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Legal Protection of Geographical Indications and Appellations of Origin of Goods in Russia and Abroad

Student: Elena Mironova

Supervisor: Alexandr Pchelkin

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Research topic: Legal Protection of Geographical Indications and Appellations of Origin of Goods in Russia and Abroad. The work consists of 57 pages, 46 sources were used for writing. The structure of the work consists of an introduction, two chapters, four paragraphs, a conclusion and a bibliographic list. The purpose of the research work is a comprehensive analysis of the ways of legal protection of geographical indications and appellations of origin of goods in the Russian Federation and abroad. The introduction reveals the relevance of the chosen topic, describes the goals, objectives, object and subject of research, methodological and theoretical basis, as well as the scientific novelty and structure of the work. The first chapter examines the legal regulation of geographical indications and appellations of origin of goods in the Russian Federation and abroad, as well as the comparative characteristics of the concepts under consideration. The second chapter deals with the exclusive rights to geographical indications and appellations of origin of goods, as well as their protection in the Russian Federation and abroad. In conclusion, the work done is summarized and the main conclusions made during the consideration of the research topic are formulated.

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