Alina Nikolyuk
Alina Nikolyuk
Junior Associate
Alina Nikoliuk serves as a Junior Associate at Polikarpov Law Firm, specializing in providing comprehensive support to clients from their initial engagement with our firm. Her expertise encompasses trademarks, copyrights, and industrial designs, as she effectively identifies clients' pressing needs and formulates strategies to address them.Alina plays an important role in the trademark registration process, from conducting preliminary searches and assessing potential risks to ensuring clients receive their registration certificates. In addition, she actively contributes to the registration processes for copyrights and industrial designs, demonstrating her commitment to delivering exceptional legal services to our clients.
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