About Bram Woltering

Bram Woltering specialises in intellectual property law and advises and represents national and international clients in cases relating to parallel trade, transit and infringements (of trademarks rights, copyrights, designs, and patent rights), among other things. He has also acquired a lot of experience with anti-counterfeiting and its coordination at European level.

Bram also advises on the (worldwide) filing of trademarks and designs. As part of this, he conducts opposition and invalidity actions at bodies that grant trademarks and designs. He regularly publishes on new developments within his specialist field.

His clients vary from retailers to national and international clients that are active in the manufacturing industry. Bram is a member of the AIPPI/VIE (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intelectuelle/Intellectual Property Association) and the BMM (Benelux Association for Trademark and Design Law).

Bram is recommended in Legal 500 (2022), which included the following testimonial:

‘I’ve worked with Bram Woltering. He is a great match for me. He is of course professional and knowledgeable as you expect from any lawyer. Bram is also very willing to go the extra mile and can think and advise practically. This last characteristic is of great value to me as a corporate lawyer and is not present in every lawyer. Last but not least, Bram has a good sense of humour and seems to enjoy the cases he is involved in.’

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More about

  • Tilburg University: Master of Laws - Private Law
  • Tilburg University: Master of Laws - Law and Technology
Admitted to bar
  • The Netherlands
  • Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intelectuelle (AIPPI/VIE) / Association for Intellectual Property
  • Benelux Association for Trademark and Design Law (BMM)
Legal practice areas the Netherlands Bar’s register

Bram Woltering has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):


  • Intellectual property law


Based on this registration, Bram is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.