“Bankruptcy on military rails” is the topic of an online round table, where Natalia Tishchenko and other professionals in the field of bankruptcy will answer the following questions:
- How does the Ministry of Justice help debtors and creditors in a state of war, when communication is severely disrupted, and how can the Ministry help in bankruptcy proceedings?
- What novelties or new bills are being prepared by the ministry on bankruptcy issues?
- Is it possible to keep a business under martial law through bankruptcy?
- How does the arbitration manager work now?
- How are creditors’ meetings (committees) held?
- Before the war, you had an active position in bringing leaders, owners and beneficiaries to justice. Will the war forgive everything?
- Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of 03.03.2022 № 187 “On ensuring the protection of national interests in future claims of the state of Ukraine in connection with the military aggression of the Russian Federation” provides for a moratorium on the property of the aggressor. How does this affect the bankruptcy procedure?
- Is it possible to confiscate property from a bankrupt for military purposes?
Natalia Tyshchenko is a practicing arbitration manager and lawyer, one of the most experienced lawyers in Ukraine in the field of bankruptcy.
Valeria Kolomiets – Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine for European Integration.
Vladislav Filatov – Director of the Bankruptcy Department of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.
Anastasia Shevchenko – Head of the Legal Information Analysis Department LEAGUE: LAW, Candidate of Political Science, practicing lawyer with 20 years of experience.