Two decisions that will improve IP enforcement in Russia
IP owners hope that Russia’s planned IP court will help them enforce their rights more effectively. But recent rulings on parallel imports and damages have also made their job easier
Russia’s new IP Court, set to open in March,
will be led by judge Lyudmila Novosyolova – a popular
choice among IP practitioners in Moscow – and be
staffed by a total of 20 judges. It will include a first...
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