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Institucija Mykolo Romerio universitetas
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Atsakomybė Šeškaitis, Rytis - Magistro baigiamojo darbo autorius
Usonienė, Jūratė - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vadovas
Cirtautienė, Solveiga - Magistro baigiamojo darbo recenzentas
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Papirtis, Leonas Virginijus - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Rudzinskas, Antanas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Gurevičius, Sigitas - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Dambrauskaitė, Asta - Magistro baigiamojo darbo vertinimo komisijos narys
Mykolo Romerio universitetas - Mokslinį laipsnį teikianti institucija
Antraštė (-ės) Atlikėjų teisių kolektyvinis administravimas. Dabartis ir perspektyva
Collective Management of Performers' Rights. Nowadays and Future Perspective
Santrauka [EN]

The topic of this paper is Collective Management of Performers' Rights. Nowadays and Future Perspective.

The issue of the performers' neighbouring rights is relatively new. It emerged at the beginning of the twentieth century, particularly as a result of technical developments when recordings began to be substitute for live performances.

Performers have sought to keep control of their performances by claiming rights to protect them.

These rights are fundamental: they secure not only an ingome for performers but also foster the maintenance and the development of creation and culture in the interest of society as a whole.

Many national laws and certain international normative texts (Rome Convention of 1961, WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty of 1996 and European Directives)

Performers collecting societies are associations of rightholders. They are set up to collect and distribute royalties for rightsholders on a collective basis.

Collective management societies of performers are generally non profit organisations based on collective agreements in certain cases.

The goal of this paper is a thorough analysis of current regulation of performers rights' collective administration in both international and regional levels taking into consideration the circumstances of historical development. Based on the analysis it will answer the question whether the regulation and collective administration of performers' rights today is sufficient to protect performers' financial interests.

In order to achieve its objectives, this paper explores the legal regulation of performers' rights collective administrative organizations within European countries, concentrating on Lithuania in particular. It also identifies the problem of relationship between such organizations and performers as well as users of these liberties.

Raktažodžiai: performers rights, collective management, neigbouring rights, related rights