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Netherlands

Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 5

Höcker Advocaten

Reorganisations and litigation are particular strengths of Höcker Advocaten’s practice. ‘Quick’, ‘dedicated and very creative’ group head Jasper van Hulst has ‘a personal touch’, is ‘really on top of things’ and provides ‘extremely good value for money’. Martyn Top, who made partner in July 2017, represented 31 Atos employees in a bonus remuneration case.

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Netherlands: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation
Other recommended firms - ranked: tier 1

Höcker Advocaten

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Netherlands: Industry focus

IT
Industry focus: IT - ranked: tier 4

Höcker Advocaten

Höcker Advocaten provides ‘swift service’, and counts BREIN, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Stichting de Thuiskopie among its clients. Willem Roos and Jacqueline Seignette head the team; associate Marijn Kingma provides ‘solid, high-quality advice’.

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Media and entertainment
Industry focus: Media and entertainment - ranked: tier 3

Höcker Advocaten

Höcker Advocaten has ‘in-depth knowledge of very complex issues’. Jacqueline Seignette, who has ‘an extremely high level of expertise’, heads the group jointly with Willem Roos. Associate Marijn Kingma is ‘a very approachable, knowledgeable and decisive’ copyright and data privacy expert. BREIN and LIRA are among its clients.

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Netherlands: Intellectual property

Trade marks, copyrights and design rights
Intellectual property: Trade marks, copyrights and design rights - ranked: tier 3

Höcker Advocaten

Always easy to reach’, and with ‘in-depth knowledge of very complex issues’, Höcker Advocaten’s practice is led jointly by Jacqueline Seignette, who has ‘an extremely high level of expertise’, and Willem Roos. ‘Very approachable, knowledgeable, clear communicatorMarijn Kingma is a recommended associate. Clients include Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe.

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