Ernst-Jan Louwers, Attorney-at-law/entrepreneur at Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten, presents at the 3D Bioprinting Conference: “Bioprinting the law”.
Ernst-Jan Louwers will dive into legal challenges connected to 3D bioprinting and its unprecedented possibilities. Not only involving liability issues but also privacy and personal integrity and intellectual property.
About Ernst-Jan Louwers
Ernst-Jan (1959) is one of the founders of the niche firm Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten, established in hightech city Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The firm plays in the premier league and consists of 8 focused and involved lawyers. With 28 years of experience, Ernst-Jan is a specialized and pragmatic IP/IT lawyer with a passion for and focus on innovation, IP and (information) technology law. He regularly lectures and wrote many publications in his areas of expertise, such as the looseleaf treatise International Computer Law. Apart from his primary job as a lawyer, he is member to the Complaints and Appeals Board for .nl domain names, arbitrator at WIPO, member to supervisory board of Dutch Goldsmiths Guild and board member to Brainport Centre for Technology & Law.
About Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten
Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten is a lean and mean, premier league boutique firm focusing on IP, IT and technology. The firm’s main challenge is to enable and empower enterprises to successfully and sustainably build their business. The firm strives to be there to identify and find solutions for legal hurdles in the product or service life cycle and on the road to the market. The lawyers follow technology developments closely and are up to speed on trends in order to properly and proactively advise and guide its clients in legal minefields. This enables its clients to take strategic decisions on the legal position and business models. Emerging changes in IT and disruptive technologies like additive manufacturing and 3D printing, Big Data, Internet of Things, wearables and other challenging technologies require more than legal knowledge only.
You may rely on Louwers IP|Technology Advocaten for advice on legal issues in the areas of high tech, low tech, information technology, telecommunications, media, retail and e-commerce. The firm realises that a lawyer should not stand in the way of business development but should enable legally sound business opportunities. The task is to identify and help managing risks, ensure compliance and enable governance. If necessary the firm represents its clients’ interests in disputes, always bearing in mind the best possible solution for the client. The firm recently gained an international award in its league.
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