The All-Russian Congress entitled “Economic and Legal Regulation of Innovative Activities 2013” organised by ASER Group will be held in Moscow on March 5-6, 2013. The IP/TMT Department Leader at Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners Law Offices, Pavel Sadovsky, is to attend the event.
The relevance this Congress is determined by the need to discuss the current legislation, the upcoming changes, the state’s innovative strategy, the existing problems in the field of innovative activities, the search for possible solutions and many other issues.
The Congress agenda includes seminars and round tables on the most topical subjects.
Pavel Sadovsky is to speak at the round table entitled “Protection of Intellectual Property Rights” which will take place on the first day of the Congress.
Issues to discuss:
- Legal protection of inventions, utility models, industrial design rights and trademarks. The state registration of intellectual property. Settlement of disputes related to the legal protection of intellectual property in innovative projects.
- Choice of intellectual property safeguards. Advantages and disadvantages of patent protection of intellectual property. Expediency and necessity of intellectual property patenting abroad. Registration of inventions by the Russian companies abroad. Application of international treaties and agreements.
- Issues related to the use of intellectual property on the Internet.
- Main innovations to the Russian Civil Code as related to the regulation of patent legal relationship and legal protection of intellectual property.
- Protection of intellectual property rights. Protection of trade secrets (know-how). Protection of exclusive rights to intellectual property. Main issues related to the protection of intellectual rights in administrative proceedings (protection of intellectual property rights in the Chamber for Patent Disputes, judicial appeals against decisions of the Chamber for Patent Disputes). Practical issues associated with settlement of disputes.
- Litigation practice as related to intellectual property disputes.