BIOGRAPHYAnna Dupan — Higher School of Economics
Director of the Institute of Legal Regulation of National Research University Higher School of Economic
1996 – 2001 Law faculty of the Moscow State
University named after M.V.Lomonosov, diploma with
honours. Speciality: jurisprudence.
2001 – 2004 Postgraduate study of the Moscow State University named after M.V.Lomonosov. Speciality: civil law, business law, international private law, family law.
The present position:
Director of the Institute of Legal Regulation of National Research University Higher School of Economics (since June 2009)
Primary employments and jobs:
March 2005 – June 2009 – Head of Department of the Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge of National Research University Higher School of Economics July of 2002 - March of 2005 – Director of the Non-commercial partnership «Law firm «Legal intelligence group».
August of 1999 – June of 2002 – Assistant of advocate of legal consultation office #42 of the Moscow Bar.
2006 - 2014 – МВА, The Banking Institute of Higher School of Economics; courses “Financial Law”, “Insurance Law”, “Non- government Pensionary Funds”, “Investment Funds”, “Information Law»
January of 2003 – May of 2007 – docent of department of private law of the All-Russian Academy of Foreign Trade
Membership in professional associations:
July of 2002 – present – advocate (Advocate chamber of Moscow)
20 years of legal consulting experience in the area of GR; head and participant of working groups for drafting of legal documents
Expert in Information Law, Company Law, Contract law, Tax and Budget Law. Different problems of legal regulation of industry, digital economy, tax and budget, R&D, copyright and IT.
Examples of projects:
- Reforms and improvement of the law on science and technology, industrial policy, digital economy (Federal Law “About industrial policy in the Russian Federation” and government decrees based on this law, Program “Digital economy of the Ru the Russian Federation”, etc.)
- Development of legal and methodological acts aimed at regulating innovation activity, including commercialization of intellectual property (part 4 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation”) and taxation (amendments in the Tax Code and the Budget Code)
- Improvement of legislation on cloud computing, big data, personal data, information systems
Main Clients: Ministries of the RF (Industry and Trade, Education and Science, Economic Development, Energy, Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, Natural Resources and Environment), Presidential Executive Office, Industry Development Fund of the RF, Gazprom-Mezhregiongaz, Microsoft, Union of Russian Brewers, Deposit Insurance Agency