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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatyana Ilina
The Protection of the Rights to Results of Intellectual Activities in the Sphere of Provision of Educational Services
Management in Higher Education
(Master’s programme)
2017
On the basis of the current legislation, and also by judgment of doctrinal provisions of science of the civil law, in work the legal nature of intellectual property as object of legal protection and protection, and also approaches to determination of a concept and content of intellectual property right on educational products is determined.

In work the prospects of development of protection and protection of intellectual property right on educational products in the existing Russian legislation are determined.

Also in work the existing methods of protection of the intellectual rights to educational products in the Russian Federation are analysed.

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