Russia Elena A Solovyova

Senior Partner - ARS-Patent & Trademark

Elena Solovyova is a senior partner, co-founder and trademark attorney for ARS-Patent & Trademark. Dr Solovyova played a key role in establishing the firm in partnership with V Rybakov and V Sergeev in 1993. With extensive experience in the registration of trademarks in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, she performs all duties necessary to ensure the continued soundness and stability of the firm’s operations. She provides leadership, management and direction, devising and defining new business development objectives and strategies with a focus on the firm’s overall direction.

Dr Solovyova obtained her patent agent certificate from the Russian Intellectual Property and Innovations Institute. In 1995 she was certified as a trademark attorney and in 1998 she wrote her dissertation on well-known trademarks in Russia, earning a PhD.

ARS-Patent & Trademark is a Russian law firm with a global perspective which has a team of over 50 professionals, including 20 patent and trademark attorneys, operating from St Petersburg and Moscow. Dr Solovyova has been listed as one of the world’s leading legal practitioners in the Who’s Who of Trademark Lawyers 2010 and Russia’s Best Lawyers, 2009-2014. Best Lawyers also nominated her as Lawyer of the Year – Intellectual Property in 2013. In 2014 Ms Solovyova was awarded the Women in Law Award 2014 by Lawyer Monthly magazine. She is also listed as one of the leading women in intellectual property in Managing Intellectual Property's IP Stars – The Top 250 Women in Intellectual Property 2016.

Professional associations

  • INTA

Firm details

ARS-Patent & Trademark
Pevchesky Pereulok 12A
Light House
4th Floor
St Petersburg 197101

Contact details

T: +7 812 600 67 07
F: +7 812 325 98 15

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