Specialists of KIAP, Attorneys at Law have the membership status of the following institutions and associations:
The Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) was established in June 1990 as a non-political organization to protect the interests of industry at the time of fast and large-scale transformations in the state politics and economy. The RSPP priorities include: promotion of the business community interests in Russian and at the international level and consolidation of Russian industrialists and entrepreneurs` efforts for business environment development; enhancing the status of business in Russia and the world; maintaining the balance of interests of society, government and business. RSPP today brings together about 130 sectoral and regional associations of employers and represents the interests of all Russian businesses irrespective of size, sector or regional location of companies.
The International Chamber of Commerce – The World Business Organization (ICC) is an influential non-profit organization which was established in 1919 with a view to settling pressing business development problems. Having integrated thousands of enterprises and business associations from 120 countries, ICC remains committed to its goal. In 1919, a few entrepreneurs decided to set up an organization which was to act in the name of business communities across the world. Russian National Committee of International Chamber of Commerce - World Business Organization - ICC Russia was established in 2000.
Founded in 1878, the Association is a key international coordinator of professional activities of the IP market participants with the headquarters in New York City. Today, the Association includes some 30 000 trademark owners, patent attorneys, professionals and academics from more than 190 countries and is dedicated to the protection and advancement of trade marks and other intellectual property as the basis for fair and effective commerce on domestic and international markets.
IBA, established in 1947, is the world's leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. The Association has a membership of 55,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations and law societies spanning all continents, and has considerable experience in providing assistance to the global legal community.
RAA was founded in April 2013 in Moscow to unite legal practitioners, law firms and academics. The main objective of the Association is cooperation in the development of arbitration in the Russian Federation and the CIS countries, popularizing Russia as a venue for arbitration, promotion of Russian arbitrators at national and international levels within the arbitration context, as well as the promotion of foreign arbitrators interested in arbitral proceedings, directly or indirectly relating to Russia and the CIS countries.
LawExchange International, founded in 1994, is an association of independent law firms covering the world’s major commercial centres within Europe, North and South America, the Asia/Pacific and the Middle East. Our goal is simple: provide a comprehensive and seamless web of legal services to clients through access to trusted, local legal counsel across the globe. Members are carefully selected for membership based on a number of factors, including professional competence, reputation, integrity, and commitment to exceptional client service. You may review LEI's fast facts in the new digital brochure.
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) is a not-for-profit, UK registered charity working in the public interest through an international network of branches. Was registered in 1915. It has a global membership of around 12,500 individuals who have professional training or experience in alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
CIArb exists for the global promotion, facilitation and development of all forms of private dispute resolution around the world to maximise the contribution that dispute resolution practitioners make.
MARQUES, established in 1986, the Association is one of the key international coordinators of professional activities of the IP market participants headquartered in the UK. At the moment the membership of MARQUES comes from over 80 countries and represents more than two million trademarks owned by the Corporate Members.