Number of employees
About 125 in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland
Headquarters the Hague, 6 branches in the Netherlands, 2 in Belgium, 1 in Germany and 1 in Switzerland.en, Enschede, Leeuwarden and Nijmegen;
The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland
Arnold & Siedsma
We love intellectual property and it is what we do best. We believe in excellence and we achieve this by combining decades of IP experience with youthful élan, by staying sharp and focused, with dedication to the needs of our clients. We have an international network of renowned solicitors and patent attorneys as part of our service. As is speed, straight forward communication, maximum personal attention, and direct and easy contact with the case manager. In other words, we stand for quality and clarity in the way we serve you, irrespective of the nature, urgency and complexity of the question or case. We are conscious of the need to keep the costs as low as possible, reason why we offer a transparent and highly competitive cost structure. We make your business our business. Naturally we are member of the many professional associations, both national and international. Keeping abreast of current developments in IP and related issues, we make a point of writing regularly for leading legal journals. We have experience in proceedings before the Benelux and Community trademark offices, the European Patent Office, WIPO and the European Court of Justice. In complicated trademark and patent cases we often deal with cross-border issues. Thus we are at ease with high profile cases, complex legal issues and tough litigation, but always aiming at the most efficient way of protecting your interests. As we constantly seek to surpass ourselves, we systematically monitor the quality of our services and are critical to ourselves and each other. We greatly value and appreciate feedback from our clients and welcome any discussion with you about the quality of our service.
Graduated MSc/Phd in preferably (applied) physics, electrical or mechnical engineering or related areas. Interest in innovation and law issues Willingness to enter the 4 year training program for Patent Attorney (2 years for Dutch licence, 2 years for European licence) Excellent command of Dutch and English (a 2nd foreign language is considered an advantage) Good communication skills Teamplayer
Computer Science, Chemistry (MST), Mathematics, Physics