The article is devoted to some questions of excess by officials of customs bodies of the competence on excitation of affairs about the administrative offences stipulated by clause 14.10. of the code of administrative offences of the Russian Federation.
Ensuring transport security should be seen as a prerequisite for the realization of transit potential of the country. Transport security, on the one hand belongs to the exogenous geopolitical factors of transit potential realization, and on the other hand describes the quality of transport infrastructure. Consequently, transport security in terms of transit potential realization is defined as: safety from someone's malicious actions and as accident-free, i.e. actions to prevent accidents.
The present paper contains methods of royalty calculation for licensing and franchising. It is demonstrated that royalty calculation method should be based on benefits that user of intellectual property gets. Therefore, it is not possible to use the same method for licensing and franchising.
The author of the present Article dwells on lately adopted (approved) alterations of administrative legislation, in conformance with which sanctions stipulated by Articles 14.31 - 14.33 of the Code of the Russian Federation on Administrative Violations for Legal Persons, for the first time in the history of antimonopoly legislation (Antitrust laws, statutes) of our country, envisage the possibility of charging an operating fine for legal person's wrongdoing related to restriction of competition or improper use of their dominant position on the market.
The article covers the issues of qualification of actions related to illegal use of trademarks on the Code of Administrative Offences and the Criminal Code.
Distribution of Internet technology facilitates the globalization of the economy. Modern business environment is forcing companies to take into account the increasing interest in ecosystems to social networking services. The use of suppliers and customers of social services creates additional opportunities for stimulating innovation, generating revenues and improving customer satisfaction, increase brand awareness, recruitment and retention. However, it leads to commercial, informational and legal risks. The article examines the impact of social media on the informational and commercial security companies.
The article is devoted to find out definition of concept of civil law protection, its methods, criteria of their differentiation, and also possibility of application of those or different methods of protection concerning an exclusive right to a trade mark. In article the analysis of differentiation of well#known terms «security» and «protection» of the subjective civil rights is made, definitions of a security of a trade mark, civil law protection of the subjective civil rights are formulated, differentiation of methods of protection on measures of protection and liability measures on corresponding bases is made, measures of protection and measures of liability which can be applied with a view of civil law protection of an exclusive right to a trade mark are determined.