A case that originated in Finland concerned liability for a defective product and the concept of “producer” under EU trademark law. A coffee machine caught fire. The machine contained trademarksContinue Reading Trademark Owner Liable to Consumer for Product Defect, European Court of Justice Rules
Thomas van Weeren is an associate in Greenberg Traurig’s Amsterdam office. He focuses his practice on intellectual property and advises, negotiates, and litigates for both national and international clients.
Thomas holds a LL.M. degree in intellectual property law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and is a member of the Dutch Bar Association.
Imagine this: what if Dutch Formula-1 racecar driver Max Verstappen would deliver your groceries? That would be something, right? Although – according to a 2016 commercial – when doing so,…
Continue Reading “Under Dutch law, a lookalike in a commercial may be a so-called portrait that the person portrayed may be able to resist”: Supreme Court of the Netherlands