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At the latest meeting of N&T’s Dispute Resolution Group, the participants discussed recent experiences of enforcement of pecuniary claims. In addition to the general introduction of the case and its background, the discussion covered, inter alia, practical experience gained during enforcement proceedings related to resolutions adopted by both state courts and arbitration courts, specificities of the procedural stages before the court as well as before the bailiff, and other procedural aspects and specifics relevant to the topic. Even if it looks simple to start an enforcement procedure and even looks more simple how to suspend or stop an ongoing enforcement, the actual practice of competent courts and bailiffs might become unexpectedly tricky requiring prompt actions and well prepared thinking.


N&T’s Dispute Resolution Group assessed the issue of interim measures and their ordering and the potential consequences of their order at its last meeting, in particular the Group discussed the interim measure prior to the initiation of proceedings. The discussion of this topic was justified by multiple successful applications for interim measures in the context of an ongoing litigation, where the different procedural practices and decisions of different courts were also disputed by the members of the Group.


N&T’s Dispute Resolution Group held its regular meeting where we discussed the expert proofing rules found in the new Code of Civil Procedure. Despite the challenges, our lawyers gained a deeper experience in the new regulation through various recent lawsuits especially through a complex, long-term damages claim case that we recently won at the first instance court, and which required several methods of applying experts, including experts appointed in other proceedings, the court appointment of experts, and the use of private expert reports.