Article: Well-known trademarks: Just a dream in Russia?

19.6.2012

Mrs Riikka Palmos, our European Trademark Attorney and the Administrative Director, has more than fifteen years of experience in trademarks in Finland and the Western Countries, and particularly in Russia and the CIS countries. She has written many articles which have been published in major global publications.

Now you can read her latest report on well-known trademarks in Russia, published in World Intellectual Property Review (May/June 2012).

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