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Should you opt out or stay in?

Finland23-06-2022

A rightsholder’s size and patent footprint may help decide whether they participate in the new patent and court, explain Folke Johansson and Tomi Konkonen of Papula-Nevinpat

Finland: A guide to high-tech patenting

Finland22-04-2022Matti Brax

Patenting high-tech discoveries and inventions is where science meets business. It’s an area that can be tough to navigate, as the prior-art landscape—against which patent applications are typically drafted and evaluated—may be patchy and not well organised.

Russia: A new way to protect designs

EU, Russia28-11-2021Irmeli Nokkanen and Mariya Beltyukova

The Eurasian Patent Office started accepting Eurasian design patent applications in June this year, adding another route for applicants seeking protection in the region, explain Irmeli Nokkanen and Mariya Beltyukova of Papula-Nevinpat.

Russia jurisdiction report: The current picture of trademarks

Russia26-05-2021Riikka Palmos

The total number of trademark applications increased again in Russia in 2020. The number of trademark filings increased last year by more than 6,000 filings compared to 2019, with 93,926 applications in total.

Russia jurisdiction report: Landing a licence

Russia29-03-2021Annikki Hämäläinen and Erik Viik

IP owners are free to exploit their rights in different forms, including by entering into licence agreements. Licence agreements are regulated by the Russian Civil Code. Under a licence agreement, one party—the owner—grants or undertakes to grant the other party with the right to use the trademark/patent within the limits stipulated by the contract.

Russia jurisdiction report: Dealing with patent infringements

Russia21-10-2020Erik Viik

The Russian patent litigation system is bifurcated: patent infringement cases are heard by courts, while patent invalidity actions are filed with the Chamber of Patent Disputes, a sub-division of Rospatent, the Russian IP office.

Russia jurisdiction report: Customs registration—pros and cons

Russia27-04-2020Annikki Hämäläinen

Although the introduction of the IP register of the Eurasian Customs Union is already established, the member states have so far failed to implement it in practice. Therefore, trademarks still have to be separately registered in all national customs registers of the Eurasian Customs Union member states, including Russia.

Russia jurisdiction report: A new system to rival Madrid?

Russia25-11-2019Riikka Palmos

You may have heard rumours about a new trademark protection system created in Eurasia. What exactly does the Eurasian region encompass, and how does the new system work?

Russia jurisdiction report: A turning point for Russian legal services?

Russia22-05-2019Annikki Hämäläinen and Riikka Palmos

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. A new reform project is pending.

Russia jurisdiction report: The rules on patent opposition

Russia14-09-2018Erik Goussev

In Russia, third parties may dispute the validity of a granted patent by filing an opposition with the Patent Disputes Chamber, a department of the Federal Service for Intellectual Property (Rospatent), located in Moscow. The opposition period is not limited, meaning that an opposition can be filed any time after a patent is granted.

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