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Baker McKenzie, Kyiv Office

RENAISSANCE BUSINESS CENTER, 24 BULVARNO-KUDRIAVSKA STREET, 01601 KYIV, UKRAINE
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Work +380 44 590 0101
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Ruslan Drobyazko

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Work +380 44 590 0101
Email:
Baker McKenzie LLP

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Intellectual Property

Position

Ruslan   is a Partner and Head of Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property Department based in Kyiv. He provides comprehensive services in connection with structuring transactions related to intellectual property and information technologies, anti-counterfeiting and IP enforcement matters, securing the intellectual property rights of its clients in Ukraine and protecting clients against unfair business.

Career

Prior to joining the Kyiv Office of Baker McKenzie in 2001, Mr. Drobyazko worked for an international law firm for five years. In July 2009 Mr. Drobyazko was promoted to Partner.

Languages

In addition to his native Ukrainian, Mr. Drobyazko is fluent in English and Russian.

Member

Ruslan Drobyazko is a Co-Chairman of the Intellectual Property Rights Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine. Before that, Ruslan served as a Secretary of the Intellectual Property Rights Committee for a number of years. He is also a member of the International Trademark Association.

Education

Ruslan Drobyazko graduated from the International Law Department of the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University in 1997. Mr. Drobyazko is a licensed defense attorney of Ukraine. He is admitted to practice law in Ukraine and is a registered Patent Attorney of Ukraine.


Ukraine

Intellectual property

Within: Leading individuals

Ruslan Drobyazko - Baker McKenzie, Kyiv Office

Within: Intellectual property

At Baker McKenzie, Kyiv Office, Ruslan Drobyazko represented Nissan in numerous trade mark prosecution, clearance and opposition cases. Other clients include 3M and Columbia Sportswear. Senior associates Oleksiy Stolyarenko and Yuliya Kolchenko are also recommended.

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