Preventing early termination of Russian registered marks

By Sergey Treshchev and Alexey Pashinskiy

Russian courts are increasingly dealing with claims for the early termination of registered marks due to non-use

There appears to be a new trend in Russian case law concerning claims for the early termination of registered marks or Nice Classification classes due to non-use. Such claims are increasingly on the rise in Russia.

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