Program ENG

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March 11, 2016
Savoy Hotel, “Zimniy Sad” hall, Rozhdestvenka str., 3/6 bld.1
9:00 – 9:30
Registration. Welcome Coffee
9:30 – 9:35 Welcome address by the Chairman of the ICC Russia IP Commission Eugene Arievich

9:35 – 11:30  

Session I. Legal protection of formats: from generals to particulars (Part I)

Moderator: Sergey Semenov, Director General, FTM Entertainment; Legal Adviser, Association of Film and Television Producers and Russian Producers’ Guild

  • Ekaterina Ivanova, Head of the Formats/International  projects practice of the Legal division, STC “Channel “Russia” 
    TV show format protection: theoretical aspects and practical approaches

  • Sergey Rogozhin, Judge, Russian IP Court 
    Formats - a new type of intellectual property rights?

  • Alexander Bobrov, Lawyer, Legal service of Channel One
    Protectability of a TV show format
  • Darya Ermolina, Counsel, Baker & McKenzie Moscow 
    Formats and unfair competition: analysis of the possible application of the Fourth Antimonopoly Package norms to format protection

11:30 – 11:50 Coffee break
12:30 – 13:50

Session I. Legal protection of formats: from generals to particulars (Part II)

  • Bianca Rootsaert, Managing Director, the Format Recognition and Protection Association (FRAPA)
    Thou shalt not steal. Why the format industry needs FRAPA
  • Dmitry Semenov, Associate, Baker & McKenzie Moscow
    International practice with regards to format protection
12:30 – 13:50 
Session II. TV shows and intellectual roperty: not only formats

Moderator: Leonid Agronov, Director General, National Federation of the Musical Industry

  • Elena Trusova, Partner, Goltsblat BLP LLP
    Entertaining TV content as an intellectual property right: permissible limits and protection problems
  • Maksim Kulkov, Managing Partner, «Kulkov, Kolotilov and partners»
    Various aspects of legal protection of phonograms

  • Renata Alymkulova, Head of Legal Service, Sony Music Entertainment in Russia & CIS
    Use of phonograms within audiovisual pieces, case study: Sony Music Entertainment vs Channel “Piatnitsa”
  • Olga Kim, Music Publishing Director, Warner/Chappell Russia
    Use of musical pieces within audiovisual pieces – analysis of the problem from the business point of view 

13:50 – 14:00    Wrap-up coffee

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