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Aleksey Arinushkin

Aleksey Arinushkin

Aleksey Arinushkin
Profile: Intellectual Property Practice for Trademarks and License Agreements

Patent Attorney No. 1808

Aleksey advises in the field of intellectual property and provides the following services: registration and international registration of trademarks, computer programs and databases, registration of patents, challenging decisions of the Federal Institute of Industrial Property (FIPS) on the issue/refusal to issue certificates and patents, drafting and registration of contracts for alienation and disposal of industrial property, preparation and registration of license agreements, representation of clients in the Chamber for Patent Disputes and the Patent Court of the Russian Federation.

Before joining BBNP, Aleksey worked as the chief lawyer in the IT Department of RENOVA Group for two years

Later, he worked as a lawyer for an IT company in Singapore for more than two years

Selective projects:
  • Registration of franchising (commercial concession) agreements, including multilateral ones, with the Federal Service for Intellectual Property
  • Filing objections to granting legal protection to utility model patents
  • Participation in patent challenges in the Chamber for Patent Disputes
  • Preparation of reasoned objections to the refusal to register trademarks being confusingly similar to a trademark having an earlier priority
  • Registration of combined trademarks with unprotected elements
  • Making changes to trademark applications and trademark certificates
  • Registration of computer programs in the relevant state register
  • Registration of trademarks in the Customs Register
Education

Aleksey graduated from the Faculty of Law of Moscow State University. He holds a specialist degree.

Aleksey graduated with honours from Moscow Institute of Linguistics, where he was awarded the qualification of a translator in the field of professional communications

Patent Attorney Certificate No. 1808

Foreign Languages

English

Selective publications
  • 2011 Article. The Prospects of Development of Patent Courts in Russia. PRAVO.RU. Co-author.