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Ottawa

English, Ukrainian

Alina Bobrysheva

IP Legal & Office Administrator

Alina joined MBM in September 2022 as a part of the Office Administration team. Her main responsibilities include monitoring and processing CIPO mail correspondence, monitoring and docketing incoming and outgoing emails, new file opening and closing procedures, along with other various tasks around the office.

Prior to starting at MBM, Alina worked as Patent Paralegal in Ukraine. She has extensive knowledge of foreign patent practice, including PCT, EPO and EAPO procedures, covering all administrative formalities of patent filing and procecution.

She graduated from Horlivka University for foreign languages in 2018 where she received a bachelor's and master's degree in Language and Literature with a concentration in strategy for learning English and Spanish. 

In her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano, drawing and painting, attending concerts, travelling and creating aesthetic videos.

Education

  • Bachelor's degree in Language and Literature - Donbas State Pedagogical University (Horlivka, Ukraine)
  • Master's degree in Language and Literature - Donbas State Pedagogical University (Horlivka, Ukraine)

Practice Area

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DR. Michael Maskery

Patent Agent


Michael's practice focuses on the patent drafting, prosecution and strategy in a variety of technology fields.MBM read_more_btn

 

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