Over the past 12 months Papula-Nevinpat has received many questions on managing IP rights in Russia and Ukraine. Our expert on these countries, Trademark Lawyer Riikka Palmos, provided some of the answers in a recent webinar. This is a roundup of what she said.
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Read the article in the latest issue of the World Intellectual Property Review (issue 4/2022) written by our European Trademark Attorney Riikka Palmos.
The state Intellectual Property Institute in Ukraine is currently under re-organization. We have listed some of the key changes.
Our trademark attorney Annikki Hämäläinen was interviewed for a piece in the Asia IP Magazine about Kazakhstan to create a roadmap for IP improvement.
The last episode in our spring 2021 Russia-Eurasia IP webinar series covered pharmaceutical patenting in Russia. The article includes the main points you should know.
Our patent specialist Aleksandr Belotcerkovskii shares some important insights on patenting in these four countries.
The second episode in our spring 2021 IP webinar series looked at Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan & Tajikistan. Here we summarize the most important takeaways for protecting trademarks in the region.
IP rights can play a crucial role in a company’s success story. Therefore, it is important for companies to systematically manage and protect their intellectual property. How to raise IP understanding - read our Linda Norrgård's blog post.
Information about possible exceptional arrangements at the patent offices in Finland, Russia and Eurasia due to coronavirus pandemic
Exceptional arrangement are in place at the following patent offices: Russia, EAPO, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
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Papula-Nevinpat's patent attorneys have been interviewed about the recent Memorandum of Understanding signed by Singapore and the Republic of Kazakhstan regarding an IP cooperation. The article appeared in the October 2019 edition of the Asia IP Magazine.
The 2019 INTA Annual Meeting is just days away! Our IP experts team, Annikki Hämäläinen, Heidi Mikkola, Jussi Mikkola, Riikka Palmos, Markku Simmelvuo and Marina Smirnova look forward to meeting as many clients and friends as possible.
Papula-Nevinpat’s team of IP experts is growing, as European Patent Attorney Miika Tupala has been appointed patent attorney as of 1 April 2019.
Also this year we are present at INTA 2019 in Boston and are arranging presentations on IP Trends in Russia and hosting a cocktail reception on Monday 20 May at the Revere Hotel Boston Common.
Folke Johansson, who heads our firm’s patent department, and Markku Simmelvuo, our Managing Director, were both ranked in the patent category in Finland. In Russia, Marina Smirnova was ranked in both the patent and trademark categories.
In the past, we used to think of software and machines as two distinct elements. Now we see the integration of these two, as machines are more equipped with smart technology. For traditional smokestack companies digital transformation creates also new opportunities and challenges in the protection of Intellectual Property, or IP.
The results are based on nominations from industry peers. WIPR Leaders ranks the leading IP practitioners in the world, listing over 1,700 lawyers.
Papula-Nevinpat continues its partnership with Aalto Entrepreneurship Society’s Kiuas Accelerator 2017 (former Summer of Startups)
Papula-Nevinpat wants to make sure that startups avoid the common IP mistakes and understand that IP is an important business tool.
In a recent decision СИП-32/2015 the Presidium of the IP Court withheld earlier decisions of the IP Court and the Chamber of Patent Disputes to revoke Russian patent 2222332 in full due to lack of novelty.
Article in the Expert Guide Intellectual Property 2016: IPR equally valuable in Russia as in other regions
Our patent attorney Erik Goussev has written an article in the Expert Guide Intellectual Property 2016 about IP & Russia