Boco IP highly recommended in IAM1000 World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2020

Boco IP is privileged and delighted to announce that six of our attorneys were listed this year as leading patent professionals in the 2020 edition of IAM1000 The World’s Leading Patent Professionals. Furthermore, the firm as a whole is highly recommended in the publication.

As described by IAM, Karri Leskinen ”oversees the unit’s strategic growth and is always on the hunt for new ways to enhance the customer experience” Jonna Sahlin is “and artful communicator” and is “praised for her ability to clearly explain intricate technicalities to patrons and judges alike. Her freedom-to-operate analyses are crucial for businesses seeking to mitigate risk.” Annika Hakkila is “a font of wisdom” who has “chalked up over 30 years of experience as a product development chemist and as an attorney. Her insight is valued by colleagues and inventors who call her for holistic support”. Christian Westerholm “doesn’t break a sweat when the going gets tough,  he finds creative solutions that meet commercial goals and get the job done with minimum fuss. Oral proceedings at the EPO are a strong suit”. Anu Keinänen is ”extremely diligent” and “exceptionally talented”, she “looks to understand every invention at its core. She is one of the best in the high-tech industry and a pleasure to work with”. Last but not least, Jaana Hämäläinen is ”incredibly experienced in biotechnology”, her “work is brilliant – her office action and prior art analyses are professional and detailed. She also acts as a court expert and lectures widely in her field”.

We would like to thank our customers, colleagues and especially our devoted personnel for all the work that we have done together over the years.

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