Liedekerke bolsters IP team in Brussels
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Liedekerke bolsters IP team in Brussels

Belgian law firm Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick has taken a senior lawyer from Loyens & Loeff to head its IP and IT practice


Etienne Kairis (right), who worked as of counsel at Loyens & Loeff, joins Liedekerke as a partner. He will focus on distribution, fair trade practices, IP and IT law, and has particular expertise in the auto industry.

He is joined by trade mark and copyright law specialist Bernard Vanbrabant as of counsel in the firm’s commercial and litigation practice group and by associates Marie-Caroline Morelle and Peter Craddock.

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