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Contents of Issue є 02/2020
Practical law manual
Basmanov N., Ilin A.V. - Jurisdiction over claims made against public-legal institutions pp. 1-8


Abstract: This article discusses the question of territorial jurisdiction over claims made against public-legal institutions (Russian Federation, constituent entities of the Russian Federation, municipal formations). The subject of this research is the current procedural norms regulating the questions of jurisdiction, and the established law enforcement practice. Attention is turned to the existence of gaps in legal regulation of the question of jurisdiction over claims made against public-legal institutions in the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation and Arbitration Procedure Code of the Russian Federation. The authors analyze the established approaches in law enforcement practice towards solution of the aforementioned problem. Methodological framework includes the comparative-legal method and such formal-logical methods, as analysis, synthesis and induction. The relevance and practical importance are substantiated by the subject of research – the law enforcement practice formed by the Russian judicial authorities over the recent years. The conclusion is made on the need for elimination of the existing gap in the normative-legal regulation by amending the current procedural legislation.
Korchagin A.G., Yakovenko A.A. - Criminogenic role of cryptocurrency pp. 9-19


Abstract:  This article explores the phenomenon of cryptocurrency and technology it is based upon. The authors describe the mechanism of its functionality along with the occurred problems of legal nature, which being interrelated make the phenomenon in question appealing within the criminal environment. Global digitalization sets new requirements, namely the combinations of legal and technical regulators meant to achieving adequate legal regulation in the digital era. The subject of this research is the Russian and foreign legal doctrine that reveals the essence of the indicated technology and mechanisms for protecting social relations in the context of utilization of this technology. The research methodology consists of the following methods: statistical, dogmatic, comparative-legal, synergetic, logical, functional, and systemic. The scientific novelty is substantiated by the need for convergence of the legal and information systems and demonstration of such convergence during the period of rapid digitalization in all social spheres. The authors draw a conclusion that the problem carries a comprehensive character, and the longer it takes to resolve the issues of legal regulation, the higher are the risks of using cryptocurrency.  
Law and order
Suponina E.A., Dolgikh I.P. - pp. 20-29


Danilovskaia A. - pp. 30-43


GyulТverdiev R.B. - pp. 44-58


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