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Specialty of Intellectual Property Regulation in the Sports Sphere

Student: Kristina Izumrudova

Supervisor: Alexander Sergeev

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Civil Law and Commercial Law (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

In this research various aspects of the problem of the effective protection of intellectual rights in the sports sphere are revealed. First of all, it reveals the diversity of such rights, including rights recognized in other countries and not recognized in Russian Federation. Then it determines their copyright holders and their transfer mechanisms. In conclusion it reveals the institutes for the protection of rights operating in Russian Federation and Europe, the critical analysis of their effectiveness is carried out and it proposes the formation of a new institution that would become an effective way to protect intellectual rights in the sports sphere of Russian Federation. For the purpose of more visual research such a sport as basketball was chosen as a base example of this work.

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