Volume 15 Number 4 Year - 2021
Number of articles: 20
INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO QUALITY OF DIGITAL LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE EAEU AND BRICS: FROM DIGITAL EVIDENCE TO INTERNET COURTS AND E-COURT
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to study the contribution of the factors of industrial and manufacturing engineering to quality of digital legal proceedings in the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Union) and BRICS and to develop recommendations for managing these factors for increasing the quality of services' provision in the form of digital evidence, Internet courts, and E-court. Originality of this research is ensured by the following competitive advantages as compared to the existing literature sources. Firstly, we specify the "wide" treatment of quality of digital legal proceedings' services and select the indicators, form statistical basis and offer a methodological approach to complex indicative evaluation of quality of digital legal proceedings' services. This provides a scientific basis for protecting business's interests in the court in the interaction with the state. This also forms a comprehensive scientific idea on creation of favorable conditions for doing business with the help of increasing the quality of digital legal proceedings' services. Secondly, we take into account the influence of the factors of industrial and manufacturing engineering on quality of digital legal proceedings' services. This allows developing detailed and precise applied recommendations for state management of quality of digital legal proceedings' services in the interests of their increase. Thirdly, we study the experience of countries of the EAEU and BRICS, which allows determining the differences in quality and influence of the factors of industrial and manufacturing engineering on digital legal proceedings' services among developing countries and the consequences for favorability of doing business.
Keywords: Quality; Digital Legal Proceedings; EAEU; BRICS; Digital Evidence; Internet Courts; E-Court; Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
Article info: pp. 1027-1048
Recieved: 15.09.2020  Accepted: 10.02.2021  UDC: 005.336.3:347.836   Downloads: 1146