Alexey Petrov

Education and qualifications

Partner CLAIMS BALKANS, Patent Attorney Reg. No. 1817

  • Alexey graduated from Saint Petersburg State University; Alexey holds a Master of Laws degree.
  • Alexey is currently pursuing a Ph.D. degree in Law at Saint Petersburg State University; Alexey's research topic is preventing unfair competition.
  • Alexey is the author of several publications in academic and business journals. Alexey has been teaching legal courses related to intellectual property since 2014.
  • Alexey is a member of The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and The International Trademark Association (INTA) since 2017.
  • Alexey has more than eight years of experience, including five years of experience in a company dealing with intellectual property matters, and more than three years of experience in a Big 4 firm.
Projects and practice

Alexey’s extraordinary experience in legal protection of intellectual property allows to:

  • Protect brands in Russia and foreign jurisdictions through registration of different types of trademarks, including non-traditional trademarks—positional, color, three-dimensional, and motion marks.
  • Protect well-known trademarks.
  • Conduct expert assessment of similarity of trademarks for judicial and administrative procedures.
  • Support legal aspects of patent procedures and know-how protection.
  • Carry out complex legal analysis of IP protection and prepare strategies for elimination of identified risks.
  • Establish Intellectual property rights and protection in the field of science, technology, and IT.
  • Manage projects relating to structuring and supporting transactions concerning intellectual property assets.
  • Litigate cases concerning intellectual property (Intellectual Property Court, State Arbitration and General Courts, the Chamber for Patent Disputes, and antimonopoly authorities).
  • Develop and implement legal positions influencing establishment of law enforcement practice in the Presidium of the Russian Intellectual Property Court.