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Baker McKenzie, Kyiv Office, Oleksiy Stolyarenko, Kiev, UKRAINE

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Oleksiy Stolyarenko

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Work +380 44 590 0101
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Baker McKenzie LLP

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Intellectual Property, Information Technology

Position

Oleksiy is a senior associate at Baker McKenzie Kyiv specializing in intellectual property, information technology, encryption, personal data protection, e-commerce and advertising law.

Oleksiy Stolyarenko heads and coordinates the Firm’s IT\TMT Industry Group in the Kyiv office.

With more than a decade of experience, he advises both multinationals and Ukrainian companies on compliance with data privacy, cybersecurity and consumer protection regulations, complex technology and intellectual property issues related to technology transactions, start-ups, and the launch of innovative services and products in Ukraine.

Career

Before joining Baker McKenzie in 2008, Oleksiy worked in the State Department of Intellectual Property.

Languages

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

Member

Oleksiy is a member of the International Trademark Association (INTA), European Business Association (EBA), American Chamber of Commerce, New York bar, Ukrainian patent and trademark attorney bar.

Education

Oleksiy received the specialist degree in law from the National Law Academy of Ukraine named by Yaroslav Mydriy in 2005 Kharkiv, Ukraine and master degree in Intellectual Property, State Institute of Intellectual Property, Kyiv, Ukraine in 2008 and is admitted to practice law in Ukraine. He also received LL.M. degree from Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University (2009-2010) is admitted to practice law in the State of New York since 2011. Recipient of Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship, Final GPA - 3.185


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Intellectual property

Within: Next generation lawyers

Oleksiy Stolyarenko - 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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