Representation in the arbitration court. Legal services (legal assistance) for the preparation of a statement of claim in arbitration.
Our lawyers are faced with various litigation disputes subject to consideration in arbitration courts at different stages of their resolution, including pre-trial and judicial. The advantage of the trial lawyers of BRACE Law Firm is extensive experience in handling cases in arbitration, specialized expertise and a well-coordinated team.
Legal representation in arbitration court
The arbitration court (arbitration) considers cases on economic disputes and other cases related to entrepreneurial and other economic activities. Arbitration courts resolve economic disputes and consider other cases involving organizations that are legal entities, citizens engaged in entrepreneurial activities without forming a legal entity and having the status of an individual entrepreneur, and in the cases provided for, also disputes involving the Russian Federation, constituent entities of the Russian Federation, municipalities, state bodies, local governments, other bodies, officials, entities that do not have the status of a legal entity, and citizens who do not have the status of an individual entrepreneur.
From October 1, 2019, in order to represent interests in an arbitration court, representatives (with the exception of legal representatives) are required to submit to the court a lawyer’s certificate or documents on higher legal education or an academic degree in a legal specialty (bachelor’s, master’s, candidate of legal sciences, doctor of legal sciences).
An arbitration lawyer may be a capable person with duly executed and confirmed powers to conduct the case.
The consideration of cases in arbitration courts has its own specifics, since economic disputes are especially complex, taking into account their various categories and features of consideration, the high cost of a claim, and sometimes cases of dishonest behavior of the parties.
An arbitration lawyer must have a comprehensive knowledge of substantive law, as well as the rules of procedural law governing the conduct of the arbitration process. In addition to the above knowledge, it is necessary to have the experience of a lawyer participating in an arbitration court, as well as analytical skills and the ability to quickly navigate changes in the current legislation.