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The latest set of amendments to the Russian Code on Administrative Offences (the “Code”) came into force on 1 January 2015. These new rules create a greater level of liability for non-compliance with labour laws and labour safety requirements through an extension of the limitation period for bringing a claim against the offending employer, the creation of new ‘special offences’, and an increase in the maximum level of fines for each category of violations.