Mika Silfver

Brann - Sweden

PO Box 17192
Stockholm

10462

+46 8 429 10 80

Rising star 2019


Jurisdictions:

Sweden

Practice areas:

Patent
Patent office proceedings
Patent prosecution
Patent strategy & counseling

Industry sectors:

Computer technology & services
ICT & software
Medical devices
Optics & photonics


 

Mika Silfver is a qualified European Patent Attorney at the intellectual property law firm BRANN AB.

Mika graduated with a Master of Science degree in Media Technology from Linköping University in 2008 and has since then has been practicing in the IP field. In 2016, she joined Brann AB. During the period of 2011 to 2016, she was a patent attorney at another IP firm. Before that, she held a position as patent examiner in the fields of audio and video technology at the Swedish Patent and Registration Office in Stockholm.

Mika specializes in patent filing and prosecution, and works primarily within the technical fields of signal processing, image processing, user interfaces, computer systems and computer implemented methods. She also has substantial experience in working within the technical areas of optics and medical technology.

In her work, Mika regularly provides strategic advice to companies of different sizes and market positions, ranging from listed companies with a global market and substantive patent portfolios to start-up companies aiming to make their first footprint in the business. Through her experience as a patent attorney and examiner, she has a well-developed sense of identifying, creating and prosecuting intellectual property rights. She offers advisory services to assist her clients in handling the challenges they may face in the field of intellectual property, such as challenges related to business development, technology development or entry into new markets, with the focus of maximizing business value.

 

Year Joined Firm: 2016

Education/Alumni: Master of Science degree in Media Technology

Languages Spoken: Swedish, English, French

Network Memberships: SIPF, AIPPI

 

Last updated 21st September 2018