Special Economic Measures: What to Expect?
The Government of the Russian Federation may introduce special economic measures to ensure that counter-terrorism and other operations are carried out outside the territory of the Russian Federation :
Repatriation of Foreign Currency and the Currency of the Russian Federation: New Requirements
On July 5, 2022, the President of the Russian Federation issued Decree No. 430 “On the Repatriation of Foreign Currency and the Currency of the Russian Federation by Residents Participating in Foreign Economic Activity”.
New in Migration Law
On July 14, several federal laws that amend the regulation of the legal status of foreign citizens in the Russian Federation were adopted.
Russian Shopping Centers Will Be Able to Terminate Lease Agreements With Tenants From Unfriendly Countries Until the End of 2022
On July 14, 2022, the Federal Law No. 323-FZ "On amendments to certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation" came into effect. The Law, among other things, amends the Federal Law No. 46-FZ of March 8, 2022 and provides for the specifics of regulating relations with tenants in the field of trade and (or) catering from unfriendly countries until the end of 2022.
A Bunch of Government Decrees Regulating the Functioning of the Unified Biometric System Came into Force.
On June 15 and 16, 2022 three Government Decrees came into force, regulating the processing of personal biometric data by individuals in the unified biometric information system of personal data.
The Law on Fines for Unreasonable Collection of Personal Data Was Approved
On 25 May 2022 Federation Council approved the Federal Law "On amendments to Article 14.8 of the Administrative Offences Code of the Russian Federation".
The Government of the Russian Federation Has Expanded the Group of Persons Who Do Not Fall Under the Moratorium on the Initiation of Bankruptcy Proceedings
New Requirements for Online Advertising
Federal Law No. 347-FZ dated July 2, 2021, has created new obligations for advertisers, advertising distributors, and operators of advertising systems.
The Procedure for Challenging Decisions and Actions of Public Authorities Has Been Clarified
On June 28, 2022 The Supreme Court adopted Resolution No. 21 of the Plenum “On Certain Issues of Application by Courts of the Provisions of Chapter 22 of the Code of Administrative Procedure of the Russian Federation and Chapter 24 of the Arbitration Procedural Code of the Russian Federation”, which clarified the rules for challenging decisions and actions of public authorities.