Papula-Nevinpat’s Heidi Mikkola, Jussi Mikkola and Markku Simmelvuo named as IP STARS 2022

4.8.2022

In trademark as well as patent firm rankings in Finland, Papula-Nevinpat continues in the top tiers in Managing Intellectual Property’s IP STARS 2022, the guide to the world’s leading IP firms and practitioners.

We are pleased to announce that also this year our patent and trademark attorneys gathered IP STARS 2022 nominations. IP STARS are senior IP practitioners who have been highly recommended by their peers and customers.

Our managing director Markku Simmelvuo was again named as a patent star 2022. Trademark stars were given to our European trademark attorneys Heidi Mikkola and Jussi Mikkola.

IP STARS rankings are published annually and the results are based on extensive research, assessing the strength of the firm’s IP team, workload, outcomes achieved for clients and track record. Managing IP has been covering IP law and practice already since 1990.

Read more about IP Stars 2022 on the website of Managing Intellectual Property.

 

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