Patent Specialist and Coordinator
Aleksandr Belotcerkovskii is a patent specialist and coordinator at Papula-Nevinpat.
Aleksandr started his intellectual property career at Papula-Nevinpat’s St. Petersburg office as a part-time translator and then moved on to work as a full-time patent specialist from 2008 to 2010. His tasks included handling Russian patent applications and providing legal advice regarding the Russian patent law.
Aleksandr joined Papula-Nevinpat’s head office in Helsinki as a patent specialist in 2010 and is responsible for various assignments involving drafting and prosecution of patent applications, consulting clients in patenting matters and analyzing potential infringements.
Special expertiseCarbon nanotubes, Crystal growth, Graphene, Mobile work equipment, Nanoelectronics, Nanostructures, Optoelectronics, Polymers, Sensors, Solar cells, Wearable electronics
ArticlesArticle: The Russian Intellectual Property Legal Framework – Lawyer Monthly June 2014
Article: The Russian Intellectual Property Legal Framework
Article: Striving for improvement: a new IP court
Russian, English, French (and Finnish)
B. Sc. (physics), Saint Petersburg State Polytechnica University, 2009 Currently an undergraduate Master student at Hanken School of Economics, major: Intellectual Property Law