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Guilt as a Condition of Liability for the Breach of Intellectual Property Rights

Student: Polina Semina

Supervisor: Alexander Sergeev

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

The present work is devoted to the concept of guilt as the one of the key features of liability in the intellectual property law. Recent amendments to the Civil Code have introduced new understanding of guilt which is rather controversial and requires in-depth analysis. The research will focus on the understanding of guilt both in cases of contractual and non-contractual violations, specific features of the liability of authors, including conditions for exemption from responsibility, and the extension of those conditions to commercial entities and entrepreneurs.

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