The author discusses on the issue of how shall evolve the system of summons in the situation when the court’s orders are produced in the form of electronic documents. The necessity of the full conversion to the system of “first notice”, under which the parties to the dispute shall receive only the first court order by mail, is grounded.
The author grounds the thesis on that when establishing the amount of subsidiary liability in bankruptcy cases the property status of the subsidiary debtor has to be taken into consideration. The relevance of an interim order institute is substantiated in the article.
The article deals with the problem of interdisciplinary res judicata - binding force, in criminal proceedings, of final judicial decisions issued in other proceedings. The authors find that the principle of res judicata should apply not only to facts, but also to legal assessment of those facts by the courts. Such interpretation of interdisciplinary res judicata stems from systemic interpretation of Ruling No. 30-P issued by the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation on 21 December 2011.