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Procedural Features of the Protection of Trademark Rights Violated on the Internet

Student: Georgiy Veys

Supervisor: Dinara Bekyasheva

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

In the presented qualification work, the main procedural features of the protection of rights to the means of individualization of goods and services violated in the Internet are studied. The goal of this research is to identify the most common legal problems that arise in the process of protection the abovementioned rights violated in the digital sphere and to develop practical recommendations for their resolution. In the framework of achieving this goal, the following tasks were resolved during the research: the specification of disputes on the violation of exclusive rights to the means of individualizing goods and services in the Internet was studied, problems of determining the jurisdiction of the above disputes and following the pre-judicial order of dispute settlement were analyzed, practical recommendations on the use of electronic evidences were developed. In the process of preparing the final qualification work the following general scientific methods of research were used: analysis, synthesis, comparison, specification, classification, system analysis, modeling, induction and deduction. The applied private scientific methods include the method of comparative legal analysis, the formal legal method, the method of legal modeling. In accordance with the purpose of this graduation work and as a result of fulfilling all the tasks set above, a set of special legal knowledge was developed on the specifics of protecting the rights to trademarks and service marks in the Internet. On all identified legal problems, the author developed practical recommendations on protection of violated exclusive rights on the basis of legislation, doctrine and judicial practice. Within the framework of these recommendations, the author also presented current and effective legal and technical solutions to the abovementioned problems.

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