Issue № 3, 30.05.2020
ISSUES AND PROSPECTS OF ELECTRONIC WORKBOOKS INTRODUCTION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
The author analyzes a number of issues arising in connection with the transition period for the introduction of electronic workbooks. The author also considers the advantages of the new system in the close future. Author comes to the conclusion that the future performance of the specified system of workbooks will depend on the quality of performance by employers of their duties in the field of bringing workbooks into electronic form.
SOME PROBLEMS OF REMOTE EMPLOYMENT FORMS REALIZATION IN RUSSIA
The article deals with some issues of remote employment in labor relations regulated by the Russian legislation. The author analyzes a number of legal features of remote work regulation that cause difficulties for both employees and employers. Various scholar positions and legal norms affecting the regulation of remote employment are considered. The author provides possible solutions to these problems.
PANDEMIC OF THE NEW TYPE OF CORONAVIRUS INFECTION (COVID-19) AS AN INTERNATIONAL CRIME
In this article the author simulates the new type of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) as a bioweapon the use of which might be qualified as an international crime. The author analyses corpus delicti of such crime as well as specific lawsuits pending against China in various judicial bodies. The author concludes with potential possibilities to qualify the new type of coronavirus infection (COVID-19) as an international crime.
TO THE PROBLEM OF LEGAL REGULATION OF SUBSIDIARY AND TORT LIABILITY IN BANKRUPTCY OF THE DEBTOR
This article concerns some problems related to regulation of various types of property liability in bankruptcy, such as subsidiary liability and tort liability. The author considers two types of shortcomings: firstly, regarding to the legal nature of various types of property liability in bankruptcy; secondly, to the legal status of persons held liable. As a result of the analysis the author makes proposals to improve the certain norms of the Russian bankruptcy law/
LIFE IMPRISONMENT WITHOUT PAROLE: GLOBAL AND RUSSIAN PRACTICE
The author considers the practice of applying the sentence of life imprisonment in Germany, Great Britain, Australia and Russia. The analysis of the position of the European Court of Human Rights on the issue of life imprisonment without the right to parole is given. The author concludes that despite the fact that the legal regulation of parole for persons sentenced to life imprisonment seems to be more perfect in Russia, the prevailing practice of executing life imprisonment impedes the implementation of the right to parole.
PROSECUTOR’S SUPERVISION OF THE EXECUTION OF LAWS BY BODIES ENGAGED IN OPERATIONAL-SEARCH ACTIVITIES
This review article is devoted to the organization of prosecutorial supervision of the implementation of laws by entities engaged in operational-search activities, as well as to the study and analysis of legislative acts regulating the activities of the prosecutor's office in the process of implementing this type of prosecutorial supervision. The relevance of this work is predetermined by the fact that in the process of conducting operational investigative measures, the constitutional rights of a person and citizen may be limited, as well as by the fact that operational investigative activities may be of a conservative nature, by which prosecutorial supervision is the most rational means of establishing and maintaining legality in this activity.
LEGAL REGULATION PROBLEMS OF BIG DATA CIRCULATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
This article discusses problems and prospects of establishment of a legal regime governing Big Data circulation in the Russian Federation. As a part of the research, European and American models of Big Data regulations are analyzed. The main focus of the work is the analysis on existing legislation in Russia governing data, as well as a draft legislation designed to regulate the Big Data. The conclusion is drawn on the need for comprehensive regulation of the industry, changes in definitions in the existing “basic” legislation governing data circulation, and on the primacy of protecting the right of citizens to information in the context of the Big Data regulation.