Legelata's team participates in complex lawsuits in the field of intellectual property, which are of an international nature and are estimated as multimillion-dollar disputes.
The trademarks "Moskovskaya" and "Stolichnaya" have been the property of the state since the Soviet Union. However, during the collapse of the USSR, the rights to these trademarks disappeared and became the property of a foreign private company. Later, the situation recovered in the Russian Federation and other countries (the Netherlands, Georgia, etc.), where brands are currently owned by a Russian state-owned company.
The dispute between the Russian state and foreign companies is still ongoing in a number of other countries, including Armenia. Our team of lawyers headed by Gor Margaryan and Angela Abrahamyan is currently engaged in proving the existing historical and legal facts in the courts of Armenia.