Satu Lehesranta qualified as European Patent Attorney

3.8.2015
Our patent attorney, Dr Satu Lehesranta, has successfully passed the demanding European Qualifying Examination (EQE) which is a requirement for attaining the qualification as a European patent attorney. The qualification allows one to act as a European patent attorney and to represent applicants before the European Patent Office EPO.

At present, we have eleven European patent attorneys working at Papula-Nevinpat.

Papula-Nevinpat invests in the training of its personnel and in the qualification of the attorneys as European patent attorneys. This way, we can always offer our clients internationally superior expertise and service in patent as well as other IPR issues.

Congratulations Satu!

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