TECHNOLOGY

We are where we are today by truly believing in our clients and protecting, advocating, and leveraging their ideas and innovations. Some of Finland’s leading corporations, front runner projects and innovators have entrusted us with their most valuable assets and have let us handle their most demanding and business-critical IT agreements, outsourcing deals and technology acquisitions. We strongly believe that this is due to them relying on our business acumen and legal, technical, and scientific experience. They also understand that we not only speak their language – but we know how to listen, innovate and add value, too. This is the first fact you need to know about TRUST. and its methods.

We have advised both small entrepreneurs and large multinational corporations in virtually every type of IP-driven M&A, outsourcing, venture capital and investments. We have helped clients to divest their foreign operations, to create strategic partnerships and joint ventures and advised them in complex investment rounds – we claim that a small team of dedicated and experienced professionals who truly understand IP rights can make a difference in your deal. We further help our clients to set up and run licensing programs that can generate significant revenue streams and to pool patents, however also assisting in standards issues. Our experience and our background in the business of exploiting technology and IP assets bring our clients a strategic advantage in comparison to many of our competitors. IP transactions, often global in nature, require a business–savvy partner with legal, financial and technical expertise.

Technology 1

JAN LINDBERG

+358 40 823 6031
jan.lindberg (at) TheTrust.fi

Technology 2

JUHA TAIPALE

+358 45 635 2585
juha.taipale (at) TheTrust.fi

Technology 3
IP & TECHNOLOGY

Proposed new act on university inventions increases freedom of contract but may still fall short of the expectations

The Finnish act on the right in inventions made at higher education institutions is in the process of being amended. The reason behind the underlying revision is to enhance the commercialisation of inventions at higher education institutions. Statistics on patents granted from 2013 to 2016 show that Finnish universities in general produced high-quality research and a wealth of excellent research results but, unfortunately, a large portion of these results will be left unexploited. But will the amended act solve this issue and enhance commercialisation?

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