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Legal Protection of the Results of Creative Activity in the Fashion Industry

ФИО студента: Darya Vovk

Руководитель: Nikita Ivanov

Кампус/факультет: School of Law

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Оценка: 7

Год защиты: 2020

This work is devoted to pressing issues of legal protection of design in the fashion industry. The study analyzes the current Russian legislation, which is aimed at protecting the rights and interests of designers with copyright, patent law, by registering a trademark. The paper also examines the international experience in the legal protection of design, proposing to borrow the institution of short-term protection of industrial designs, following the example of the EU. Special attention is paid to the analysis of the emerging judicial practice in disputes in the field of protecting the intellectual rights of designers, the experience of resolving similar cases between well-known brands and the development process of such a branch of law as “fashion law” as a whole.

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