Anastasia is a registered Patent and Trademark Attorney of Ukraine working in IP since 2004.
She primarily focuses on legal strategies for protecting and enforcing IP rights, patent and trademark prosecution, pre-trial counselling, copyright enforcement, geographical indications, trade names, industrial designs, and representing clients before the Chamber of Appeals of the UA PTO.
Anastasia provides a diverse range of services at every stage of the IP life cycle, from pre-filing consulting (preparatory work) to post-grant oppositions, further assignment, and licensing. She possesses deep knowledge of prosecution matters and consistently delivers comprehensive analysis. Her recommendations are presented in a clear and easily understandable manner. She always goes the extra mile.
Anastasia is the author of many academic articles regarding IP and is the co-author of several monographs on the protection and enforcement of IP rights. From 2005 to 2012 she trained students as a Senior Lecturer on intellectual property law at the Branch Law Department of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and has been awarded scholarships of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine as a young scientist.
Moreover, she participated in a number of working groups to develop, improve, and enforce intellectual property legislation in Ukraine.
Anastasia is a member and active participant of National Association of Patent Attorneys of Ukraine, Ukrainian Bar Association (UBA).
Her recent matters:
Advising one of the world fastest-growing direct selling companies on possible strategies against its key trademark infringement by the third party who attempted to register a similar mark in Ukraine for the goods related to non-medicated cosmetics and pharmaceutical preparations. The case included collection of evidence, preparing and filing an opposition against the conflicting mark.
Advising a global health information technology and clinical research on available strategies for protecting against unfair competition, the case included collecting evidence, preparing and filing an opposition against the conflicting mark.
Supporting a well-known US multi-level marketing (MLM) company that sells health, beauty, and homecare products in the complicated trademark prosecution matter. The project included not only drafting a reply to the Provisional refusal but negotiating with the owner of the opposing mark the terms and conditions of a possible co-existence agreement, drafting and filing the latter with the UA PTO.
Assisting in the assignment of several patent applications and registrations to the global digital agricultural company, advising on the peculiarities of the applicable Ukrainian law.
State Institute of Intellectual Property, 2005
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Academy, 2005
Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman (KNEU), Law, 2003