Gorodissky & Partners is moving East with an office in Kazakhstan to provide clients with more IP opportunities in Central Asia. Our new office in Nur-Sultan is the next step of Gorodissky & Partners international networking in addition to the Ukrainian branch office.

Today Kazakhstan is one of the most dynamically developing countries of Central Asia being among the most powerful operators of natural resources, the flagship in innovations, the most investment and socially attractive region.
Gorodissky and Partners is grateful to Mr. Arman Sauganbaev, Lawyer and Patent Attorney, Deputy Head of Legal Department at “Kazakh Agro Technical University” for his agreement to head our branch office and to continue with us his excellent IP practice started in 2012.

Valery Medvedev, Managing Partner of Gorodissky & Partners, noted: “Opening an office in Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan, is part of the firm’s business development strategy outside Russia. We always strive to create the most comfortable conditions for our clients in different jurisdictions as well as to provide the cost-effective and high-quality services according to our corporate standards. We are very glad that Mr. Arman Sauganbaev joined Gorodissky international team. Arman has solid IP and TMT experience and is able to run successfully our new office in Kazakhstan”.


About Gorodissky & Partners

Gorodissky & Partners" is the largest IP and TMT firm in Russia. About 140 patent/trademark attorneys and lawyers advise and provide qualified services for Russian and foreign clients, represent their interests in Patent Offices, courts and administrative bodies; draft and register license agreements, pledge and franchising contracts; provide IP due diligence; consult on protection of information and personal data, advertising, media, e-commerce, taxes and other business matters related to IP.

Gorodissky & Partners has offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, N. Novgorod, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Perm, Krasnodar, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, Samara, Ufa, Technopark Sarov, Dubna, Kyiv and Nur-Sultan.