Music in cafes, bars and restaurants has become an integral part of their atmosphere, because it helps visitors to relax, cheers up and brings elements of the holiday into our daily lives.detail
Managing partner of Doubinsky & Osharova Michael Doubinsky took part in the online marathon for the World Anti-Counterfeiting Day on June 9, 2020.detail
On June 6, 2020, Victoria Sopilnyak spoke at the IP-Web-Day: Trademarks and Copyright held by the Higher School of Advocacy of the Ukrainian National Bar Association.detail
Trademarks, patents, industrial designs, copyright, trade secrets – all mentioned may be related to the real estate and construction field.detail
The spread of the coronavirus infection and as a result transition of life and business into the online space has stimulated the creation of various masterclasses.detail
The coronavirus pandemic is the absolute top issue of last two months. This changed our everyday life.detail
Every year the April issue of The Ukrainian Journal of Business Law traditionally takes a closer look at the Intellectual Property topic. In the #4 2020 Cover story interview, Victoria Sopilnyak, partner of “Doubinsky and Osharova”, talked about the main trends in the field of intellectual property in Ukraine, including the ongoing reform, inquiries from the clients, digitalization impact, and competition on the IP services market.
For the full text of the interview follow the link.
About the digitalization trend in the intellectual property practice and what consequences this could have for right holders, about the number of trademarks and patent disputes, challenges the IP practice will face in 2020 considering the future legislative changes and whether the bots will replace patent attorneys and IP lawyers in the nearest future please read in the comment of Victoria Sopilnyak, partner of Doubinsky & Osharova, for Yuridicheskaya Practika newspaper.detail
About main judicial trends in resolving IP-cases, namely, the courts’ approaches to the assessment of the expert opinions as, in fact, a substantial evidence in IP disputes, extension of terms of consideration of IP-related disputes, use of the preliminary injunction mechanism, as well as high expectations for the earliest launch of the High Intellectual Property Court please read in the comment of Victoria Sopilnyak, partner of “Doubinsky & Osharova”.detail