Roman Golovatsky focuses on civil, intellectual property and antimonopoly law. He has extensive litigation and arbitration experience in traditional business disputes and has excellent knowledge of procedural rules and trial practices. His work covers litigation matters such as preparing litigation strategies and participating in court hearings.

Roman is a recognized professional in the development and practical implementation of comprehensive defence measures for intellectual property owners and of the means of individualization in Russia and the CIS, including measures to combat illegal import of goods containing intellectual property. To this end, he interacts with the customs authorities of Russia for the purpose of intercepting the illegal import of counterfeit products to the Russian market.

He participates in court disputes related to patent rights protection, trademark titles, copyright and neighbouring rights.

Roman also participates in legal investigations of matters related to violations of antimonopoly legislation, advertising legislation, and interacts with the law enforcement authorities on the prosecution of violators under administrative and criminal liability.