Vladislav focuses on legal theory, copyright, Internet regulation, personal data, data dissemination and the protection of children from information harmful to their health and development. He possesses unique experience of assisting with projects relating to the designing and launching of computer games, the legal evaluation of gaming and other entertaining content as well as with projects involving
Beginning from 2007, Vladislav has been consulting Russian and foreign clients, including major gaming and IT companies, acting also as an attorney in civil and administrative proceedings associated with IP issues, personal data processing and legal relations on the Internet.
Vladislav has been numerously ranked by
Vladislav has received the following awards:
- Holder of the Runet Prize in a special category of the Moscow Digital School “Best Teacher of Digital Law,” 2020;
- Justice Prize in the category “For Excellence in Legal Science,” awarded by the interregional department of the Association of Lawyers of Russia for St Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, 2020;
- St Petersburg Government award for outstanding achievements in higher education and secondary vocational education in 2018 in the category “Development of Innovative Activities in an Educational Organisation,” 2018; and
- Award “For Success Achieved by an Attorney in Defending Business and Entrepreneurship” (Resolution of the St Petersburg Bar Association, Minutes No. 3 dated 30 March2010), 2010.
St Petersburg University, PhD in Law, 2009
St Petersburg University, MA in Jurisprudence, 2007
St Petersburg University, BA in Jurisprudence, 2005
Vladislav is the author of over 60 scientific works on legal theory issues, data law, copyright, legal challenges of the
- “Characters (Avatars) in Multiplayer Computer Games: Issues of Legal Classification in Light of Interdisciplinary Research,” Zakon Magazine, issue 3, 2022, p. 58-74;
- “Operation of Legal Norms in Digital Media Space and Semantic Limits of Law,” Pravovediniye Magazine, V. 63, issue 1, 2019, p. 8-27; and
- “The Problem of Qualifying Personal Data as Intangible Items of Value in Digital Economy or There Is Nothing More Practical Than a Good Theory,” Zakon Magazine, issue 2, 2018, p. 52-68.
- “Theory of State and Law,”
co-authoredby E.V. Timoshina;
- “Legal Regulation of Relations on the Internet: A Russian Perspective,”
co-authoredby V.B. Naumov;
- “Introduction to Video Game Law: A Russian Perspective”;
- “Big Data from the Perspective of Law: Introduction into the Subject,”
co-authoredby V.B. Naumov and A.Z. Pagov; and
- “Information Security for Everyone.”