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Ilya Goryachev

  • 20 February 2018

    Ilya Goryachev of Gorodissky and Partners discusses Russias new telemedicine law and what it means for intellectual property

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  • 24 January 2018

    The Russian Civil Code defines a trademark as a sign that serves to individualise goods and services of legal entities and entrepreneurs. In other words, a trademark is a sign that is capable of distinguishing goods and services of one legal entity or entrepreneur from another legal entity or entrepreneur. Russian legislature provides that any designations including but not limited to verbal, pictorial, combined, three-dimensional signs and other designations or their combinations may be registered as trademarks. A trademark may be registered in any colour or colour combination, or just black-and-white. Sound and animation marks can also be registered. There is no relevant legislation nor sufficient practice regarding olfactory marks.

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  • 19 December 2017

    DataGuidance confirmed, on 18 December 2017, with Sergey Medvedev and Ilya Goryachev, Senior Lawyers at Gorodissky and Partners, that, on 15 December 2017, the Council of the Federation passed Draft Law No.184271-7 on Amendments to the Code on Administrative Offences of the Russian Federation ('the Draft Law').

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  • 4 December 2017

    Russias new law aimed at further regulating instant messaging services will come into force on 1 January 2018. Sergey Medvedev and Ilya Goryachev of Gorodissky & Partners discuss the new legal obligations that the providers of instant messaging services in Russia will need to comply with.

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  • 2 October 2017

    Many users and businesses utilise anonymising technologies, such as virtual private networks (VPNs), in order to increase privacy and security on their systems, but in Russia, from 1 November 2017, new rules aimed at establishing greater control over the use of VPNs, other anonymisers and technology that redirects Russian internet traffic through foreign servers will enter into force. These new rules introduced via Federal Law No. 276-FZ (the Amending Law), which introduces amendments to Federal Law No.149-FZ on Information, Information Technologies and the Protection of Information. Ilya Goryachev, Senior Lawyer at Gorodissky and Partners, assesses the specifics and implications of the Amending Law, and considers what prompted the Russian Government to introduce the amendments that grant new powers to Russias IT, mass media and telecommunications regulator Roskomnadzor.

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  • 8 September 2017

    Rights holders which are considering entering the Russian market should be aware that, in addition to trademarks and industrial designs, a range of IP tools are available to enhance rights protection

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  • 7 August 2017

    The Federal Law of 7 February 2017 No. 13-FZ on Amendments to the Code of Administrative Offences (the Personal Data Violations Law), which significantly reforms the procedure and circumstances in which the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) can impose sanctions on companies for violations of data protection legislation, entered into force on 1 July 2017. Sergey Medvedev and Ilya Goryachev of Gorodissky & Partners analyse the background to, and implications of, the Personal Data Violations Law for data controllers in Russia.

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  • 2 June 2017

    Getting the Deal Through - Domains & Domain Names 2017 / Russia at gettingthedealthrough.com

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  • 2 May 2017

    Ilya Goryachev of Gorodissky & Partners discusses liability for social media in Russia

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  • 30 March 2017

    The Life Sciences Law Review 2017 (Fifth Edition) - Chapter Russia

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  • 3 September 2016

    In Russia, more attention is being paid towards the correlation between IP rights and competition restrictions, and pharma companies should keep abreast of developments, says Ilya Goryachev of Gorodissky & Partners.

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  • 29 June 2016

    Practitioners from China, Denmark, Russia, Sweden and the United States discuss the trademark issues involved in advertising.

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  • 24 May 2016

    Russian judicial practice generally reflects the perception that intellectual property is a legitimate monopoly (eg, Constitutional Court Ruling 171- of April 22 2004). However, every rule has its exceptions. Hence, Article 1229(1) of the Civil Code provides that the code may establish exemptions under which third parties may use specific IP rights without the owners consent.

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