Riikka Palmos has been invited to join ECTA Committees as a member of the International Trade Committee to strengthen their Russia/Ukraine IP expertise.
Riikka Palmos has been listed as WIPR – World IP Review: Influential Women in IPR 2022. We are delighted to have Riikka recognised as a leading industry expert.
In trademark as well as patent firm rankings in Finland, Papula-Nevinpat continues in the top tiers in Managing Intellectual Property’s IP STARS 2022, the guide to the world’s leading IP firms and practitioners.
Recently, the Russian as well as international media has published articles about plans to restrict the use of Intellectual Property (IP) rights in Russia. In order to clarify the situation, we have written a summary on the recent decisions and facts.
Read our announcement on the war in Ukraine and our IP services in the region.
The total number of trademark applications increased again in Russia in 2020. The number of trademark filings increased last year by more than 6,000 filings compared to 2019, with 93,926 applications in total.
Come and join us online to a series of IP webinars about patents and trademarks in the Russia-Eurasia region. See all details and register already now.
Papula-Nevinpat’s European trademark attorney Jussi Mikkola was again recognized as a key contact at Papula-Nevinpat, and our European trademark attorney Riikka Palmos made her first debut in the 2020 Edition of World Trademark Review 1000.
Did you know that the number of trademark applications again increased in Russia in 2019? There were over 10 000 more national trademark filings and 1 400 more international trademark filings than in 2018.
In case you couldn’t make it to the Russia IP Update sessions, you can read the presentation by our trademark attorney Riikka Palmos here.
New official patent, design and trademark fees have entered into force in Russia on 6 October 2017.
Here’s my choice of the most important reasons why it is crucial for a successful startup to take care of their intellectual property (IP) rights.
The new Regulation will enter into force on 23 March 2016. The most significant changes concern the classification of EU trade marks.