European Union sanctions against Russia and their impact on the bankruptcy of enterprises from the European Union
On April 26, a seminar entitled “European Union sanctions against Russia and their impact on the bankruptcy of enterprises from the European Union” will be held.
The sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia for invading Ukraine had a real impact on companies whose shares were held by persons holding Russian passports. The aforementioned impact was manifested in the inability to continue the current operations, which consequently led to insolvency and, ultimately, to the declaration of bankruptcy. This was the case with GO Sport Polska.
The program of the event looks promising. Both theoretical and practical issues will be discussed.
- the legal framework of the sanctions introduced,
- case of GO Sport Poland,
- bankruptcy cases in the European Union caused by anti-Russian sanctions,
- enforcement of sanctions and bankruptcy laws of the European Union Member States: problems, challenges and recommendations.
The event is addressed to a wide audience, namely: scientists, practitioners and representatives of the judiciary, legislative and executive authorities.
The organizers of the seminar are: Lazarski University in Warsaw, University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań and the Conference on European Restructuring and Insolvency Law (CERIL).
If you are interested, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with the details: https://www.ceril.eu/events/eu-sanctions-against-russia-and-their-effects-on-the-bankruptcies-of-eu-based-enterprises