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Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights under the Legislation of the Russian Federation

Student: Artyom Sidelnikov

Supervisor: Natalia Udalova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This paper aims to analyze the efficiency of defense copyright and related rights by the system of collective management in Russian Federation. For this reason, the author use gathering and systematization of relevant data from international treaties and national legal sources. A careful examination of civil and administrative law status of collective management organizations indicates the main problems with transparency and governance of royalties. The study also seeks to establish the possible ways to solve the problems of collective management system. Also based on comparative and legal prognostication techniques, this research will find the most suitable legal constructions for development the system of the collective management and suggests implementing them in Russian legislation.

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