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
Thomas van Weeren is a lawyer 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.
“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
By Thomas van Weeren & Radboud Ribbert on
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