Article: The IP Court of Russia in action

23.5.2014
 Mrs Riikka Palmos, our European Trademark Attorney and the Administrative Director, has 20 years of experience in trademarks in Finland and the Western countries, and particularly in Russia and the CIS countries.

She has now written an article about the Russian IP Court that has been operating for almost a year now. Read more about the IP Court in action in the May/June 2014 issue of the World Intellectual Property Review.

The IP court of Russia in action

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