The company requested to introduce a mechanism for pre-trial resolution of disputes with the markets. “Business Russia” came up with such an initiative. Along with the growth in turnover on online platforms, the number of lawsuits against them has also increased, Izvestia reports.

Firms asked to introduce pre-trial resolution of disputes with markets


Russian legislation already provides for the settlement of disputes before trial, but the specifics of online commerce require a special approach, noted Ekaterina Avdeeva, head of the expert center on criminal legal policy and execution of judicial acts of a business association.

The problems mainly affect sellers and owners of collection points. Now some markets are abusing their dominant position and unilaterally introducing their own rules.

The claims of the counterparties of such platforms are related to violations of contracts, intellectual property and unfair competition, said Ekaterina Gorshenina, representative of the Russian Bar Association.

According to SPARK data, in March there were around 850 pending arbitration cases regarding Wildberries, of which 3.6 thousand were completed. Under Ozon, there were 257 active and 860 completed arbitration cases.

  • Previously, RB.RU presented an interactive map of markets, which combines in one place platforms and tools aimed at Russian entrepreneurs. It contains 100 projects from the field of markets: popular platforms, tools for sellers and programs for owners of order collection points.


Karina Pardaeva

Source: RB

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