Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat & Partners

Patent and Trademark Attorneys

Eurasian Patent Attorneys of MSP

Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat & Partners incorporates 2 registered Eurasian patent attorneys:

Mrs. Elena L. Nosyreva, Eurasian patent attorney
Mrs. Svetlana Kuznetsova, Eurasian patent attorney

Therefore, Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat & Partners offer the full range of legal services related to patent registration within the Eurasian Patent Convention ( See more information about Eurasian patent procedure, prosecution, and litigation* and information about Eurasian regional phase entry)

Eurasian Patent Attorneys of Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat and Partners will assist you in respect of Eurasian patents starting from filing of the Eurasian application to maintenance of the Eurasian Patent in force.

General Information on the Eurasian patent organization

The Eurasian patent office of the Eurasian patent organization is an intergovernmental and international organization based on the Eurasian Patent Convention (EAPC). The EAPO provides services for protection of intellectual and industry property granting the Eurasian patents after consideration of received applications for different types of inventions. By now, the EAPO has registered more than 50000 patents in the Register of the Eurasian patents that covers the territory of all Contracting States* of the Eurasian Patent Convention, after paying all initial and annual maintenance fees .

It is important to mention that Moldova also used to be a member of the Eurasian Patent Convention, but recently deposited a notification of denunciation of the Eurasian Patent Convention that took effect on April 26, 2012.

However, this denunciation has no effect for granted Eurasian patents and conventional or PCT applications containing designation of the Republic of Moldova for a Eurasian patent filed before April 26, 2012. Therefore, if the application with the filing date earlier than April 26, 2012 enters the Eurasian regional phase, the Eurasian patent issued in respect of such application may be valid in Moldova provided that annuities are paid for said country. If the PCT application was filed on or after April 26, 2012 for obtaining protection in Moldova it is necessary to enter the Moldavian national phase separately.
* Contracting States of the Eurasian Patent Convention:
1. The Republic of Azerbaijan
2. The Republic of Armenia
3. The Republic of Belarus
4. The Republic of Kazakhstan
5. The Republic of Kyrgyzstan
6. The Russian Federation
7. The Republic of Tajikistan
8. Turkmenistan

If you are interested in professional assistance of a Eurasian Patent Attorneys, please contact us.