PAG â€“ Patent Attorneys Group was established in 1993 immediately after coming into effect of the laws protecting Intellectual Property (IP) in Belarus. Having the largest number of patent attorneys and specialists in the field of IP protection and representing a good number of the most famous IP owners, PAG took the most active part in the making of the IP legislation and IP protection practice in the country.
It is one of the leading IP firms in Belarus. In order to improve services in the CIS countries with transitional economy and unstable situations, the firm established a branch firm E-PAG Ltd. in the neighboring country Lithuania (now EU country).
Currently, PAG-E-PAG employs competent experts in various fields of technique and law having good knowledge of foreign languages, and an experienced team of translators.
The firm is experienced in drafting, preparing and filing patent applications in various fields, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medicine, software patents, IT and business methods patents.
The lawyers of the firm are active in the enforcement of IP rights and have a good experience in appellations and extrajudicial solutions and judicial protection. PAG conducts all kinds of searches and researches in the field of IP. PAG-E-PAG is the only IP law firm in Belarus having paperless office management.
Name: Mr. Sergey G. Vinogradov, Senior Partner
Dipl.- Physics & Electronics
Graduated in Physics at the Belarusian State University in Minsk in 1972
In 1977 graduated from the Moscow Patent Institute as a patent expert
In 1998 graduated from the Belarusian Institute of Law as a lawyer
Languages: Russian, Belarussian, English and a little German
Patents in the field of physics, electronics, nuclear engineering, physical chemistry, molecular engineering, nanotechnnology, biotechnology, computer technology, software, encryption, Internet technology and business method patents.
Founder of PAG and EPAG
Eurasian Patent Attorney, Belarusian Patent and Trademark Attorney
In 1972-1974 served as a Soviet Army officer in Germany
Since 1974 worked as a patent expert of the patent department of the Belarusian State University in Minsk and at the same time was employed there in the scientific practice and engaged in physics, electronics, nuclear engineering, physical chemistry, molecular engineering, nanotechnnology, biotechnology, medical researches
Been a Belarusian Patent and Trademark Attorney (Reg. No. 0024) Since 1993
Since 1996, i.e. from the very beginning of the practical work of Eurasian Patent Convention, has been registered as a Eurasian Patent Attorney (Reg. No. 3)
Author of several inventions and publications relating to the field of industrial property and trademarks
Co-author of several computer programs for managing Intellectual Property
Delivering lectures on Intellectual Property
Vice President of the Belarusian Group of AIPPI, BelAPAT,INTA, LES, AIPLA, ABA