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How the status of a well-known brand protects business

Based on our experience, the well-known trademark status is a fairly effective tool in protecting trademark rights.

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Anton Koval appointed as Member to Standing Committee on Enforcement of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)

Partner of Doubinsky & Osharova Anton Koval re-appointed as Member to Standing Committee on Enforcement of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI). The Bureau has approved Anton’s appointment to this committee. The appointment will conclude on December 31, in three years’ time.

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Chambers and Partners have announced the results of Chambers Europe Ranking 2021

One of the most reputable international rankings Chambers and Partners has published the results of the study of the European legal services market.

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Managing Partner of Doubinsky & Osharova Michael Doubinsky performed as the speaker of the project PARTNERS' SCHOOL of Ukrainian Bar Association

The project enables partners of young law firms and practicing lawyers who are just planning to start their own business to get personal advice from the giants of the legal market - to hear insides from colleagues who have already gone through a thorny path and achieved significant results.

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Managing IP has released the first ranking results for the 2021 edition of IP STARS – the Trade mark firm rankings

Doubinsky & Osharova is recommended as the Tier 1 firm in Ukraine in all categories of trade marks work.

 

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Recognition of a well-known trademark

The well-known trademark embodies a high reputation of the business and recognition in the society. It is an extremely valuable intangible asset of its right holder that increases the value of the business and has the highest degree of protection according to the effective national legislation and the international instruments relating to the intellectual property Ukraine has ratified.

 

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The amendments to the patent legislation of Ukraine adopted in the summer of 2020 generate a lot of discussion

On March 4, 2021, the Intellectual Property Committee and the Pharmaceutical Law Committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association held an online meeting «Ukrainian Bolar and SPC».

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The struggle of foreign retailers for the Ukrainian market

The Ukrainian market continues to be of interest for foreign manufacturers. This is evidenced by the tension that arose between two Chinese retailers Miniso and Usupso. They decided to fight for their Ukrainian clients court.

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Protection of intellectual property rights at customs

On February 26, 2021, the Ukrainian Bar Assosiation’s Committee on Intellectual Property with the participation of Artem Tyshchenko, Head of the Department for Support to the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights, Department for Provision of Customs Control and Clearance of the Odessa Customs, the State Customs Service, discussed the protection of intellectual property rights at customs.

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