Gorodissky in forthcoming IP events in 2015
During the first half of the year 2015 patent/trademark attorney and lawyers of Gorodissky & Partners will attend:
- ECTA Annual Conference, June 10-13, 2015, Hamburg
Please contact us in case you are interested to fix meetings with our specialists thereat.
IP Seminar in Tokyo
On July 8, 2015, Gorodissky & Partners and AIPPI Japan will hold a Seminar “Obtaining and enforcement of IP rights in Russia”. The speakers at the seminar will be the leading IP specialists of the Moscow office of Gorodissky & Partners: Yury Kuznetsov, Partner, Head of Patent Practice, Russian & Eurasian Patent Attorney, Alexey Kratiuk, Partner, Trademark Attorney, and Evgeny Alexandrov, PhD, Chief Lawyer.
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Valery Medvedev, Vladimir Biriulin, Yury Kuznetsov, Sergey Dorofeev, Irina Korzun, Alexey Kratiuk, Elena Nazina, Irina Rogal, Ludmila Serova, Vladimir Trey, Alexander Nesterov, Evgeny Alexandrov, Natalia Stepanova (all from Moscow office), Viktor Stankovsky (St. Petersburg) and Nina Moshinskaya (Kiev) are included in the 2015 edition of “The Best Lawyers” in the practice area of Intellectual Property Law.
“Soviet” old trademarks are diluted in the customers’ eyes because of litigations, sales are decreasing” – it is the opinion of Viktor Stankovsky, Director of Gorodissky & Partners St.Petersburg office. According to his words, “companies could conclude an agreement dividing regions of production and brands or exchange cross-licenses for manufacturing goods”.
//11.12.2013, Vedomosti – St.Petersburg
“Domik v derevne” trademark could be put up for sale
About 30 applications for famous trademarks (among them Valio, President, Domik v derevne) have been recently filed with the Russian PTO for goods “sour cream”, “fermented baked milk”, “condensed milk”, which were added to Class 29 as of January 1, 2013. According to Vladimir Biriulin, Partner of IP Law Firm Gorodissky & Partners (Moscow), the Russian PTO would probably reject such applications, but “if these trade marks would ever be registered, the right owners are able to appeal the registrations in the Chamber of Patent Disputes with highly probable subsequent cancellation of registrations of these trade marks”.
// 16.01.2013, RBC daily