Intellectual Property (IP)

The protection of intellectual property is of great importance. Infringement of these rights can have far-reaching consequences for your business, while effective protection can boost creativity, innovation and success. Good reasons for making the effort to protect your intellectual property rights - and to take vigorous action when these rights are infringed. Nysingh is here to help you do just that.

Feel free to contact me if you need quick, specific and practical advice on Intellectual Property.

Rutger Ketting

Lawyer

Our Intellectual Property lawyers

Nysingh’s IP specialists work for national and international companies, including the owners of various well-known brands and retail chains, and for design studios, advertising agencies, trademark agents and government agencies. Our clients come from different industries, but in particular from the fashion, lifestyle, design and food sectors. We also regularly advise clients in the sports industry.

 

Intellectueel eigendom

Our clients are both rights holders, who wish to register, protect or enforce their intellectual property rights, and parties sued by (alleged) rights holders.

 

We are at home in IP law and have a great deal of experience in drafting IP-related contracts such as non-disclosure, licensing and exploitation agreements. We also advise clients, on a daily basis, on the best ways to protect their intellectual property rights. And we frequently advise and litigate in infringement cases, both nationally and internationally.

 

We have a great deal of experience in (international) civil proceedings, such as summary proceedings, proceedings on the merits and ex parte proceedings, as well as proceedings before the Advertising Code Committee and arbitration proceedings before the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).

 

We would be delighted to help you. Feel free to contact us if you need quick, specific, practical advice on:

  • copyright
  • trademark law
  • design rights
  • advertising law
  • trade name law
  • domain names
  • unlawful competition
  • slavish imitation
  • unauthorised publication
  • portrait rights
  • media law
  • related rights
  • database rights
  • business secrets
  • parallel import
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