Georgina Nühn

Georgina is an involved, pragmatic and dedicated lawyer who always seeks the best solution for her client in an efficient manner.

Georgina specialises in all aspects of media law,  intellectual property law and advertising law. She advises and litigates on a regular basis in (cross-border) trademark infringements and represents clients in opposition proceedings before EUIPO and BOIP. Furthermore Georgina advises her clients in the food industry on statements and claims which they make in their advertising. She is also experienced in representing clients before the Dutch Advertising Code Committee (RCC).

Georgina regularly advises and litigates in media law cases where the right to privacy conflicts with freedom of speech. As she is consulted by both the media as well as private individuals in publicly-sensitive cases, she knows exactly which interests are at stake and how to best advise her clients in their particular situations.

Georgina is part of the editorial board (of documentation) of the media law journal ‘Mediaforum’. Georgina is also legal advisor to a charitable family foundation on a pro bono basis.

Georgina has been working for Le Poole Bekema since April 2016.

  • Commercial Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Media
  • Privacy
T +31 20 2445 795
M +31 6 8382 3718

Recent matters handled by Georgina

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Georgina Nühn works closely with one of the Netherlands most well-known and well-loved children’s brands to protect the trademarks and copyright of this brand. She sends letters of demand and where necessary proceeds against parties who infringe their rights.


media

Georgina Nühn and Bas Le Poole successfully represented Telegraaf Media Groep in proceedings against Loterijverlies. Loterijverlies’ claims included a professional ban for journalists Bart Mos and Paul Jansen, who are employed by the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf. The court of Amsterdam dismissed all Loterijverlies’ claims; the publications are not unlawful.


Georgina has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister): Intellectual property law and Litigation. Based on this registration, Georgina 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.