MOSCOW, 14 May – Gowling WLG Russia’s patent and trademark practitioners have been distinguished as "IP Stars" and ranked among the world’s leading intellectual property experts by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP).
Three partners from Moscow office have been nominated by MIP in more than one IP category: David Aylen and Alexander Christophoroff have been listed in both ‘Patents’ and ‘Trademarks’ categories and Vladislav Ugryumov appeared in ‘Patents’ category.
This year's edition of "IP Stars" has ranked the firm and its lawyers highly across six of Gowling WLG's key jurisdictions: the UK, Canada, Russia, UAE, France and Germany, awarding 36 IP practitioners the prestigious “IP Star” nomination.
Considered one of the world's foremost IP rankings, MIP's "IP Stars" identifies the leading private practice IP practitioners globally who have been highly recommended by their peers, based on an extensive research process that covers 80 jurisdictions - including the key markets for IP protection, exploitation and enforcement. Released annually, the results are based on assessment of the strength of the firm's IP team, workload, outcomes achieved for clients and track record.
About Gowling WLG Russia:
For three decades, Gowling WLG has been a recognized leader in the protection of intellectual property rights in Russia and the CIS region. Through the strength of our Moscow office, the firm continues to deliver strategic advice and tailored solutions in all aspects of IP law to a global clientele. We are a trusted adviser to many of the world’s leading innovators and brand owners on the Fortune Global 500 list. Clients appreciate the superior quality of our services, strategic and practical approach, and responsiveness. Learn more
About Gowling WLG’s IP Group:
With unmatched expertise in patents, trademarks, brands and designs, advertising, IP litigation and more, Gowling WLG's global IP team has been winning cases for clients around the world for more than 125 years. Learn more
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