The Dutch Supreme Court (Hoge Raad) recently submitted prejudicial questions to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), the EU’s highest court, to clarify the applicationContinue Reading Are US-Designed Chairs Without US IP Protection Copyright Protectable in Netherlands and Belgium as Works of Applied Art?
Wouter van Wengen is a member of the corporate practice in Greenberg Traurig’s Amsterdam office. He focuses his practice on intellectual property law, IT contracts and data protection law. He represents national and international clients in the creative sector, the technology industry, and a variety of other companies.
Wouter holds an LL.M. degree in information law at the University of Amsterdam, and an LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property Law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law and is a member of the Dutch Bar Association.
Success comes with a price. As of July 1, 2022, influencers with more than 500,000 followers (“Major Influencers”) will be under Dutch Media Authority (Commissariaat van de Media)…
Continue Reading Major Influencers Under the Loupe – Dutch Media Authority Publishes New Policy Rule Effective July 1
World-famous DJ Martijn Garritsen (known to the wider public as Martin Garrix) has been at odds with Spinnin’ Records since 2015, when he announced he would be leaving the label.
Continue Reading Supreme Court (partially) overturns Court of Appeal’s ruling in re Spinnin’ Records v. Martin Garrix