This article is an attempt to highlight the issues, associated with a latency of crimes under Art. 170 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, and to propose mechanisms to detect these criminal violations. The author analyzes the reasons hindering the identification of the crimes, described in the article. In the present article also discusses the features of investigative jurisdiction of a crime under Art. 170 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, which may also influence the degree of latency of this crime.
The article studies contemporary prerequisites and peculiarities of regulation of intellectual property in digital networks, researches in detail variants of possible jurisdictions in digital networks as applicable to protection of rights of intellectual property, touches upon the issues of applicable law and exceptions in protection of rights of intellectual property in digital networks.
The article is devoted to the analysis of the judicial power of the marcher lords. Authors investigate common features and peculiarities of the systems in the different lordships of the March of Wales. Special attention is drawn to the influence of the English common law and Welsh law on the judicial procedure in the lordships of the March.
The Chapter on Russia deals with the particularities of decision-making methodology used by the Supreme Court of Russia, in comparison with that of the US Supreme Court. It offers an overview of the Russian Supreme Court jurisdiction, justiciability and standing and the main issues arising in these areas.