Top IP pitfalls and how to avoid them

While Ukrainian IP law may appear familiar, foreign companies should check the finer details in order to avoid the most common mistakes that rights holders make when entering the Ukrainian market

Foreign companies would be well advised to prioritise their IP strategies before entering the Ukrainian market. While the same would doubtless be claimed by lawyers practising corporate or banking law, practice confirms that a long, hard look at IP rights should precede the launch of any business in Ukraine. This article discusses common pitfalls that foreign business can face with respect to IP infringement and gives some pointers on how to avoid them.

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