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Ellex

ROOSIKRANTSI 2, 10119 TALLINN, ESTONIA
Tel:
Work +372 6 40 7170
Fax:
Fax +372 6 40 7171
Email:
Web:
www.ellex.ee
Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius
Ellex, Ants Nõmper, Tallinn, ESTONIA

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Ants Nõmper

Tel:
Work +372 640 7170
Email:
Ellex

Work Department

Intellectual property and information technology, pharmaceuticals and medical, data protection, media & advertising.

Position

Managing Partner

Career

Since 2008 Partner, Raidla Ellex; since 2004 Lecturer, University of Tartu, Faculty of Law; since 2001 Lecturer, University of Tartu, Faculty of Medicine; since 1999 Attorney, Raidla Ellex; 1997-1999 In-house lawyer, AS Arco Vara; 1998 Trainee, Estonian Supreme Court.

Languages

Estonian, English, German, Russian, Finnish.

Member

Since 2008 Member of AIPPI - International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property; since 2008 Member of the Estonian Bioethics Council; 2003-2004 Council of Europe, member of the working party on research on stored human biological materials; 2003-2008 Board member of the Estonian Young Bar Association; since 2002 Member of the German-Estonian Lawyers’ Association; 1999-2000 Board member of the Estonian Moot Court Society; since 1999 Member of the Estonian Bar Association; since 1999 Member of the Estonian Moot Court Society; since 1998 Member of the Estonian Academic Law Society.

Education

2005 PhD, University of Tartu, Estonia; 2000 LL.M, University of Göttingen, Germany; 1999 Law degree, cum laude, University of Tartu, Estonia.


Estonia

IP, IT and telecoms

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Ants Nõmper - Ellex

Within: IP, IT and telecoms

Ellex’s practice head Ants Nõmper and counsel Mari Must are ‘very effective’, especially in IP matters related to the pharmaceuticals industry. They are representing longstanding client Bayer Pharma in several patent disputes, some of them before the Supreme Court. Other clients include Sanofi-Aventis and the Estonian Authors’ Society.

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