The paper is aimed at assessing the regulatory impact of the new trade law (2009). A standardized data survey is used for revealing market sellers that may gain from the introduction of the trade law. 512 filled questionnaires were collected from the managers of chain stores and their suppliers in fi ve big cities of Russia in November-December 2010. Federal Anti-Trust Service statistics is used to examine the scale and dynamic of regulatory impact on the trade law enforcement. The author concludes that the initial effects of the trade law do not correspond to the declared goals. At the same time, the market sellers confront with the additional transaction costs of administrative control, prosecutions and fi nes due to the extended prerogatives of the anti-trust authorities.
The monograph describes the methodological basis of legal forensic examination and features of such examination in cases of administrative offenses, on issues related to transactions with shares of limited liability companies and with equity participation in construction. The current state and prospects of development of legal tax expertise are revealed. The publication is recommended to practitioners in the field of law, as well as all those interested in the relevant problems of legislation and law enforcement practice.
In Chapter 3 methodological bases of legal judicial examination and features of its carrying out on cases of the administrative offenses committed by economic entities are considered. On concrete examples the necessity of application of such examination in proceedings on administrative offenses is proved.