Gowling WLG partners David Aylen And Vladislav Ugryumov contribute Russian chapter to The Patent Litigation Law Review (Fifth Edition)

29 November 2021

Partners David Aylen and Vladislav Ugryumov of Gowling WLG's Moscow office have again contributed their formidable knowledge of Russia’s IP landscape to the fifth edition of The Patent Litigation Law Review, published earlier this month. Authored by some of the world's leading IP practitioners, The Patent Litigation Law Review outlines patent litigation procedures across multiple global jurisdictions.

The Russia chapter of the publication offers a comprehensive review of the fundamental patent principles and procedures in Russia. Altogether, it serves a helpful compendium that highlights the various types of patents protected in Russia, while detailing procedures in patent enforcement and invalidity actions. The chapter also analyzes recent changes in substantive patent law and explores major court decisions over the past 12 months.

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About the authors

David Aylen is an internationally renowned intellectual property lawyer with extensive experience advising foreign nationals on doing business in Russia and the CIS, as well as helping emerging Russian companies establish and protect their IP rights around the world. As managing partner of Gowling WLG's Russia/CIS practice, David is a client's first point of contact to the Russian market. He provides strategic, practical legal advice to help clients understand and access the significant business opportunities available in Russia, as well as overcome any difficulties.

Under David's management, Gowling WLG's Russia/CIS practice brings a Western-style approach to legal issues and is consistently ranked as a top-tier IP practice. From IP litigation, patent and trademark prosecution to licensing, domain names, and advertising and marketing law, he makes sure clients receive the best possible service and results.

Vladislav Ugryumov focuses his practice on patent litigation and prosecution. With extensive experience in the life sciences sector, particularly in pharma and biotechnology, Vladislav helps clients realize value from their IP. In Russia and internationally, he is known for delivering exceptional service and timely, practical solutions to complex legal issues.

With his in-depth knowledge of the Russian IP market, Vladislav helps international clients do business in Russia and assists emerging Russian companies in establishing and protecting their IP rights. He has successfully represented numerous clients before the Russian Court and patent offices in Russia, Eurasia and across the CIS. Vladislav has consistently been recognized in top legal directories, including Who's Who Legal, Managing Intellectual Property, IAM Patent and The Best Lawyers in Russia.