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Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited

Baker & McKenzie - CIS, Limited, Denis Khabarov, Moscow, RUSSIA

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Denis Khabarov

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Denis Khabarov - Baker McKenzie - Moscow - Lawyer Profile Chambers Global 2016 - Chambers and Partners

General IP advice, IP enforcement and anti-piracy, dispute resolution. Heads IP litigation and
enforcement sub-division of the firm's IP Practice Group in Moscow. Member of the Steering
Committee of the firm's European IP Practice Group.

Position

Partner

Career

Denis Khabarov - Baker McKenzie - Moscow - Lawyer Profile Chambers Global 2016 - Chambers and Partners

Joined Baker McKenzie in Moscow in 2001.

Languages

Fluent in Russian, English, Spanish.

Member

Denis Khabarov - Baker McKenzie - Moscow - Lawyer Profile Chambers Global 2016 - Chambers and Partners

Moscow City Bar, International Trademark Association (INTA), International Anti-Counterfeiting
Coalition (IACC).

Education

Denis Khabarov - Baker McKenzie - Moscow - Lawyer Profile Chambers Global 2016 - Chambers and Partners

Degree in Law (with honors), Russian Peoples’ Friendship University, Law Department, 2000;
Master's Degree (with honors), same university, 2002. 


Russia

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

The team at Baker & McKenzie–CIS, Limited has ‘a deep knowledge of trade mark law’, and ‘is well able to resolve complicated IP matters’. Practice head Eugene Arievich represented Hotel Cipriani in its long-running dispute against Altinus Trading over the Cipriani trade mark. Denis Khabarov heads the IP litigation practice, and Margarita Divina is the key contact for non-contentious matters.

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