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Specifics of Legal Regulation of the Audiovisual Work as a Complex Object of Intellectual Property

Student: Ivan Gerchev

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Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2018

This research is devoted to studying of peculiarities that are typical for legal regulation of audiovisual work as a complex object of intellectual property. The relevance of this topic is caused by rapid development of audiovisual business in the last decade, which contributed to identification of the inconsistency of the existing legislative framework. Despite the fact that audiovisual works are classified as complex objects of intellectual property, modern Russian legislation does not contain an integrated approach to the regulation of these works. The research considers both theoretical and practical issues aimed to identify problem points in the process of creation and use of audiovisual works.

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