Anton Kabakov talked with Delovoy Peterburg about how much lawyers receive for their representation services in court
In an article published in June, Delovoy Peterburg reported on how much lawyers receive for their representation services in court and on how much litigation costs can be recovered from losing parties. Lawyers consider that the ability to recover litigation costs is one of the guarantees for access to justice and its effectiveness. Although very slowly, more and more litigation costs are recovered in commercial courts of the North-West region: if on average less than a quarter of litigation costs were recovered previously, then close to half of those costs are now recovered. This trend does not yet apply to disputes with state authorities and large court expense amounts. Anton Kabakov, Partner at Forte Tax &Law, shared his experience with Delovoy Peterburg and described how certain market players behave unfairly and their attitude toward the “price of loss” and the “price of winning”.
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