Law and Practice
The chapter on licensing in Russia will be useful for those who are interested in theoretical issues of copyright/related rights and those who need information about practical process of drafting agreements under current legislation, for example, in the fields of music licensing, advertising or video production. The chapter highlights the salient aspects to consider when engaging and negotiating a license or assignment IP agreement with counteragent from Russia and provisions to be included into agreements. The chapter illustrates how copyright ownership is determined and protected in Russia. The chapter also addresses the inter-relation between Russian local and intentional legislation on copyright and related rights, competition law, trade secrets, moral rights of authors and artists, Russian collective licensing solutions and works created under labour contracts.
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