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Dentons Boekel

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Marc Elshof

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Dentons

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Commercial Law, Information Technology, Data Protection

Position

Marc Elshof is a partner in our Commercial team and has a broad commercial practice with a particular focus on IT and data protection. Marc assists our clients in negotiations and litigation in relation to a wide range of commercial contracts, including delivery contracts, distribution, franchise and agency agreements, licence agreements and professional service contracts. Marc is particularly involved in IT matters, including development agreements for software, cloud computing agreements, software licensing, hardware sales and claims arising from failed IT projects. Furthermore, he advises our global clients on national and cross border privacy issues as well as on adopting their international privacy strategy. Marc also represents our clients in (contentious and non-contentious) Intellectual Property matters, in particular relating to copyright (on software) and trademarks.

Career

Marc worked at BOEKEL's London office from November 2010 to April 2011 and again from September 2012 to February 2013.

Education

In 2014, Marc graduated cum laude from the Grotius Academy, where he took the specialist course IT law.


Netherlands

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

At Dentons Boekel, the ‘strategic, approachableMarc Elshof leads the commercial team while Casper Haket is head of corporate and M&A; clients include General Electric and Johnson Controls. ‘Very knowledgeable’ notary Jan-Mathijs Hermans joined from Simmons & Simmons LLP in January 2016 and Ines van Dijk, the country’s youngest civil law notary, is now a partner.

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Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Dentons Boekel’s team is headed by soft IP expert Marc Elshof, who defended Unibail-Rodamco in trade mark proceedings brought by a Dutch subsidiary of Klépierre. Other clients include Mercer.

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Netherlands: Industry focus

IT

Within: IT

The ‘helpful, approachable and very well informedMarc Elshof leads Dentons Boekel’s team, whose work includes advising clients such as Unibail-Rodamco and Hyatt on data protection.

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