Sayenko Kharenko's partner
Oleksandr Padalka has once again been recognized as
"Trademark Star" according to the IP Stars 2016 Handbook
released by Managing IP, the most authoritative and comprehensive
guide to leading IP firms and lawyers. This year's publication,
which for the first time is split into Trademark and Patent Stars,
features highly recommended practitioners in private practice in
over 40 jurisdictions.
"IP Star" is one of several recognitions Oleksandr has
received in the past several months. He has also been highly
recommended in the most recent editions of WTR 1000,
TheLegal 500, Best Lawyers
International and Ukrainian Law Firms.
Founded in 1990, Managing IP is leading source of news, data and
analysis on all intellectual property developments worldwide. The
research for "IP Stars" covers over 70 jurisdictions,
including the most active for IP protection, exploitation and
enforcement. It is carried out over a six-month period by a team of
researchers based in London, New York and Hong Kong. Inclusion is
based on merit and recommendation by peers and clients.
Sayenko Kharenko enjoys global reputation as a leading
Ukrainian law firm with an internationally oriented full-service
practice. The firm's leading market position builds on
continuous excellence of its highly specialized practice teams.
During the past two years, Sayenko Kharenko collected three of the
most prestigious professional excellence country awards, more
specifically, Law Firm of the Year by each of IFLR European Awards,
Who's Who Legal European Awards and Chambers Europe Award for
Excellence. Most recently, Sayenko Kharenko was crowned Ukraine Law
Firm of the Year by Who's Who Legal 2016, and shortlisted in
Russia, Ukraine & the CIS category by The Lawyer European
Awards 2016 and Ukraine Law Firm of the Year category by Chambers
Europe Awards 2016.
To learn more about Sayenko Kharenko expertise and
experience, please contact
Trading under your name is an appealing idea, especially in the fashion world where designers frequently use their own names as brands (think Hugo Boss, Donatella Versace, and Tom Ford, to name but a few).
1.The trade mark shall not entitle the proprietor to prohibit its use in relation to goods which have been put on the market in the Community under that trade mark by the proprietor or with his consent.
The future of the European Unified Patent Court (UPC) appears to look a bit clearer following recent ratification activities. On 16 January 2017, the Preparatory Committee for the UPC announced on its website that it is working under the assumption that the UPC can become operational in December 2017.
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