What are the benefits of the Regional Justice Reform Councils for the Government? How do Councils affect the modernization of law school education? How do Councils promote the alternative dispute resolution mechanisms? Oksana Tsymbrivska, coordinator of the Regional Justice Reform Councils, national expert of the EU Project Pravo-Justice and Carsten Manke, International Expert of the EU Project Pravo-Justice, comment.
What was our aim creating the Regional Councils for Justice Reform? What is the future of the Regional Justice Reform Councils? Dovydas Vitkauskas, Team Leader of the EU Project Pravo-Justice, comments.
The Joint Enforcement Bill (№3726-3729), currently pending at Rada, is a systemic tool for solution of chronic non-enforcement of court decisions in Ukraine. It capitalises on the already proven higher effectiveness of private enforcement officers (PEOs), in order to create a more equal competition environment between PEOs and the state enforcement service, while enabling the enforcement system to automate bank account blocking and write-off and other processes. "The evidence allows us to expect 10 times higher enforcement rates simply by giving PEOs equality of treatment and removing arbitrary controls by the State", said the coordinator of the Odesa Regional Justice Reform Council, member of the Ethics Committee of the PEO Association, Valeriy Prutyliak.
Why is the post office the biggest problem of justice in Donbas? How to restore mail communication with the temporarily occupied territories? Olena Fonova, Donbas Regional Council Reform Council coordinator, Judge of the Commercial Court of Luhansk region, comments.
▪ Can all court hearings be held online? ▪ Which programs do courts use to hold video hearings? ▪ What is the technical readiness of courts for online hearings? Andriy Ryshchenko, a judge of the Dnipropetrovsk District Administrative Court, answers these and other important questions about the digitalization of justice.