Partner at Arnold & Siedsma
Martin Luten is a European patent attorney and partner in Arnold & Siedsma’s Hague office. Within Arnold & Siedsma, Mr Luten handles patent applications and represents clients in opposition and appeal proceedings before the Dutch and European patent offices. Mr Luten is experienced in litigating patents before the national courts, in particular in larger patent portfolios in international patent disputes, such as Nikon v ASML.
Mr Luten uses this experience to advise multinational corporations on these international patent disputes. As a member of the Arnold & Siedsma Japan desk, Mr Luten has ample experience with advising and servicing Japanese companies with their European patent applications and litigation strategies.
Mr Luten is an active member of the Dutch Patent Institute, epi and the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property. He frequently chairs and lectures at international gatherings on software patent protection before the EPO. Within Arnold & Siedsma, Mr Luten is also involved in training and guiding young engineers wishing to become European patent attorneys.
Previous testimonials for Mr Luten include the following, published in the IAM Patent 1000:
Martin Luten is another go-to when infringement headaches loom: “He has a unique ability to understand the needs of his clients and masterminds effective enforcement strategies that produce optimal results.” “His eye for detail is impressive and he understands new technologies very quickly.”