HGF Office

The Hague

Benoordenhoutseweg 46,
2596 BC The Hague,
Netherlands

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HGF is dedicated to providing a comprehensive service both across the Netherlands and internationally. Contact us to find out how we can work with your business.

Tel. +31 (0)70 240 0899

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HGF in the Hague opened in 2015 to cater for clients in the Benelux, providing direct representation at proceedings at the European Patent Office branch located in the Hague. Our attorneys can act directly before the EPO, the Dutch and the Belgian patent office, and file trade marks and designs at the Benelux Office for Intellectual Property.

Well-connected with the universities and small businesses in the area, our attorneys possess expertise in a range of fields including chemistry, life sciences, polymer sciences, bio sciences and pharmaceuticals. The team also collaborates with the firm’s multidisciplinary specialists across the company to offer IP services spanning trade marks, engineering and electronics.

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Latest updates

Event - 26th October 2021

9th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: Europe

9th Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: Europe will be held on 26th-27th October 2021 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The event is dedicated to exploring microbiome research and strategies for …

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Event - 21st October 2021

Medical Technology Ireland Conference 2021

Medical Technology Ireland Conference will be held on 20-21 October 2021 at the Galway Racecourse. Medical Technology Ireland Conference features presentations by leading international medical device experts with thought-provoking guest …

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Event - 3rd November 2021

Challenging granted patents: a comparison between Europe and the US

HGF and Knobbe Martens are holding a webinar on 3rd November. Challenging granted patents: a comparison between Europe and the US In this webinar we will compare and contrast mechanisms …

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