Ms Nataliya Dryuk > Aequo > Kiev, Ukraine > Lawyer Profile
SENATOR BUSINESS CENTRE, 15TH FLOOR
32/2 MOSKOVSKA STREET
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Ms Nataliya Dryuk
Corporate and Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property
Nataliya is an experienced trademarks and patents litigator. She is an attorney-at-law since 2007.
Nataliya effectively manages patent disputes in pharmaceutical industry on the stake of chemistry, biology, and IP. Her recent experience includes handling precedent-setting patent cases related to pharmaceuticals as well as number of complex trademark disputes in different industries.
She is experienced in issues of licensing, corporate restructurings, and foreign holding company administration.
Nataliya also takes part in the performance of complex due diligence exercises in various industry sectors.
Best Lawyers 2020 recommends Nataliya in Intellectual Property.
Ukrainian Law Firms. A Handbook for Foreign Clients 2020 recognized Natalya in IP and Medicine & Healthcare / Pharmaceuticals.
Nataliya is highly recommended by IP Stars 2018-2019: “She is excellent in all aspects of dispute resolution in the IP area.”
English, Russian, Ukrainian
Kyiv Region Bar Association (admitted since 2007), Ukrainian Bar Association (UBA)
Donetsk National University, Master of Laws, Donetsk, 2006
Aequo has a first-rate IP offering, despite seeing former practice head Oleksandr Mamunya leave to launched his own firm, Mamunya IP, The group includes counsel Nataliya Dryuk, who has more than 12 years of experience in IP litigation. In addition, senior patent attorney Nataliia Nesterenko and Yulia Chyzhova are also vastly experienced practitioners. Counsel Tetiana Kudrytska was formerly head of the government’s judicial reform department. Other key figures include of counsel Mykola Kovinya, who joined from Kovinya Consulting and senior associate Alina Podolyak, who was hired from Show4me Music Interaction Network. The firm handles the full range of contentious IP work, as well as advising on IP registration and portfolio management. IT head Mykyta Polatayko is also recommended.