Herwin Roerdink > Vondst Advocaten N.V > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile
Vondst Advocaten N.V Offices
JACOB OBRECHTSTRAAT 56
1071 KN Amsterdam
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IP & Data Protection
Herwin is a partner at the firm and specializes in intellectual property, (online) marketing and data protection. Herwin advises and litigates on the protection, exploitation and enforcement of trademark rights, copyrights, design rights and trade name rights. Additionally, he has a strong focus on anti-counterfeiting, data protection and (online) marketing. He has represented several clients in enforcement proceedings by the Authority for Consumers & Markets (ACM) and the Dutch Data Protection Authority (AP). He represents a range of clients in various sectors, including FMCG, fashion and luxury goods, internet, media and entertainment, automotive and charity.
He is an attorney at law since 2006 and worked in the IP/IT department of a large Amsterdam based law firm. He joined Vondst in December 2014 and became partner in 2017.
Herwin is a member of the International Trademarks Association (INTA), MARQUES, the Benelux Association for Trademark and Design Law (BMM), and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). He is also affiliated with the Dutch Internet Law Review.
University of Groningen
The team at Vondst Advocaten N.V is highly rated not only for its extensive understanding of IT and outsourcing law, but also for its client engagement, including providing large corporates and innovator clients with online tools and seminars. Polo van der Putt has long-standing expertise in digitalization, including IT contracts, litigation and data protection. He is especially focused on new technologies such as big data analytics, AI, cloud computing, and electronic signatures and e-payments. Tjeerd Overdijk specialises in a combination of IT and intellectual property, such as the enforcement of rights in software. He is also a WIPO panellist for nl. domain name disputes. Herwin Roerdink‘s focus is on data protection and online marketing issues.