"Vakhnina&Partners" is recommended by IAM Patent 1000 for 2020/21
New issue of IAM Patent 1000 for year 2020/2021 included "Vakhnina and Partners", Russian and Eurasian Patent and Trademark Attorneys Firm, in two ratings:
- in the area "litigation and transactions", - in the area "prosecution". "Vakhnina and Partners" is one of 8 recommended Russian IP Firms in the area "litigation and transactions". As to the area "Prosecution", our Firm is a recommended IP Firm among 13 Russian Patent IP Firms.
Senior Partner Dr. Tatiana Vakhnina is also included in individual lists of recommended specialists in Russian Federation in areas "Litigation" and "Prosecution".
Dr. Alexey Vakhnin (Patent Attorney of the Firm) and Dr. Elena Utkina (Patent Attorney, Head of the Patent Department of the Firm) are included in the individual lists of recommended
colleagues for recommendations in surveys of IAM Patent 1000!
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IAM about Vakhnina&Partners:
A well-earned position in both Russian tables bears testament to Vakhnina and Partners’ versatility: whether clients require assistance with portfolio management, licensing or disputes, it has all bases covered. Meanwhile, a robust network of trusted contacts ensures that it can effortlessly dispatch matters across the Eurasian region. Founder and mechanics expert Dr. Tatyana Vakhnina leads a formidable team, including dynamos Alexey Vakhnin and Elena Utkina. Educated to PhD level in medicine and biochemistry, Dr. Vakhnin is the firm’s managing partner and was recently made a member of the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys. Dr. Utkina has incomparable insider knowledge from her previous role as deputy director of Rospatent; among other things, she was one of the architects of the Patent Prosecution Highway programme between Rospatent and its Japanese counterpart. With regard to this stellar group, one client enthuses: “I have always found them to be efficient and professional for issues we have worked on together. Equally, they are also extremely charming and personable as individuals.”