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Comparative Legal Analysis of the Judicial Process on Economic Disputes in the EAEU and EU Countries

Student: Roman Kuznetsov

Supervisor: Olga A. Berzin

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Legal Support and Business Protection (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This study contains a comprehensive analysis of the arbitration procedure in the Russian Federation, the EAEU countries and the EU. The work includes a large number of different theoretical and practical proposals for improving the regulation of the general provisions of the arbitration procedure in the Russian Federation. These proposals contain novelty due to the almost complete absence of other studies in comparison with the legal regulation of the economic process in the Russian Federation and in other countries. In the course of the analysis of the foreign approach, many recommendations were made to correct and supplement the current regulatory regulation of the arbitration process in the Russian Federation. Keywords: arbitration process, EU, EAEU, economic disputes.

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