Kasper has almost 20 years of experience as an IP attorney. He advises clients about the protection, enforcement and exploitation of their IP rights, such as trademarks, designs and copyrights, on a worldwide level. His specialisms cover worldwide portfolio management, cross border opposition and enforcement strategies, due diligence and counterfeit issues. Kasper joined HGF in January 2017.
Kasper graduated in 1996 with a law degree from the University of Amsterdam. In 2001 Kasper passed the exam of the Benelux Trademark and Design Association and became a qualified Benelux and EU Trademark Attorney. Kasper services appealing clients in amongst others the fashion, luxury retail, food, pharmaceutical and horticultural industry.
WTR 1000 (2017) says: "Kasper is an outstanding, hands-on attorney who is always on the ball" and "is a genius at building ironclad portfolios."
WTR 1000 (2018) says: "Holistic brand manager Radstake is equally comfortable building fortress-like portfolios and getting fake goods removed from the market.
WTR 1000 (2019) says: "Hagen, Radstake and de Ruijter perform brilliantly. They shine on strategic portfolio management and rationalisation, as well as oppositions and infringements.”
WTR 1000 (2020) says: "Kasper Radstake is another star of the firm described as a "highly intelligent and responsive practitioner who is thorough and practical in his provision of cost-effective solutions."
Kasper is a member of the Benelux Association of Trademark and Design Law (BMM), the International Trademark Association (INTA) and MARQUES.
University of Amsterdam
2020: Kasper Radstake is another star of the firm, described as a “highly intelligent and responsive practitioner who is thorough and practical in his provision of cost-effective solutions”. 2017: Kasper is an outstanding, hands-on attorney who is always on the ball" and "is a genius at building ironclad portfolios."
September 18th 2018
Kasper is an active Member of the Certification Mark Committee of the Benelux Association of Trademark and Design law (BMM).
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