Report Discretion of Administrative Bodies and Judicial Control

12 February 2021

EU Pravo-Justice Project national and international experts examined the discretion of administrative authorities and judicial control over its exercise in terms of legal doctrine, European standards, national legislation, and judicial practice.

Bankruptcy proceedings in Ukraine: a comparative analysis

11 January 2021

Bankruptcy procedures in Ukraine: a comparative analysis is a legal study of the state of development of the bankruptcy system in Ukraine with a full review of current bankruptcy legislation after the last reform and the adoption in 2018 of the Bankruptcy Code.

Analysis of application of disciplinary responsibility measures of bankruptcy trustees

10 December 2020

In the field of insolvency and bankruptcy, the disciplinary liability of bankruptcy trustees for the results of their professional activities occupies a special place. The reason for this is the performance of bankruptcy trustees of public law functions relating to the management and sale of assets of bankrupt enterprises to repay accounts payable.

Development of UJITS: challenges and perspectives

4 December 2020

This aim of this report is to address issues of the development of the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS), which is provided by the laws and procedural codes as an instrument of e-services in court proceedings.

Management of court IT systems: international experience

10 November 2020

Widespread introduction of information technologies in the functioning of courts and justice sector institutions as well as automation of their activities is a key aspect of Justice Sector Reform Strategy for 2015-2020 approved by Presidential Decree No. 276 of May 20, 2015. In this regard, at the end of 2017, amendments to the procedural legislation of Ukraine came into force, among which introduction of the idea of "electronic court" which is regulated by the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (hereinafter – UJITS) was the most innovative.