Gowling WLG is pleased to co-host the International Trademark Association's (INTA) pre-annual meeting reception and education session in Moscow on March 28. The event, which explores intellectual property rights and parallel imports in Russia, is organized in partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia.
Held at the Moscow Marriott Royal Aurora Hotel, the session will feature an interactive roundtable discussion moderated by David Aylen, managing partner of Gowling WLG’s Moscow office, and Alexis Rodzianko, president and CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia.
The roundtable will comprise a number of industry and government leaders with unique insight into Russia’s intellectual property regime, including:
- Tatiana Sazonova, head of IP&S Russia and CIS, Philips
- Sergei Shurygin, deputy head, IP rights legal protection department, Eurasian Economic Commission
- Anastassia Sinitsyna, partner, Gowling WLG
- Elena Izmailova, head, IP rights legal protection department, Eurasian Economic Commission
- Maria Lukina, head of legal department, Mary Kay Russia
With offices in 18 cities around the globe, Gowling WLG is home to one of the world’s premier intellectual property practices. In Russia, our award-winning team of IP practitioners has worked seamlessly with a global clientele for 25 years to deliver strategic advice in all aspects of IP law throughout Russia and the CIS.
INTA’s 2017 Annual Meeting in Barcelona, Spain, takes place May 20 through May 24. The Annual Meeting is the trademark community’s premier event for networking, continuing legal education, and committee and client meetings. Last year’s Annual Meeting was attended by more than 10,000 intellectual property professionals from 140 countries. Please visit INTA’s website to learn more.