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Oleksandr Mamunya

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Aequo

Position

Partner specialising in Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property

Career

Oleksandr Mamunya is an attorney-at-law and a registered patent and trademark attorney. Since 2003 he has been practicing law in the areas of Intellectual Property (patents, trademarks, trade names, copyright and related rights, domain names) and Litigation.

His legal expertise includes litigation and out-of-court dispute resolution over a number of patents, well-known trademarks and trade names of many major Ukrainian and foreign/international companies. In addition, he is experienced in trademark and patent prosecution; he has worked on complex IP assignments and licensing, and conducted IP due diligence.

Oleksandr Mamunya works in close cooperation with the Ukrainian PTO and is involved in projects for improving the mechanisms of intellectual property rights protection in Ukraine. He has participated in drafting and amending a number of legislative acts regarding the intellectual property relations in Ukraine.

Oleksandr is repeatedly recommended by national and international directories, including Best Lawyers, Chambers Europe, The Legal 500, World Trademark Review 1000, The Ukrainian Law Firms. A Handbook for Foreign Clients, WIPR Leaders, Yuridicheskaya Practika Legal Awards, 50 Leading Law Firms of Ukraine, Top 100 Best Lawyers of Ukraine. Clients' Choice, etc.

Languages

English, Russian, Ukrainian

Member

All-Ukrainian Association of Patent and Trademark Attorneys (admitted to practice as patent and trademark attorney since 2010); Association for Pharmaceutical Research and Development; European Business Association (IP Committee Leader); International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI); International Trademark Association (INTA); Kyiv Region Bar Association (admitted to Bar since 2005); Public Council of the State Intellectual Property Service of Ukraine; Ukrainian Bar Association (UBA) (member of the Board of IP Committee); Ukrainian Club for Agrarian Business (Legal Counsel to Crop Protection and Seeds Committee); Ukrainian Internet Association (UIA); Ukrainian Trademark Association (UTA) (Member of the Board)

Education

State Institute of Intellectual Property, 2009; World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Academy, 2005; Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Law Faculty, 2004


Ukraine

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

At ‘exciting, young, go-to litigation firmAequo, ‘clever and responsivePavlo Byelousov heads the international arbitration practice and Oleksandr Mamunya is the litigation head. The firm is acting for a European bank in a $355m ICC matter.

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Intellectual property

Within: Leading individuals

Oleksandr Mamunya - Aequo

Within: Intellectual property

Oleksandr Mamunya’s full-service IP team at Aequo is ‘accurate, business focused, competent and experienced’. The group acted for a Dutch company in numerous trade mark infringement matters.

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