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Boutique firm with a notable offering in both IT and data protection matters. Maintains a comprehensive practice built around software licensing agreements, IT litigation and contentious and non-contentious procurement procedures. Frequently retained by Dutch public sector bodies. Assists with the launch of new applications. Advises clients on data breaches and privacy impact assessments.
One happy client describes the team as a "fantastic law firm with a hands-on mentality," and commends the lawyers for being "very pragmatic and knowing what legal counsels and businesses need."
Another client notes that the firm "has a skilful and competent team of experts who are knowledgeable and well informed about the latest developments in the field of IT law" and are thus "able to boil down complex matters into easy-to-implement solutions or business decisions."
Advised the Dutch Police on the procurement of a new Emergency Control Centre system.
Christian van Seeters particularly advises public sector clients on contentious and non-contentious IT procurement matters. One client lauds him for being "very knowledgeable and able to explain complex matters." Another found him to be "pragmatic" and a "strong negotiator."
Eva Visser is well versed in a range of IT matters involving the negotiation of contracts and software licence agreements, as well as outsourcing matters. One happy client praises her, saying: "Not only is she very good in what she does, she also manages to convey it in a way that makes it easy to understand."
Irene Feenstra frequently assists clients with the drafting of IT contracts and tender documentation, as well as contentious IT procurement matters. One client describes her as "very direct and perfect to have in tough negotiations."
Jeroen Koëter is widely recognised for his data protection and IT expertise and is often instructed on data compliance, data breaches and IT contracts. One client found him to be "highly skilled" and able to provide "clear and to-the-point advice on various privacy and IT-related matters."
Lieneke Viergever advises both Dutch and international corporates on data privacy and IT matters. She acts on data breaches, compliance and privacy assessments, as well as software licensing agreements. A client reports that she is "very sharp in having the overview even while a lot of different topics are running."
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Things move fast in IT. The ways to handle and share information change every day. Innovations in big data, cloud computing and mobile apps offer exciting opportunities for customers and clients – and legal challenges, as legislation can’t keep up with technology.
This is where lawyers with extensive IT experience can really make a difference. Our understanding of both the client and supplier side gives us an invaluable overview of the whole market. Whether it’s supporting international business strategies, untangling contract disputes, or minimising privacy risks, we rigorously analyse every situation to get the root of your individual needs.
We operate at the top of the market, serving clients who are leaders in their field, including technology companies, the Dutch government medical institutions and airlines.
We believe that the success of a project is based in clear communication. No fuss, no hidden fees, no jargon. We work closely with our clients and (when necessary) parties whose expertise can boost our team to produce pragmatic, business-focused solutions that help companies grow.
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