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The title to a parking place in case of the developer’s bankruptcy
Since 1 January 2017, a car parking space has been legally recognised as an independent property item, which has special boundaries in the design documentation of a building or structure, and which is subject to both cadastral and state registration.
Pandemic, taxes and bankruptcy in Russia. What to expect and what to get ready for?
The rapid spread of the new COVID-19 virus on the planet makes the government develop measures not only to combat the spread of its manifestations in the sanitary and epidemiological area but also prevent its negative impact on the economic and social aspects in the society.
Coronavirus, economic crisis and labour relations in Russia. What to expect and why to be afraid?
The afore-mentioned global threats as well as the devaluation of the national currency have raised a number of questions for the employers of the Russian Federation that require an immediate response and decisive action.
Personal Data Protection in Russia 2020
The publication covers, in particular, the following areas of data protection, including personal data, in Russia: applicable legislation and competent authorities; key principles; individual rights; registration formalities and prior approval;  restrictions on international data transfers;  big data and analytics; data security and data breach; trends in enforcement and sanctions. 
Analytical review on the creation of corporate environmental risk management systems in Russia in the context of the environmental legislation reform
Today, it is becoming one of the corporate development strategy priorities for many companies to ensure that environmental safety is guaranteed as well as national and international standards are complied with in this area. This is also facilitated by the leading world states’ policy aimed at improving environmental conditions on their territories including through a review of environmental legislation.
What legislative changes are expected to small businesses in Russia in 2020?
In 2020, a considerable number of changes are planned that will affect entrepreneurs and small companies. For small businesses, it is expected to increase insurance premiums for individual entrepreneurs, and cancel preferential regimes for the sale of certain goods.
What changes, in the President's opinion, are necessary in Russian legislation?
Review of Vladimir Putin's address to the Federal Assembly.

On January 15, 2020, Vladimir Putin delivered a message to the Federal Assembly in which he raised a question. Is there a “Constitutional revolution" in Russia?
The implementation of super-services: which public services will be provided automatically in 2020?
The Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Russian Federation is developing superservices that allow receiving public services online in a simplified mode, including those that provide social support.
What legislative changes are expected for large Russian businesses in 2020?
Despite the fact that most of the upcoming changes in 2020 are more related to small and medium-sized businesses, it is expected that representatives of large businesses will also change.
What legislative changes are waiting for the average Russian business in 2020?
If you carry out business activities employing less than 250 employees, your profit is not more than 2 billion rubles, and the share of medium and large enterprises, as well as States is negligible, or it is not at all, as a business entity-medium enterprise, get ready for the changes that will take effect in 2020.