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Mr Denis Voevodin
Intellectual Property and Technology
Denis Voevodin is a partner in Dentons’ Moscow office, head of European Intellectual Property and Technology practice. Denis has nearly 25 years of experience in a broad spectrum of areas of contentious and non-contentious IP matters and is recognized as one of the top IP practitioners in Russia and the CIS. He has considerable experience of acting in trademark, patent and copyright litigation proceedings as well as advising on anti-counterfeit activity. His work actively concerns acquisition and disposal of companies with valuable intellectual property rights and complex technology as well as copyright, trademark and patent rights.
Partner and Head of European IP and Technology practice – Dentons (formerly Salans), Moscow (2008 to date), Of Counsel – Salans, Moscow (2001-2008)
Russian, English, German.
International Trademark Association (INTA);
MARQUES (The Association of European Trade Mark Owners);
The Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group (PTMG);
American Bar Association (ABA)
Denis passed the Patent Bar exam in 1995 and is qualified as Trademark Attorney;
Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO), 1993, Master’s Degree.
Russia > Intellectual property(Leading individuals)
Dentons, according to one client, has ‘the strongest IP practice, which is able to quickly develop a winning strategy and find creative solutions allowing clients to meet any challenge successfully’. Practice co-head Victor Naumov, who has ‘a brilliant legal mind’ and ‘understands the specifics of the business’, led the team in representing First HD TV in copyright infringement proceedings against Kartina TV. Denis Voevodin is ‘a very experienced litigator’ and heads the IP department in Moscow. Counsel Tatiana Nikiforova ‘combines great expertise with incredible dedication’.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance: Lender or arranger side
- Commercial, corporate and M&a: Moscow
- Commercial, corporate and M&a: St Petersburg and elsewhere
- Intellectual property
- PPP and infrastructure projects
- Real estate and construction