Enforcing intellectual property rights in Russia may be done in a number of ways, depending on the nature of the infringement. The usual venues for filing lawsuits are the common, commercial and IP courts. However, as a rule, court proceedings are lengthy, expensive and require effort from the right owner.
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FAS, copyright infringement, trademark infringement