Gregor Vos > Brinkhof > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Brinkhof
Grote Bickersstraat 74-78
1013 KS
Netherlands
Gregor Vos photo

Work Department

Trade Mark / Copyright

Position

Partner

Career

Gregor Vos (partner) specializes in trademark, product design and advertising (including pharmaceutical advertising) litigation. Gregor litigates before the (specialized) courts in the Netherlands as well as EU courts (EUIPO, CJEU).

Gregor regularly publishes articles on trademark and design law in national and international journals and handbooks and is a regular speaker at national and international conferences.

Memberships

BMM (Member of the Board), Marques (Programming Committee), INTA, VIEPA.

Education

L.L.M. Amsterdam (1992) and London (1993); Houthoff (1994-1996), Nauta Dutilh (1997-2002), Klos Morel Vos & Reeskamp (2003-2015), Brinkhof (2016-current).

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Intellectual property: trade marks, copyrights and design rights

(Leading individuals)

Gregor VosBrinkhof

Brinkhof provides an outstanding and ‘extremely polished’ service, according to clients.  In addition to handling some of the most high-profile and internationally significant cases, it also assists clients with commercial and strategic advice. The range of its expertise extends to the EU regulation of online platforms and the protection of commercial image rights. The team also has strong academic ties, such as with the University of Utrecht and membership of numerous professional bodies, and employs a range of technologies to deliver services to clients, including litigation management and trade mark portfolio administration. The practice is headed by the ‘impressiveKurt Stopetie; Gregor Vos who ‘presents with eloquence and gravitas’; and Remy Chavannes who also specialises in copyright, media, and internet litigation. Senior associate Rutger Stoop is also highly rated for his ‘commercial and strategic‘ approach to the protection of IP assets and his grasp of advertising law. In other news, Sjo Anne Hoogcarspel left in 2019 to set up her own firm, while associate Sophie ten Bosch joined from Allen & Overy LLP in February 2020.