The collection of papers is made of works of participants of the V Internatioanl Conference which took place on May 12, 2017 in Novosibirsk. In papers explores and analyses the fundamental and applied problems of modernization of the legal system in russian and international contexts.
Children's benefits, "mother's money" - many people have heard of them, but when the child i awaited in a family, many questions arise. What type of benefits the person can recieve and what're thier sizes? Which benefits parents can recieve if they neither work, no study? Can grandmother recieve benefits if she takes care of a child?How to make the employer to pay benefits if he rejects? Answers to these and many other questions can be found in this broshure. The book is addressed to those who receve benefits. But in case of dispute many others can participate: accountatnts, lawyers and others. All of them will find useful inforamtion concerning benefits in this publication.
The book addresses judicial reforms in a number of post-socialist countries, including Poland, Bulgaria, Baltic states, Russia, Ukraine, Georgia and several other former Sovier republics. The focal point is the impact of the Soviet past (Soviet attitude towards law, specifics of early Soviet criminal law, the role of Soviet courts and the phenomenon of the Soviet judicial mentality) on judicial and police reforms.