Papula-Nevinpat in WIPR – A turning point for Russian legal services?

24.5.2019

There have been discussions and different projects pending about regulating the legal services in Russia for a long time. None of those projects has led to major changes, until now. It seems that now there is a real will for actual changes in the Russian legal services system.

What will change and when? Read the article in the World Intellectual Property Review that our our trademark attorneys Annikki Hämäläinen and Riikka Palmos have written here.

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