Oleg Permyakov, Head of Restructuring and Insolnency practice at Rustam Kurmaev & Partners, acted as speaker at Bankruptcy-2019: Expertise and Current Trends, a conference arranged by the Kommersant Publishing House. The event took place on February 15, 2019 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Moscow.
Conference participants discussed a range of important issues, such as improvements to be made to existing bankruptcy laws, the tax implications of the bankruptcy for legal entities and individuals, the risks of criminal prosecution for owners and management inherent in bankruptcy, challenging transactions in bankruptcy proceedings and upon their completion, property appraisal as part of bankruptcy process, preventive protection of creditors’ rights before and after bankruptcy proceedings, and others. The first part of the event focused on the most widely publicized bankruptcy cases of 2018.
Mr. Permyakov took part in a panel session during the event. In his presentation, he discussed criminal liability of top managers resulting from bankruptcy. During his speech, Oleg analyzed possible criminal liability for managers and beneficiaries of the business, as well as gaps in applicable criminal laws.
Oleg Permyakov specializes in representing client interests in litigation involving cases of bankruptcy, corporate conflict, real-estate disputes and hostile takeovers. Oleg has tremendous experience representing client interests at the commercial courts and courts of general jurisdiction at all levels and instances, as well as criminal defense experience.
The conference program and list of participants are available on the official website of the event.