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RENAISSANCE BUSINESS CENTER, 24 BULVARNO-KUDRIAVSKA STREET, 01601 KYIV, UKRAINE
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Baker McKenzie, Kyiv Office, Yuliya Kolchenko, Kiev, UKRAINE

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Yuliya Kolchenko

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Intellectual Property

Position

Yuliya Kolchenko is a Senior Associate in the Kyiv office of Baker McKenzie, specializing in intellectual property law, including complex trademark and patent advisory, intellectual property enforcement and anti-counterfeiting, pharmaceuticals, franchising, licensing and IP transactions, due diligence, dispute resolution and IP litigation, regulatory matters.

Career

Prior to joining the Kyiv Office of Baker McKenzie in 2007, Ms. Kolchenko worked in a Ukrainian IP law firm.

Languages

In addition to her native Ukrainian, Yuliya is fluent in English and Russian.

Member

In 2018 Yuliya Kolchenko was elected to the Council of the IP committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association.

Education

Ms. Kolchenko received her degree in law from the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University in 2005 as well as graduated from the Intellectual Property Institute in 2000. Since 2007 she holds a master degree from Lund University, Sweden. Ms. Kolchenko is a licensed defense attorney (advocate) in Ukraine.


Ukraine

Intellectual property

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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