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APOLLOLAAN 153 1077 AS AMSTERDAM, PO BOX 74654, 1070 BR AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 20 577 7700
Fax:
Fax +31 20 671 9710
Email:
Web:
www.hocker.nl/en/

Marijn (M.E.) Kingma

Tel:
Work +31205777709
Email:
Web:
www.hocker.nl/en/team/marijn-kingma/
Höcker Advocaten

Work Department

IP & IT, Media & Marketing

Position

Senior Associate. Practice areas: Intellectual Property, Information Technology, Media & Marketing, Data Protection, Litigation. Marijn is an incisive attorney with a wide range of interests. She enjoys getting stuck into intricate cases and takes a particular interest in matters of Public Interest, but she also enjoys pulling out all the stops during negotiations or in interim relief proceedings. She represents a wide range of clients that includes collective management organisations, software developers, international entertainment companies and NGOs.

Career

Marijn joined Höcker Advocaten and was admitted to the bar in 2013. Before that, she was a clerk for the Discrict Court of Amsterdam.

Languages

English, Dutch, French

Member

International Association of Entertainment Lawyers (IAEL), Dutch Copyright Law Association (VvA), Dutch Association for Travel & Law (VRR), co-author of the IEC handbook on intellectual property law

Education

University of Amsterdam and Columbia Law School


Netherlands

Industry focus: Information technology

Within: Next generation lawyers

Marijn Kingma - Höcker Advocaten

Within: Industry focus: Information technology

At Höcker AdvocatenWillem Roos and Jacqueline Seignette head 'a very dedicated and highly skilled team of lawyers who are very pleasant to work with and, in comparison with other firms, are more capable of giving their clients a feeling of certainty for very reasonable fees'. The team provides a blend of expertise in the IT, data protection, and IP spheres and recently advised Jamzone, a health and technology startup, on corporate, IP, and licence agreements as well as GDPR compliance. Marijn Kingma, who was made up to partner in January 2019 is 'amazing – her knowledge, flexibility, and positive mood makes working with her a fun, but still very effective, experience'. She assisted Wazzup in relation to its new CRM product which included issues of data privacy and drafting contracts.

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Industry focus: Media and entertainment

Within: Industry focus: Media and entertainment

Höcker Advocaten is highlighted for its 'fast responses and broad knowledge' in respect of media and data protection matters. The team's broad client base includes performing rights organisations as well as clients in the music, literary, and film industries. Associate Marijn Kingma is noted for being 'to the point, reliable, and with broad knowledge'. Willem Roos and Joep Meddens co-head the team that represented Stichting de Thuiskopie, which collects private copying levies, in a Court of Appeal case over whether electronic devices should be included in the levy.

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Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights

Within: Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights

Höcker Advocaten is recognised for its especially strong copyright expertise; it represents a range of music, audio-visual, and literary rights collecting societies as well as advertising agencies, entertainment companies, and artists. Jacqueline Seignette heads a team that includes Willem Roos, Joep Meddens, and 'committed and decisive' litigator Marijn Kingma. Together with Seignette, Kingma acted for clients including Stichting LIRA and Stichting Brein. The team's other clients include Radiocorp and Omnicom.

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