Researchers of the HSE-Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development discussed with forum participants opportunities for increasing exports from Russia to countries of the Islamic world
On 26 February 2019, a meeting of the Supervisory Board for monitoring the activities of the Centre for Technological Transfer of the Higher School of Economics was held at Russia's Federal Monopoly Service (FAS).
On 11 February, Sergey Budylin, Candidate of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), Master of Laws, senior lawyer at Roche & Duffay, was the guest of the regular postgraduate workshop / open lecture of the Institute. The event was moderated by Kirill Molodyko, leading research fellow of the HSE-Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development.
Elena Voinikanis made a presentation on the rights of viewers of theatrical performances, in particular the right to make video recordings.
The Director of the Institute took part in the programme Antimonopoly Policy, which brought together experts to discuss tariff regulation and technology transfer.
Institute employees spoke at Forum sessions on 6 February
Alexey Ivanov on the Fifth Antimonopoly Package: "The Document Does Not Expand the Powers of the FAS, as It Is Now Customary to Say, but Gives It the Authority to Work More Effectively with Innovative Markets."
The director of the Institute commented to Kommersant on the submission to the government of the bills to support competition in the Internet environment.
Over January 16 and 17, the Director of the Institute took part in the sessions “Artificial Intelligence and the State” and “Competition and Competition Policy in the Conditions of Digital Transformation”.