Amendments to the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation, to the Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation and to the Code of Administrative Proceedings of the Russian Federation and Individual Conclusions of Scholars and Practicians

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 256 to 345

Authors: D.A. Tumanov, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), E.G. Streltsova, S.V. Moiseev, S.A. Alekhina, L.N. Bardin, S.S. Kazikhanova, E.A. Nakhova, I.A. Nevsky, M.M. Nenashev, L.A. Prokudina, E.S. Smagina, A.R. Sultanov, O.P. Chistyakova, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), Lomonosov Moscow State University, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), National Research University Higher School of Economics, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), All-Russian State University of Justice, Southern Federal University, Volgograd State University, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Southern Federal University, PJSC «Nizhnekamskneftekhim», Senior Lecturer

Identification of the Person (Subject of Arbitration Procedure) in E-Justice

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 248 to 255

Authors: I.N. Smolensky, Arbitration Court of the Volga Region

Some Aspects of the Use of Information Technologies in Enforcement Proceedings

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 87 to 101

Authors: K.L. Branovitsky, Ural State Law University

The Use of Modern IT-Technologies as a Mean to Achieve the Basic Tasks of Legal Proceedings

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 211 to 219

Authors: R.F. Zakirov, Kazan Branch of the Russian State University of Justice

Development of Information Technologies in Enforcement Proceedings as a Factor of Improving the Efficiency of the Federal Bailiff Service’s Activities

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 80 to 86

Authors: V.A. Gureev, RLA of the Ministry of Justice of Russia, B.V. Yatselenko, RLA of the Ministry of Justice of Russia

Trends of Integration of Information Technologies to Civil Procedure

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 229 to 247

Authors: A.Kh. Khisamov, Supreme Court of the Republic of Tatarstan

Procedural Basis of E-Justice

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 220 to 228

Authors: А.Е. Kirillov, Arbitration Court of the Republic of Tatarstan

Influence of Information Technologies on the Systematization of the Civil Procedural Legislation

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 60 to 79

Authors: I.N. Senaykin, Saratov State Law Academy, V.N. Barsukova, Saratov State Law Academy

The Impact of Electronic Justice to the Issues of Jurisdiction of Civil and Administrative Cases

Journal Article published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8 on pages 200 to 211

Authors: E.V. Lyubimova, Perm State University

Journal Issue published 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 1 issue 8

JUDGMENT IN DISPUTES CONCERNING THE DETERMINATION OF ORDER OF COMMUNICATION WITH A CHILD: HOW TO EXPOUND THE SUBSTANTIVE PART IN THE INTERESTS OF A CHILD (PROCEDURAL AND VALUE-BASED ASPECTS)

Journal Article published 22 Nov 2018 in Herald of Civil Procedure volume 8 issue 5 on pages 285 to 294

Authors: P.A. YAKUSHEV