Tatiana’s practice focuses on both contentious and non-contentious matters involving trademarks, industrial designs, and domains throughout the CIS region. In addition, she advises clients on customs matters and works with the Ukrainian customs authorities on the surveillance and seizure of counterfeit goods. Tatiana has represented clients from a variety of industries, including food & beverage, beauty, healthcare, technology, and consumer goods. She is well versed in advising multinational companies on the protection of their IP rights in the CIS region.
Prior to joining TIPH, Tatiana worked as an associate for over 12 years for a well-known regional IP practice PETOSEVIC. Before joining PETOSEVIC in 2011, Tatiana worked at another Ukrainian IP law firm as a paralegal where she focused on trademark, patent, industrial design and domain name prosecution, as well as on assignments and licenses.
- Native Ukrainian, fluent Russian, proficient English
- Ukrainian Bar Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine, LLM in Commercial Law, 2008
- Kyiv State Linguistic University, Ukraine, MA in Education, 2001
- “Designs — Ukraine”. Lexology GTDT Practice Guides. Law Business Research. (December 2022)
- "Ukraine Adopts Bylaws Implementing Customs Code Amendments". Lexology.com (August 3, 2020)
- “Off The Special 301 Watch List? New Ukrainian Collective Management System In The Making”. IAG — International IP Legal Updates. Volume 3, Issue 2. American Bar Association (January, 2019)
- Editor of Ukraine country guide “Trade Dress: International Practice and Procedures”, International Trademark Association, since 2016
- “Ukraine Amends Trademark Law Following Ban of Communist and Nazi Symbols”. IPFrontline. IP.com (July 1, 2015)
- International Trademark Association Committee Member, Designs Committee, 2018 - 2019 Term