Papula-Nevinpat appointed eight new partners

27.1.2012
Papula-Nevinpat has appointed eight new partners as of 28 December 2011:

Mika Heino, Patent Attorney

Folke Johansson, European Patent Attorney

Teemu Lang, Patent Attorney

Jussi Mikkola, European Trademark Attorney

Erja Partio, European Patent Attorney

Mikko Piironen, European Patent Attorney

Jarmo Tanskanen, European Pantent Attorney, European Design Attorney

Anssi Tullila, Patent Attorney

Papula-Nevinpat has now 12 partners in total of which Timo Helino, Heidi Mikkola, Riikka Palmos and Markku Simmelvuo are senior partners.

 

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