In one basket: intellectual disputes will be referred to the Commercial Courts  / Commentary / Delovoy Petersburg

Disputes concerning intellectual property may be fully referred to Commercial (‘Arbitration’) Courts, which, according to experts, will benefit business. Today, lawsuits related to the circulation of a range of intellectual property are considered by Courts of General Jurisdiction (CGJ) and Commercial (‘Arbitration’) Courts. In the former case, these are disputes between individuals, while in the latter, they are mainly between legal entities.

Vera Zotova, Ph.D. in Law and a Senior Associate in the Intellectual Property and Information Technologies Practice at Nordic Star also takes a positive view of the potential changes in the complete transfer of intellectual property lawsuits to the Commercial (‘Arbitration’) Courts.

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Vera Zotova
Senior Associate, PhD in Law

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St. Petersburg