Our Folke Johansson shares in a blog post his experience about his first oral proceedings before the Examining Division at the EPO, done by video conferencing.
Patent Attorney Linda Norrgård to join Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team as of 1 April 2019
Patent Attorney Linda Norrgård, M. Sc. (Tech.), strengthens Papula-Nevinpat’s team of IP experts as of 1 April 2019. Linda has worked with patents since 2008, spending most of her career in various Finnish patent firms.
Linda has solid expertise in all stages of patent prosecution. She has also extensive experience in dealing with patent disputes, such as oppositions and appeals, both in Finland (the Market Court) and before the European Patent Office. She has prosecuted a wide range of inventions in the chemical field, with a special focus on polymer technology, organic chemistry (medicinal chemistry), and process and food technology.
In the past few years, Linda has also worked in close collaboration with startups, gaining a good understanding of how to help new businesses to deal with their IP.
”I’m excited about my appointment to Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team, as I’ve heard only good things about it, and look forward to bringing my strengths and expertise to the team. The IP industry has undergone many changes over the past years, and more is expected to come. I hope I’ll be able to contribute to the future of the IP sector, so we can keep offering services and competence that bring more value for businesses to strengthen their competitive position”, says Linda Norrgård.
”We warmly welcome Linda to our team. She brings in wide experience in patent prosecution and dispute handling in the chemical field, as well as expertise to help startups with their IP issues and strategies”, comments Satu Lehesranta, Team Leader, Chemistry and Process Technology.
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