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With development of information technologies, digitalization, and sweeping changes in the economy the state needs to revise both basic and specific regulations that protect the rights of consumers. SPBILF session named "Perspectives of the Codification of Consumer Statutes: Russian and International Practice" discussed improvement of consumer statutes.
What is the mission of museums today and what is the target audience of the Strategy for the development of museums? How should new legislation on culture evolve? What challenges are faced by the museum, financial and legal communities? These issues were discussed today among others by participants of the IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
The panelists discussed the key aspects of the Judgments Project of the Hague Conference on Private International Law at IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
The IX SPBILF experts discussed the qualitative changes in the Russian legislation that happened in the recent five years, and the impact of the revised Russian Civil Code on law enforcement practice.
The book ‘Russian Private Law Codification 2019’ edited by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was presented Wednesday, 15 May, at the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
On Wednesday, May 15, the SPILF Private Law Prize was presented to the winner – Professor of Oxford University Jeremias Prassel, during the Plenary Session of the IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum.
The business programme of the Forum—one of the key professional events for lawyers not only from Russia, but around the world—launches on Wednesday, May 15. These professionals will be joined in discussing the relevant legal agenda by politicians, finance specialists, businessmen, researchers, and guest experts.
Participants access the events of the Forum only upon presentation of the accreditation badge of a delegate or an accompanying person.
The winner of the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum Prize will be named on Tuesday, May 14, at the welcome gala. The prize will be conferred by the Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, during the SPBILF opening.
The French and the Russian Ministers of Justice Will Discuss Economic Attractiveness of National Jurisdictions at SPBILF
Finance and business will be tin the focus of the track ‘Investments. Real Estate. Industry-Specific Legislation. Public Private Partnership’ that promises to become one of the most intensive at the IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum. The track’s agenda includes 10 sessions devoted both to the Russian and the international business laws.