Maryna Savchenko and Anna Kravchuk, members of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program, joined the discussion of the new Law of Ukraine “On Effective Management of the Rights of Owners in the Sphere of Copyright and (or) Related Rights.”
The event took place on August 16, 2018 in Kyiv on the initiative of the Intellectual Property Committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association.
In less than three months, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine will start accepting applications for registration of collective management organizations. Therefore the lawyers decided to figure out how to prepare for the registration and accreditation of the CMO, which is expected from the activities of the CMO to users and owners, whether the contracts concluded with the CMO will remain effective until the new Law comes into force, etc.
Maryna Savchenko spoke as a speaker within the topic of the event, while Anna Kravchuk supervised the meeting as a member of the Board of the Committee on Intellectual Property.
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