Head of Legal Department Kirill Osipov

Kirill Osipov

Head of Legal Department

Our Team

  • Kirill V. Osipov

    Head of Legal Department

    • Russian Patent Attorney, Reg. # 1356
    • Eurasian Patent Attorney, Reg. # 275
  • Office

    St. Petersburg

  • Areas of work
    • Inventions
    • Utility models
    • Patent Litigation
  • Foreign languages
    • English
  • Technology
    • Chemistry
    • Biotechnology
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Medicine
  • Membership in professional societies
    • Russian Chamber of Patent Attorneys
    • St. Petersburg Bar of Patent Attorneys (Council member)

office@ars-patent.com

Education

Mr. Kirill Osipov graduated with honors from St. Petersburg State University, the Department of Biology and Soil Science, the Division of Genetics and Biotechnology. Later, he graduated from National Research University “Higher School of Economics” with a specialization in civil law. In 2011, Mr. Osipov was certified as a Russian Patent Attorney with a specialization in “Inventions and Utility Models” and as a Eurasian Patent Attorney.

Practice

Prior to entering the Intellectual Property Law practice, Mr. Osipov was a scientific researcher at Institute of Experimental Medicine in St. Petersburg.
Mr. Osipov started his career in the field of IP in 2006. He joined the team of ARS-Patent in 2014. Mr. Osipov’s focus in his practice is patent prosecution and litigation, patent searches and technology licensing in the field of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and chemistry. He represents interests of chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech Russian and foreign companies before the Russian and Eurasian Patent Offices and the Russian courts.
Mr. Osipov is an author of several publications on intellectual property, and also participates in Russian and international conferences for patent specialists.

How can we help you?

Talk to us to discuss how ARS-Patent can help you with your Intellectual Property requirements please call us on +7 812 600 6707 for St Petersburg or +7 495 223 27 19 for Moscow, or click on the enquiry form link below.

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