Also this year we are present at INTA 2019 in Boston and are arranging presentations on IP Trends in Russia and hosting a cocktail reception on Monday 20 May at the Revere Hotel Boston Common.
Folke Johansson leaving Nokia to start as Director at Papula-Nevinpat
”We are very happy to get a highly recognized IPR expert both in Finland and internationally to further strengthen our team of talented professionals. In his new position, Johansson will drive the development of our company’s customerships and our entire operational environment. He will bring in new experience and assets needed in application, dispute and IPR strategy matters”, said Markku Simmelvuo, Managing Director, Papula-Nevinpat.
Johansson commented on his new position: ”I am extremely excited to become part of the Papula-Nevinpat team dedicated to strengthening Papula-Nevinpat’s position as one of the leading patent and trademark agencies in Finland and Eurasia. This new role gives me a great opportunity to utilize my IPR experience and to expand my knowledge of the Finnish and international business environment. Papula-Nevinpat’s varied and international clientele offers me deep insight to various technological fields. I am confident that I will be able to introduce new operating models to Papula-Nevinpat’s customers as well as within the company.”
Papula-Nevinpat is a globally recognized patent, trademark and design agency. In addition to our Finland-based global operations, Papula-Nevinpat has a strong foothold in the Eurasian territory with local offices in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Our attorneys will help you secure your exclusive rights anywhere in the world.
Markku Simmelvuo, Managing Director
Tel. +358 40 545 4484
Marika Kojo, Communications Manager
Tel. +358 400 816 384
- Updates on IP Trends in Russia & Cocktail Reception in Boston during INTA 2019
- Brexit impact on EU trademarks and designs
- Papula-Nevinpat again recognized as one of Finland’s leading practises in the 2019 Edition of WTR 1000
- Supplementary protection certificate extends the patent term by up to five and a half years – but who’s entitled?
- Folke Johansson, Markku Simmelvuo and Marina Smirnova listed as WIPR Leaders 2019