phone: +78129981292
(timezone UTC+03:00)

skype: stanifed


postal address:
Fedorov S.V., P.O.B. 20, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 196240

office address:
168 Leninsky prospect, Business Center "Energiya", office 418, Saint Petersburg, Russia


Russian National Phase under PCT

Eurasian Regional Phase under PCT

Russian Prior Art Search and Retrieval

Preprocessing Photos for Patent Applications

Stan (Stanislav) Fedorov

Russian and Eurasian Patent Attorney

Stan is a registered Russian and Eurasian Patent Attorney with strong engineering background. He holds Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and possesses extended industry experience obtained prior to entering patent services area: six years in designing combat control systems; four years in managing R&D and production of complex telecom equipment; four years in managing new product introduction projects for terminal products and communication network equipment; one plus year in managing large-scale telecom SW/HW deployment projects, one plus year in consulting providers of smart house solutions.

In addition to holding the engineering degree, Stan is a certified translator of English. He is an expert member of the Union of Translators of Russia, and a member of the National League of Translators, Russia.

Currently Stan runs a private patent practice under Delta Patent ® brand. His office is located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Earlier he used to work for a top-five Russian patent law firm as a patent expert.

In view of patent matters, the most relevant fields of his engineering expertise are electronics, telecoms, control systems, and information technologies. He is also good in mechanics, robotics, aviation/space, navy/submarine, armaments and defense technology, automotive, oil/gas, common chemistry, pharma/medicine, and nuclear industry.

His practice covers a range of patent-related services:

Composing, Reviewing and Filing Patent Applications for Inventions: drafting descriptions, claims and preparating formal drawings suitable for national and international patenting.

Filing Convention Applications and Commencing PCT National Phase in Russia and Eurasia: translating and adapting applications to comply with RUPTO or EAPO formal requirements; calculating and paying applicable fees; filling in forms; forming and filing application packages; requesting substantive examination; reporting application numbers to applicants.

Prosecution with RUPTO and EAPO: receiving office actions; commenting and reporting office actions; composing and filing responses to office actions; filing voluntary amendments to applications, requests and declarations; receiving and dispatching Letters Patent.

Operations with Chamber for Patent Disputes: composing and filing appeals against refusal decisions of substantive examination, against decisions on withdrawal of applications or against granted patents.

Assignments and Licenses: composing and filing requests for assignments or reassignments of rights to pending applications; adapting assignment or license agreements for granted patents to comply with RUPTO or EAPO formal requirements; filing requests for registration of assignment or license agreements; filing amendments to registered assignments or licenses.

Russian Prior Art Search: searching through Russian-language patent and non-patent databases, libraries and Russian-language segment of the Internet for evidence of patentability or validity.

Russian Use Case Search: searching through all available Russian-language information sources for evidence of using particular technologies or patents.

Russian Patent Analysis: providing patentability analysis, freedom-to-operate analysis and patent SWOT analysis based on patent search results.

Russian Patent Landscape Study: studying patent landscape in Russia which may be sufficiently different from the same of other countries in some fields; composing Russian patent profiles of particular technologies or parties.

Russian and Eurasian Patent Watchdog Activities: watching after new patent applications and granted patents which are usually published by RUPTO three times a month, and published by EAPO monthly.

Russian Prior Art Retrieval: searching and retrieving copies of and excerpts from monographs, journals, scholar articles, theses and early Soviet Union patents which are usually not available via traditional information providers as they shall be tracked through local off-line databases or paper-based libraries.

Patent Translation Services: translating from Russian into English and from English into Russian all kinds of patent-related documents like cited prior arts, office actions, oppositions, expert opinions, office decisions, court decisions, client's instructions, etc.