Article: The Russian Intellectual Property Legal Framework – Lawyer Monthly June 2014

23.6.2014
Alex Belotcerkovskii, Patent Specialist, has been with Papula-Nevinpat since 2009. He is very familiar with the latest changes in the Russian legislation and patent prosecution.

In this article, published in the Lawyer Monthly June 2014 issue, Mr Belotcerkovskii provides us with information relating to the key reforms in Russian IP laws.

The Russian Intellectual Property Legal Framework, June 2014

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