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Sayenko Kharenko, Yaroslav Ognevyuk, Kiev, UKRAINE

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Yaroslav Ognevyuk

Tel:
Work +38 044 499 6000
Email:
Sayenko Kharenko

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Intellectual Property

Position

Yaroslav Ognevyuk, partner at Sayenko Kharenko, advises clients on all intellectual property issues with a special focus on building strategies of IP portfolios, IP litigation and brand protection. His areas of expertise cover suppression of unfair competition, trademark disputes, patent and utility model disputes, design disputes, copyright disputes, domain name disputes, plant variety disputes, etc. 

Yaroslav is one of the most experienced experts in Ukraine in anti-counterfeit cases, customs' seizures, cancellations and recognition of well-known trademarks.

Career

Prior to joining Sayenko Kharenko, Yaroslav worked for a leading IP agency in Ukraine.

Languages

Ukrainian, Russian, English

Member

  • International Trademark Association (INTA), member of the Anti-counterfeiting Committee
  • Ukrainian Bar Association (UBA), member of the Board
  • Ukrainian Advocates Association
  • Kyiv Bar Association
  • Ukrainian Group of International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)
  • American Chambers of Commerce in Ukraine
  • European Business Association 

Education

  • Master of Laws, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
  • LL.M. from Kyiv Intellectual Property Institute of National University “Odesa Academy of Law” (with honours)
  • WIPO Worldwide Academy


Ukraine

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Sayenko Kharenko handles litigation, anti-counterfeiting, rights management and specific advice to IT sector clients on matters such as outsourcing. Partner Yaroslav Ognevyuk heads the IP practice. Oleksandr Padalka is a leading light. Counsel Oleg Klymchuk, who counts Anheuser-Busch InBev among his clients, and senior associate Volodymyr Smelik are also noted.

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Legal Developments by:
Sayenko Kharenko

  • Sayenko Kharenko acts as legal counsel to DTEK Renewables for construction of Primorskaya WEP with a

    Sayenko Kharenko has acted as legal counsel to DTEK Renewables, which manages DTEK projects in renewable energy, on construction of Primorskaya Wind Electric Plant LLC (Primorskaya WEP) with a capacity of 200 MW. DTEK Renewables is currently one of the largest producers of renewable electric energy in Ukraine and accounts for about 10% of “green” capacities market.
    - Sayenko Kharenko

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    AVELLUM acted as the Ukrainian legal counsel to the joint lead managers, Citigroup Global Markets Limited and Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch, with respect to EUR600 million and USD335 million Eurobond offering of Naftogaz of Ukraine.
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    AVELLUM acted as the Ukrainian legal counsel to Cornerstone Partners, a co-owner of IT Kontrakt, a Polish IT Company, on the acquisition of CoreValue, a US-headquartered IT service provider with Ukrainian roots.
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    AVELLUM acted as the Ukrainian legal counsel to the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine on another milestone Eurobond deal. The issue by Ukraine of EUR1 billion notes with a 7-year tenor marks the first euro-denominated offering Ukraine has made in almost 15 years.
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    AVELLUM acted as the legal counsel to SM Invest Construction B.V., a solar PV plants developer, on the sale of shares in the holding company, which owns the underlying assets to develop a 148MW solar power plant in Mykolaiv region. Scatec Solar, a leading and globally acting solar energy producer, acted as the purchaser.
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