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Martijn Loth is a counsel with a legal and a technical background. He specialises in technology-related commercial contracting and negotiations, dispute resolution (litigation and arbitration), advising on new technologies, and assisting with regulatory compliance with data protection and telecommunication laws and regulations.
Martijn has an affinity for intricate information systems, whether that be law or technology. Before pursuing a career in law, he gained extensive experience as a computer programmer, general open source enthusiast and *nix system administrator. He has built his career as a lawyer on being able to understand, advise and litigate about law and technology in a clear and simple way from this unique perspective.
Clients – both vendors and customers – seek Martijn out to guide them through contract negotiations, software licensing deals, transformational projects relating to technology and data, and regulatory advice regarding data protection and telecommunications compliance. Where necessary, Martijn stands ready as an experienced litigator.
|Since 2022||Counsel, Taylor Wessing|
|2019-2021||Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2015-2019||Associate, Kennedy Van der Laan|
|2012-2014||Associate, Bits of Freedom|
|2020||Post-academic specialisation training Information Law, Grotius Academy|
|2017||Vocational Training, The Netherlands Bar Association|
|2014||LLM, Information Law, University of Amsterdam|
|2012||LLB, Law and Business Sciences, Leiden University|
|2012||Minor Internet Law, Leiden University|
Association for Dutch IT Law Professionals
Actualités et publications récentes
Christian Frank, Martijn Loth, Maarten Rijks and Eelco Bergsma honoured with Lexology Client Choice Award 2024
par plusieurs auteurs
Open Source Security vs Open Source Liability
Jo Joyce and Martijn Loth look at developments in cyber security regulation and how they are likely to impact Open Source Software.
2 de 4 Publications
Time to adapt your Open Source Software policies to include AI code assistants’ output!
Lucas de Groot and Martijn Loth look at the impact of AI code assistants on Open Source Software.
1 de 4 Publications