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Juha-Matti Aalto

Juha-Matti Aalto

European Patent Attorney


Biotechnology, Microbiology

Telephone: +358 9 6859 5682

Mobile: +358 40 829 5415


Languages: Finnish, English

"My favorite part of this work is helping a client refine their patent application into a patent that they can use in the commercialization of their invention. It's great to feel that one is doing something important to support the development of Finnish technology and our society as a whole. After all, it's inventions and new technology that will enable us to thrive in the future."

Juha-Matti works as European Patent Attorney on Laine IP Oy’s chemistry team, where he is responsible for patents in biotechnology and chemistry. He is highly experienced in patent prosecution, with strong IPR expertise especially in genetic engineering, cellular and microbiology, and biotechnology. He has also successfully prosecuted patents for mechanical inventions.

Juha-Matti has worked at Laine IP since 2015. Prior to joining the company, he worked as Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney at Oy Jalo Ant-Wuorinen Ab, and as a researcher with the Institute of Biotechnology at the University of Helsinki.

By training, Juha-Matti is a microbiologist.

Juha-Matti is actively involved in various professional associations. He is a substitute council member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI), as well as a member of the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI) and the Association of Finnish Patent Attorneys (SPAY).

IPR services

Drafting and prosecution of patent applications in Finland, at the EPO and other patent offices worldwide; novelty searches and FTO statements, especially concerning nucleic acid and peptide sequences; infringement analyses; lecturing on patenting of biotechnology

Special expertise

Industries: biochemistry, diagnostic industries, biotechnical industries, environmental technology

Technologies: genetic engineering, cellular biology, immunology, microbiology, biological medicines, PCR techniques