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Tatiana Sergunina

Lawyer

In Intellectual Property since 2013

Tatiana is a rising star in the Russian intellectual property sector. Her strong theoretical training combined with intense experience with the firm, makes her a strong lawyer who can handle cases that could be challenging for many of the more experienced legal professionals.

Practice Areas:
— Challenging trademark registrations at the Chamber for Trademark and Patent Disputes
— Challenging RUPTO examiners’ decisions at the Chamber for Trademark and Patent Disputes
— Challenging RUPTO’s decisions at the Court for Intellectual Property Rights
— Cancellation actions on a non-use basis

Career History:
Start–2013:   A consulting firm
2013–Now:    PATENTUS

Education:
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Law Department
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Foreign Languages Department

Languages:
English, French

Articles Published:
— Determination of amount of compensation for the violation of exclusive rights (Patent Attorney 3/2015, pages 39–50)
— Unfair competition in the field of Intellectual Property in Russia (Science and Modern Society: Cooperation and Development, materials of the International Scientific and Practical Conference, Ufa, 2014, pages 154–160)
— Legal protection of computer programs in the USA (Law and Order in Modern Society, materials of the International Scientific and Practical Conference, Novosibirsk, 2014, endorsed by S. Chernov, pages 56–60)
— Unfair competition in the matters of intellectual rights (We Speak Legal English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese: Students’ Annual Conference, Moscow, 2014, page 100)
— Some aspects of Romanized trademark registration (Language. Culture. Translation, materials of Annual Interuniversity Students’ Conference, Moscow, 2014, page 87)
— Border for Patent (Russian Business Paper # 943 (14) 15/04/2014)
— Main thing is balance of interests (Law Newspaper “ezh-YURIST” # 14 04/2014, page 8)
— Competence of Court for Intellectual Property Rights in the Russian Federation (Students Science Bulletin, Krasnodar, # 1–2, 2014, pages 82–85)
— Comparative analysis of the basic areas of civil and legal regulation of copyright to computer programs in Russia and overseas (Scientific 2013 Year-End Results: Achievements, Projects, Hypotheses, materials of the International Science and Practical Conference, Novosibirsk, 2013, endorsed by S. Chernov, pages 255–259)
— To strike a balance of interests (Law Newspaper “ezh-YURIST” # 35 09/2013, page 5)
— L’examen des differends des noms des domains l’OMPI (We Speak Legal English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese: Students’ Annual Conference, Moscow, 2012, pages 71–73 — co-authored with N. Lazarev)

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