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  • 15 November 2018

    TLR Trademarks Second Edition 2018 / Russia at thelawreviews.co.uk

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  • 24 January 2018

    The Russian Civil Code defines a trademark as a sign that serves to individualise goods and services of legal entities and entrepreneurs. In other words, a trademark is a sign that is capable of distinguishing goods and services of one legal entity or entrepreneur from another legal entity or entrepreneur. Russian legislature provides that any designations including but not limited to verbal, pictorial, combined, three-dimensional signs and other designations or their combinations may be registered as trademarks. A trademark may be registered in any colour or colour combination, or just black-and-white. Sound and animation marks can also be registered. There is no relevant legislation nor sufficient practice regarding olfactory marks.

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  • 24 November 2017

    The Russian Civil Code, and in particular Part IV, is the primary legislation for trademarks, among various types of intellectual property. The code governs the prosecution, exploitation, licensing and enforcement of trademark rights. Other local administrative regulations, federal laws and procedural codes support the trademark protection and enforcement regime.

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  • 23 December 2012

    In Russia, legal protection of commercial desidnations corresponds to international practice; in time, legal practice will develop to the extent that all rights holders will be effectively protected

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