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Current Issues of Implementation of the Principle of Public Hearings in the Commercial («Arbitrazh») Courts of the Russian Federation

A.A. Smola, 
Candidate of Legal Sciences, Deputy Head of the Public Law 
and Procedure Department of the Supreme Commercial («Arbitrazh») Court of the Russian Federation

In the article the author reveals to the implementation of the principle of transparency in the Commercial ("Arbitrazh") process. And also shows the different approaches to the implementation of the principle of transparency in foreign countries, the effect of the principle of transparency in the administration of justice.

Keywords: commercial ("arbitrazh") process; transparency principle.


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Information about the author 

   Smola A.A. (Moscow) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Deputy Head of the Public Law and Procedure Department of the Supreme Commercial («Arbitrazh») Court of the Russian Federation (101000, Moscow, Center, Malyi Kharitonievsky Lane, 12, e-mail: vasrf@arbitr.ru).

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