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  • ВЛИЯНИЕ ИЗМЕНЕНИЙ ДЕЙСТВУЮЩЕГО ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВА НА РАЗВИТИЕ ИНТЕЛЛЕКТУАЛЬНОЙ ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТИ В РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ

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ВЛИЯНИЕ ИЗМЕНЕНИЙ ДЕЙСТВУЮЩЕГО ЗАКОНОДАТЕЛЬСТВА НА РАЗВИТИЕ ИНТЕЛЛЕКТУАЛЬНОЙ ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТИ В РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ

Мирских И. Ю.

Introduction: the paper analyzes the influence of changing legislation in the sphere of protection and use of intellectual property upon legal regulation and practice of its application in the field of intellectual activity. Legislation changes in the intellectual property sphere have contradictory influence upon the regulation of the relevant legal relationship. That is why analysis of the dynamics of intellectual activity development and its dependence on changing legal norms and constructions is of great importance. Purpose: to analyze the existing civil legislation in order to work out practical recommendations on how to improve the efficiency of protection of intellectual activity results. Methods: methods of analysis and synthesis, methods of micro- and macroeconomic analysis of legal facts and events, interdisciplinary approach are used in the paper. Results: it has been revealed that current Russian legislation in the sphere of intellectual property protection is rather contradictory. It incorporates collusions and does not provide economic activity with secure non-contradictory legal regulation. There are collusions between the existing national legislation norms in the sphere of intellectual property protection and general international norms and principles. An attempt to bring norms of Russian legislation into line with norms and principles of international law has not been successful. Conclusions: it is important to bring national Russian legislation in the sphere of intellectual property protection into line with conventional international norms and principles. The specific features of Russian practice of conducting scientific activity ought to be taken into account. It is strongly recommended to change civil legislation with regard to the patenting system in force and methods of intellectual property registration existing in Russian patent practice.