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; ;Nastyuk, Vasyl ;Shapoval, Roman ;Drozd, OleksiiSolntseva, KhrystynaJournal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues. [London] : Allied Business Academies, 2022, vol. 25, iss. 3., p. 1-8The article is devoted to the analysis of modern interpretation of the concept of «plagiarism» in the area of doctrinal achievements and scientific activities. The purpose of the study is to determine the features of proper implementation of personal non-property and property rights of authors through various systems of «Anti-plagiarism». The general tools and measures of responsibility for violation of personal non-property and property rights of the authors and inventors are investigated. The proposals for innovations of expert research in the area of property protection are offered. The critical analysis of the provisions of current legislation in Lithuania on this issue is provided. The main aspects of administrative and legal protection of copyright and related rights in Ukraine were highlighted. The need to introduce the institution of authorship examinations by the National Repository and to strengthen administrative liability for copyright infringements is proved. The European Court of Human Rights on Soviet Genocide in Lithuania: The 2019 case Drélingas v. LithuaniaPublication
- The very concepts of violence, studies of its forms from the criminal law viewpoint may be instrumental in dissociating criminalised violent actions from non-criminalised though having a legal significance or the actions falling outside the area of criminal regulation; furthermore, such studies can help identify the actions that in criminal law should be viewed as socially useful (for instance, the circumstances excluding criminal responsibility). It should be noted that the concept of violence and identification of its expression forms have not only a theoretical value, but also, as has been by this study proven, is applicable in legislation (for instance, for the purpose of criminalising different types of violence), as well as in case law (for instance, when identifying possible violence manifestation options). In the light of the above the present paper focuses on the definition of violence, the possible forms of its manifestation; the authors also looked into the specific forms the coercive criminal acts can acquire in the legislation.
16Scopus© SNIP 5.014 Conflicts of international and national customs law with EU customs law: the example of the Republic of LithuaniaPublicationresearch articleLex Portus : law scientific journal. Odesa : National University “Odessa Law Academy”. Department of Maritime and Customs Law, 2020, vol. 2, no. 22., p. 30-41The article examines the functioning of the modern customs regulatory environment for the EU Member States, which is composed of three levels of sources: international legal instruments, EU primary and secondary legislation and national legislation of individual Member States. However, the practical application of these provisions is related to conflicts between the sources of national and international law and even the different sources of international law itself. It should be noted that at the present time, individual states have not yet formed a unified approach on whether the WTO Agreements should have a direct effect in their national legal system, as most of the states are following the doctrine of dualism and deny this possibility, although the practices followed by the national courts of the Republic of Lithuania have shown the elements of a monistic approach to this problem. The increasing use of international preferential trade agreements and the prevalence of agreements, which establish the customs unions, could also be regarded as a challenge to the development of international economic law and international trade system. Moreover, analysis of the judicial practices of national courts (in the Republic of Lithuania) and the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that an explicit approach to the relationship existing between international, EU and national customs law has not yet materialized. 3Scopus© SNIP 0
- Lithuania, one of the three Baltic states, is among the countries in Europe that are currently facing the challenge of implementing a newly codified private law. Lithuania was the first former Soviet Republic to gain its independence in 1990. Ten years later, the Republic of Lithuania adopted a new civil code. It entered into force in July 2001 and is currently one of the most recent examples of an entirely new private law codification in Europe. This article retraces the role of the comparative legal method in the procedure of drafting the new codification. It further discusses the role of the comparative method when it comes to applying the new Code, focusing on the case law of the Supreme Court of Lithuania. The development in Lithuania shows, on the one hand, the benefits that can be gained when lawmakers use the comparative method in the process of preparing new codifications. On the other hand, the situation in Lithuania illustrates the challenges courts and judges face when it comes to using this method in applying the newly introduced codes and statutes.
2 The enforcement of industrial property rights in LithuaniaPublication[Pramoninės nuosavybės teisių užtikrinimas Lietuvoje]research articleIIC - International review of industrial property and copyright law : the enforcement of industrial property rights in Eastern Europe. Munich : Verlag C.H.Beck, 2001, vol. 8, Nr. 8., p. 913-923Straipsnyje nagrinėjama Lietuvos teismų sistema ir jų jurisdikcija nagrinėjant ginčus dėl pramoninės nuosavybės teisių, ypač jų pažeidimų; ginčų dėl pramonės nuosavybės bylų nagrinėjimo civilinio proceso ypatumai... WOS© IF 0.059WOS© AIF 0