Ksenia counsels foreign and Belarusian companies in a broad range of matters pertaining to intellectual property, such as copyrights, trademarks, industrial models, works for hire, etc.
Also, Ksenia's portfolio includes a big number of successful projects involving consulting of IT companies in:
- copyrights on software solutions and protection of intellectual property
- auditing items of intellectual property (Legal Due Diligence)
Education & training
- Belarusian State University, Law Department (Bachelor's programme, Master's programme)
- University of Pennsylvania, "Intellectual Property Law and Policy" course
Comprehensive legal support for a leading global mobile game developer, including IP, tax, employment and contractual matters.
AppLovin - Belka Games
REVERA supported the strategic cooperation between the world leader in the mobile games industry AppLovin and the large Belarusian studio Belka Games. We fully supported this project, including corporate, tax, contractual consulting, registration of IP rights and other aspects of cooperation.
BelPrime Solutions ltd.
Comprehensive legal support for a major Belarusian company developing software for website promotion in search engines and Internet marketing.
Licensing consulting to implement an ERP system
REVERA provided monitoring of a multifunctional service project to embed an ERP-system in ADANI company. Also, we prepared separate agreements related to general licensing, delivery and licensing of software.
Investment for Rozum Robotics
Rozum Robotics is the sole developer of collaborative robots in CIS and Baltic states. Shareholders decided to attract investment from RosTech fund, to augment their business.
Our team provided full support for the transaction, including preparation of all transaction documents and SPA-agreement under English law. We also, prepared a partnership agreement.
Comprehensive legal support for a service providing A/B testing of icons and screenshots in App Store and Google Play, including taxation, employment, contractual and intellectual property issues.