Mr Marc Wallheimer > Hogan Lovells International LLP > Amsterdam, Netherlands > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells International LLP
ATRIUM - NORTH TOWER
STRAWBSYLAAN 4129
1077 ZX AMSTERDAM PO BOX 545
Netherlands

Work Department

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

Lawyer Rankings

Netherlands > Industry focus: Information technology

Klaas Bisschop and Marc Wallheimer head up a substantial team at Hogan Lovells International LLP that draws on IP, employment, and corporate expertise in relation to IT mandates and counts Merck, Sensata Technologies, and Uniface among its clients. Counsel Joke Bodewits leads on data privacy and cybersecurity matters and is assisting a number of well-known, international clients on the implementation of GDPR compliance projects. Other current work includes advising on data disclosure orders and data breach response procedures.

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

The Hogan Lovells International LLP team is headed by IP litigator Marc Wallheimer who, along with senior associate Win Yan Lam, assists clients including Mars and Pepsi-co with their Benelux trade marks clearances, prosecution, and enforcement issues. The team also acts for Dell on a range of trade mark and domain name matters as well as a dispute with the Dutch state and national collecting society on copyright levies.