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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

65 Fleet Street

London, Greater London,EC4Y 1HS

United Kingdom

Company Description

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is a global law firm with a long-standing track record of successfully supporting the world's leading national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and governments on ground-breaking and business-critical ma...more

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Peter Hendrick
Peter Hendrick peter.hendrick@freshfields.com Intellectual property and information technology Partner


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Mr Peter HendrickPeter Hendrick, based in our Amsterdam office and a member of our IP/IT Practice Group, specialises in international patent litigation.He functioned as co-head of the Freshfields International Health Care Sector Group and leads Freshfields International Patent Litigation Group, particularly operating in the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands.This Group also coordinates litigation on behalf of clients with specialized law firms in other European member states.Peter was educated at the Law School of the University of Nijmegen.He speaks Dutch, English, German and French.He joined Freshfields in 1999 from the Dutch law firm Stibbe where he was head of the IP Group.Peter Hendrick is one of the most well-known and respected patent litigators in Europe.In addition to having broad expertise in patent litigation on behalf of national and international clients in the Netherlands Courts, including the Supreme Court, and in the European Patent Office, particularly in Opposition Division and Technical Board of Appeal cases, he has been active as lead counsel in a number of international patent litigation cases which were brought simultaneously in European- and non- European jurisdictions.He is also involved as litigation and M&A strategist for banks and investment institutes with regard to patent-portfolio's.In all these matters he works with his own team of scientists.He has been recognised as a first tier, leading lawyer by a number of international Lawyers Guides such as Chambers Global, MIP, Patent Law Expert Guide and PLC Which Lawyer?In recent years Peter Hendrick has acted for international clients such as Abbott Laboratories; Ajinomoto; Chiron Corporation; Cisco; Colgate Palmolive; GlaxoSmithKline; Hewlett-Packard; Hoffman la Roche; Ipsen; Johnson & Johnson; Microsoft; Motorola; NEC Corporation; Nexans; Rockwool International; Sankyo; SCA; Schlumberger; Solvay; Toshiba; Wyeth.Peter has a broad knowledge of International Conventions, Regulations and National Laws of Procedure and was one of the first European litigators to develop strategies which resulted in the Dutch Cross-Border Injunction System.Recently he defended the position of Hoffman la Roche in the European Court of Justice on the specific question whether cross-border injunctions in patent matters were in accordance with the European Rules.He won this landmark case on behalf of Hoffmann La Roche.Mr Peter Hendrick


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Peter HendrickPeter is one of the most well-known and respected patent litigators in Europe.He is joint head of the Freshfields international healthcare sector group and also leads Freshfields' international IP litigation team, which operates in the Netherlands, Germany, the UK, France, Italy, Spain, the European Patent Office, Hong Kong and the PRC.Peter joined Freshfields in 1999, from the Dutch law firm Stibbe, where he was head of the IP group.He joined Stibbe from the University of Nijmegen in 1976 and became a partner in that law firm in 1982.In addition to having broad expertise in international patent litigation, Peter is an expert litigator in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device cases.His litigation expertise covers a diverse range of matters from those in the specialist patent courts in The Hague to working on behalf of national and international clients in the European Patent Office in Munich in Opposition and Appeal cases.He has been active as lead counsel in a number of co-pending international patent litigation cases that were brought simultaneously in European- and non-European jurisdictions.In all these matters Peter works with his own team of scientists.He also acts as a litigation strategist for international clients and investment banks.In recent years, Peter has acted for international clients such as Hoffmann-la Roche, Abbott Laboratories, Johnson & Johnson, Chiron Corporation, Cisco, Crucell, Rockwool, Colgate Palmolive, SCA, Vanderlande Industries, Sankyo, Ipsen, Wyeth, Hewlett Packard and Toshiba.In the field of medical devices Peter represented Medtronic and Vitatron in various cases in the 1990s and more recently has acted for Cordis, EGP (Palmaz), and Johnson & Johnson in international litigation against Boston Scientific, Schneider, ACS and Guidant.The subject matters in a number of these cases were European patents on stents and the nylon-5 material of catheters and catheter tips.Peter has a broad knowledge of international conventions, regulations and national laws of procedure and was one of the first litigators to develop strategies that resulted in the famous Dutch cross-border injunction system.He also developed the moderated version of this system known as the "Spider in the Web Doctrine," which constituted the basis for the well-known decision of The Hague Court of Appeal in the matter of EGP/Boston Scientific of 23 April 1998.Recently he defended the position of Hoffmann-la Roche against Immunomedics in the European Court of Justice in an international cross-border patent matter on whether cross-border injunctions were still available.The case attracted observations from the European Commission and the governments of the UK, France and the Netherlands.Peter is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and he is fluent in English, German, French and Dutch.


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Peter Hendrick Peter Hendrick, based in our Amsterdam office and a member of our IP/IT practice group, specialises in international patent litigation.He has wide experience of litigation in The Hague district court and the court of appeals in patent infringement and validity cases, and of working on behalf of national and international clients in European Patent Office cases.He leads the international Patent Litigation Group and is co-head of our Healthcare sector group.Peter is recognised as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global and PLC Which Lawyer? for both IP and Life Sciences and for patent law in the Patent Law Expert Guide 2005. Peter joined Stibbe Simont as an associate in 1976 becoming a partner in 1982, before becoming a partner at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in 1999.Born in 1947, Peter was educated at the University of Nijmegen.He speaks Dutch, English, German and French. Peter Hendrick


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There's a highly topical article by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer's Peter Hendrick and B. J. Berghuis van Woortman on the current position regarding detention of infringing goods as they enter the EU - a subject that many people assume concerns trade marks and copyrights rather than patent rights.


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