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Patents
1.
Legal framework
1.1
What are the sources of patent law in your jurisdiction?
 
Russian Federation
Part IV of the Civil Code, valid from 1 January 2008 (as amended by Federal Law 35-FZ of 12 March 2014) covers all issues relating to intellectual property. Chapter 72 of the Civil Code is particularly relevant to patent law.

For more information about this answer please contact: Nikolay Bogdanov from Gorodissky & Partners
1.2
Who can register a patent?
 
Russian Federation
The right to obtain a patent for an invention originally belongs to the inventor. This right may be transferred by virtue of law, including by universal succession, or by contract, including an employment contract.

For more information about this answer please contact: Nikolay Bogdanov from Gorodissky & Partners