IP CLUB books and articles

Olga Isaeva,
Head of IP CLUB International Cooperation Department

e-mail: ol.v.isaeva@ya.ru

– negotiation of possible international cooperation
– communication with existing foreign partners
– languages: English, French, Russian


LegalTech, FinTech, RegTech etc.: legal aspects of the use of digital technologies in business: multi-authored monograph / Lead Author and Science Editor M.A. Rozhkova. – Мoscow: Statut, 2021. – 310 p. (IP & Digital Law)

ISBN: 978-5-8354-1764-3

The authors of the monograph provide insight into legal aspects of the use of digital technologies, legally assess their constituents and interrelated objects, and consider the possibilities of commercial use of technologies from the legal perspective.
The monograph is published in 2021, which is proclaimed the Year of Science and Technology, in the IP & Digital Law series, founded by the IP CLUB, one of the largest expert and educational projects in Russia in the field of digital law and intellectual property law (http://ipclub.in).
The book may be useful for professors, postgraduates and students as an educational and practical guide, as well as for judges, litigators, and practicing lawyers in their practical activities.


The Law of the Digital Economy – 2021 (17): Annual Anthology / lead author and science editor Dr. M.A. Rozhkova. – M.: Statut, 2021. – 476 p. – (Modern Law Review / IP & Digital Law).

ISBN: 978-5-8354-1742-1

The seventeenth edition of the “Modern Law Review / IP & Digital Law” series comprises articles on the legal regulation of digital rights, cryptocurrencies, databases, online media platforms, aggregators of information on goods and services, and activities in the Darknet. This annual book contains papers covering the protection of competition in the digital context, the legal framework of Mobile App Stores operation, “image” rights protection, eligibility to derivative works in video games, e-Sports and intellectual property, and legal aspects of retraction. The book also considers the problem of digital twins and digital forms of inheritance law.
For judges, lawyers, legal practitioners, academics, lecturers, postgraduates and law students as well as all others interested in the development of the Russian law and issues related to the application of the current legislation.
See http://asp.rozhkova.com and https://books.ipclub.in/asp.html to find an invitation to participate in the forthcoming annual books of this series as well as information about them.


Rozhkova M., Isaeva O. Legal Protection of Photographs in the Digital Age: Russian Regulation // SHS Web Conf., Volume 109 (2021). 01032.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/202110901032

Abstract

Appeared in 1826, the photography has been much developed so far. Being mostly used for pragmatic purposes at the dawn of its existence, today, the photography is not only art, but also serves to depict a person at a certain point in time and even for personal identification. The photographs are used as evidence and as technical means of reproduction of other works of authorship. However, although the photographs have always been tacitly divided into informative and aesthetic ones, and various legal regimes of photography have already been enshrined in the Russian legislation, it is still not really clear how all those regimes relate to each other. Trying to answer that question the authors reveal problems and gaps existing in the current Russian regulation of photographs and make some proposals that could be useful for both the scientists when furthering the discussion on the topic and the legislator when developing the existing rules.


The Law of the Digital Economy – 2020 (16): Annual Anthology / lead author and science editor Dr. M.A. Rozhkova. – M.: Statut, 2020. – 442 p. – (Modern Law Review / IP & Digital Law).

ISBN: 978-5-8354-1664-6

The sixteenth issue of the series “Modern Law Review / IP & Digital Law” brings together articles on the legal regulation of electronic transactions, electronic trading, targeted advertising, big data, personal and non-personal data. This annual book contains papers dealing with the legal nature of smart contracts and contracts mediating the use of online game objects, the legal regime of the results of creative activity of artificial intelligence and the legal status of decentralized autonomous organizations, the distinction of intellectual property rights from the information law and study of the information essence of works, qualification of sophisticated software and rating sites assessment, responsibility of participants of information and communication technologies. The book also deals with the problems of extending property rights to new intangible objects and the essence of the right to information.
For judges, lawyers, legal practitioners, academics, lecturers, postgraduates and law students as well as all others interested in the development of the Russian law and issues related to the application of the current legislation.
See http://asp.rozhkova.com and https://books.ipclub.in/asp.html to find an invitation to participate in the forthcoming annual books of this series as well as information about them.


Vasilevskaya L., Rozhkova M. Provision of Escrow Services at the Absence of an Agreement: the Assessment for Compliance with the Russian Law // Cuestiones Politicas. Vol. 37, Num. 64 (2020). P. 112-123.



Abstract

Based on an analysis of the norms of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, the authors studied the legal basis for the provision of a range of services by the online classified in the digital environment. Additionally, the authors studied the structure of relations arising between the buyer, seller, online classified, delivery service, and the bank. The article substantiates that there is a conditional escrow of property in the framework of the considered relations, but the fact of concluding an agreement creating an appropriate legal basis for such an escrow is not observed. The study results identify several civil law agreements, needed for the goods delivery services offered by online classifieds. The authors concluded that the relationship system built by the online classified with sellers, buyers, a delivery service, and a bank and providing for the reservation of the buyer’s money excludes the conclusion of an escrow agreement.