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How should antitrust regulation be transformed in the age of the pandemic? What new challenges do antitrust agencies face and what new practices do both Russian and international regulators already apply? These and other questions were discussed by experts at St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ½.
A shift to remote working has exerted its influence on many fields of labour market and has put a number of complicated points before both Russian and foreign companies. It is, first of all, about continuous work organization, information security and employees’ comfort. These issues have been discussed at the session ‘Remote Working: Challenges and Solutions for Employers, Employees and Professionals’ of St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ½.
Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation Olga Lyubimova speaking at SPBLF 9 ½ stated that during the struggle against COVID-19 one should remain mindful of providing legal support to culture and, most importantly, in the domain of copyright protection.
«We have a vaccine – this is the Convention on Human Rights: SPILF has discussed curbing rights and freedoms amid pandemic
The St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ½ has discussed the controversy of human rights restriction amid pandemic. The speakers have paid a special attention to the rights of the most vulnerable social groups and fake news.
The measures to be introduced by countries for overcoming COVID-19 and the international strategy in the event of potential future crises were discussed at the Open Meeting of the Ministers of Justice "Public Administration and Legislation during Pandemic" under St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 91/2: The Rule of Corona.
Head of Council of Europe and Director-General of WHO urge greater heed to legal regulation to fight epidemic
Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Marija Pejčinović Burić, speaking at the Plenary Session of SPBILF 9 ½ made a point that in the face of the pandemic European nations must first and foremost provide their citizens with a right to equitable access to medical care.
Dmitry Medvedev stated at the Plenary Session of SPBILF 9 ½ that in the context of isolation and fight against the COVID-19 pandemic communication and best practices exchanges between legal professionals from worldwide cannot be interrupted. The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation emphasised it is at this juncture that all the matters determining the future of the economy, society, state and law per se must be resolved.
The round table on Tax and Administrative Measures to Support Business, OECD-Russia: Best Practices, that brought together both Russian and foreign experts, has discussed how to assist business amid COVID 19 pandemic and what support measures were introduced by tax authorities worldwide. The round table was held within St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ½.
St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9 ½: The Rule of Corona is starting on Friday, April 10th. Major politicians, prominent legal experts and scientists will discuss legal aspects of social life under the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dmitry Medvedev, Marija Pejcinovic Buric and Tedros Ghebreyesus will take part in St. Petersburg International Legal Forum 9½: The Rule of Corona
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, Secretary General of the Council of Europe Marija Pejcinovic Buric and Director General of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will speak at the plenary session of the special St. Petersburg International Legal Forum on April 10.