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Hogan Lovells International LLP

ATRIUM BUILDING, STRAWBSYLAAN 3091, 1077 ZX AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
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Work +31 20 55 33 600
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Fax +31 20 55 33 777
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www.hoganlovells.com

Marc Wallheimer

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Work +31 (20) 55 33 627
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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Intellectual Property

Position

Marc Wallheimer brings over thirty years of experience in the areas of trademark, copyright and unfair competition law. His clients, many of them already loyal to him for decades, are mainly in the fields of consumer electronics, luxury goods and the entertainment industry. They seek his advice in contentious as well as non-contentious matters. Marc started his career at a competitor law firm in 1984 where he became a partner in 1990. He joined Lovells at the occasion of the establishment of its Dutch office in 2001. Marc has headed the Amsterdam Intellectual Property, Technology and Media practice already for a number of years.

Career

Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1983

Languages

Dutch English German


Netherlands

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Merck, Mars and Disney are among the clients of Hogan Lovells International LLP’s well-rounded department, which is led by ‘outstanding’ soft IP litigator Marc Wallheimer. Patent experts Bert Oosting and Klaas Bisschop are well regarded.

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Netherlands: Industry focus

IT

Within: IT

The key partners at Hogan Lovells International LLP are IP specialists Klaas Bisschop and Marc Wallheimer, as well as strategically minded employment expert Anita de Jong. Clients include Netflix.

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