Administrative law defence of business
On 10 May 2023, the Russian President signed Decree No. 333 calling up Russian nationals in reserve for military training in 2023.
Draft law No. 337373-8 (the “Draft Law”) was submitted to the State Duma on 14 April 2023. It has been stipulated that measures of administrative liability will be introduced for companies if they do not comply with certain requirements relating to keeping records of Internet advertising.
Pepeliaev Group advises that the Presidium of the Supreme Court has approved an Overview of case law concerning administrative liability imposed under articles 19.28 of the Russian Code of Administrative Offences.
Pepeliaev Group advises that a number of provisions of the Russian Code of Administrative Offences have been recognised as non-constitutional that prevent the decreasing below the minimum level of fines issued in accordance with the laws of constituent entities of the Russian Federation on administrative offences (Resolution No. 15-P of the Russian Constitutional Court dated 7 April 2020).
Pepeliaev Group advises that since 4 April 2020 the procedure has been determined for imposing sanctions for violating Moscow city regulations aimed at introducing and maintaining a high-alert regime in Moscow.
Pepeliaev Group advises of the signing of Federal Law No. 72-FZ dated 1 April 2020 “On amending articles 15.25 and 23.1 of the Russian Code of Administrative Offences”.
Pepeliaev Group advises that special types of liability have been incorporated into the Russian Criminal Code and the Russian Code of Administrative Offences for violations of legal regimes which have been or could be introduced against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.