Operating in Moscow since July 2013, the Intellectual Property Court was expected to raise the level of professionalism in the resolution and adjudication of intellectual property disputes, increase transparency of the decision-making, and boost confidence in the Russian IP system among domestic and foreign IP owners.
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Erik Goussev, Papula-Nevinpat, Rospatent, IP rights, infringement, trademark, CIS,