The attack of Russia to Ukraine in February has also affected the IP field. Sanctions imposed against Russia and the counteractions of Russia against unfriendly countries have raised uncertainty and concern among IP right holders. Read more in an article by our IP experts Riikka Palmos and Annikki Hämäläinen.
Papula-Nevinpat’s strong IP expertise again recognized in the MIP IP STARS 2020
Heidi Mikkola, Jussi Mikkola, Markku Simmelvuo, Alexander Polikarpov and Marina Sokolova named as IP STARS 2020
In trademark firm rankings in Finland, Papula-Nevinpat continues in the top tiers in Managing Intellectual Property’s IP STARS, the definitive guide to the world’s leading IP firms and practitioners.
Also this year our attorneys gathered many IP STARS 2020 nominations – IP STARS are IP experts who have been highly recommended by their peers and customers.
In Finland, our Managing Director Markku Simmelvuo was again named as a patent star 2020. Trademark star recommendations were given to our Heidi Mikkola, European Trademark Attorney, and Jussi Mikkola, European Trademark Attorney.
Considered one of the world’s foremost IP rankings, MIP’s ‘IP STARS’ globally identifies the leading private practice IP practitioners who have been highly recommended by their peers, based on an extensive research process covering 80 jurisdictions – including the key markets for IP protection, exploitation and enforcement.
Released annually, the results are based on extensive research carried out over a six-month period, assessing the strength of the firm’s IP team, workload, outcomes achieved for clients and track record.
Read more about the MIP IP STARS 2020 here.
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- Papula-Nevinpat recognized again as one of the Finland’s top patent firms in the 2022 edition of IAM Patent 1000
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