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Louwers IP Technology Advocaten

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Eindhoven, The Hague


Industry focus: Information technology
Industry focus: Information technology - ranked: tier 3

Louwers IP Technology Advocaten

Louwers IP Technology Advocaten is recommended for its 'deep understanding of technology matters and its business attitude'. Huub de Jong is acknowledged 'as an experienced international lawyer with an exceptional service level and attitude who has the background of a very large law firm and the service orientation and personal service of a boutique'. Team co-head Tom de Wit also attracts praise 'for his in-depth knowledge and calm crisis-proof attitude', while Ernst-Jan Louwers 'is a bright lawyer who can think out of the box'. The team assists a diverse range of clients on various issues arising from e-commerce and data privacy matters; it has been assisting clients including Greetz, Cyclomedia, and Deloitte with these issues.

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Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights
Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights - ranked: tier 5

Louwers IP Technology Advocaten

Louwers IP Technology Advocaten is appreciated for its 'breadth of knowledge and to the point advice'. This IP and technology boutique is established in the Brainport centers in Eindhoven and The Hague and advises IT, technology, and emerging tech companies including Smart Photonics, which it assists on the management of its trade mark, copyright, and domain name assets. Ernst-Jan Louwers, Huub de Jong, and Tom de Wit are the key names to note.

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