On the move: Natalia Meshcheriakova, AstapovLawyers

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Oct. 4, 2012, 9:09 p.m. | Business — by Kyiv Post

Natalia Meshcheriakova, AstapovLawyers
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Natalia Meshcheriakova joined AstapovLawyers as Head of Intellectual Property Department, which will advise on a full range of related topics.

Prior to joining AstapovLawyers Ms Meshcheriakova was a Senior Partner with DD&I IP Agency and Managing Partner of Expert Bureau on Intellectual Property.

Ms Meshcheriakova has 7 years of professional experience and holds a degree in philology from Melitopol State Pedagogical University (Ukraine), a degree summa cum laude in law from National University of Internal Affairs (Ukraine), and a degree in intellectual property from the Institute of Intellectual Property (Ukraine).

AstapovLawyers International Law Group is an international full-service law firm with offices in Kyiv, Moscow, Almaty and London. The firm is among TOP-5 best law firms in Ukraine, TOP-25 best law firms in Russia and fast growing firms in Kazakhstan.

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