Emma has been a Patent Attorney for 15 years and before that she worked as a technical translator and interpreter. Since 2013 we’ve had the honour to host her wide competence here at Brann.
She is sharp and driven and possesses special competence within mechanics, with extra focus on fine mechanics, automotive engineering, process industry and energy technology. She is also educated and experienced within electronics and semiconductor technology.
Emma’s focus is with her clients’ and to prudently draft and prosecute IP applications to achieve the best possible protection for their products. Emma is very appreciated as a strategic partner for smaller companies wishing to optimize the advantages of their IP portfolio, and by bigger companies in need of first-class IP applications to secure their innovations. Emma conducts novelty searches, freedom-to-operate reports and handles oppositions and infringement analyses, as well as advising her clients.
Emma is perceptive and works alongside her clients to find the key component in every innovation to make sure the IP rights are focused on the technical and commercial core. She also puts special efforts into regulations and praxis to steer and foster every application to create the most beneficial protection coverage.
She is a member of a European Examining Committee who draft and mark some of the professional exams required to become a European Patent Attorney.
Emma spends her free time LARP:ing and hanging out with her family, preferably outdoors. She also enjoys reading books about linguistics.