De Brauw appoints Oscar Lamme as counsel

March 12, 2019

De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek has appointed Oscar Lamme as counsel. The appointment strengthens the senior expertise De Brauw needs to take on technology-heavy matters, which require proficiency on intellectual property law and, in particular, patent law. Combining a law degree with an engineering degree and extensive experience working internationally, Oscar Lamme has the right profile for this.

Geert Potjewijd, managing partner of De Brauw: ‘As we take on increasingly international and complex matters, different experts work together to handle matters by combining their expertise in teams. Especially highly skilled and versatile lawyers such as Oscar excel in this type of working environment. Oscar is able to combine his legal expertise with an understanding of technology and engineering. He has proven his added value to clients time and time again, and we are pleased to now welcome him as counsel in our firm.”


Oscar graduated cum laude in 2006 with a Master’s degree in Law & IT, and he also holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and Management. Since joining De Brauw in 2007, Oscar was stationed in London in 2010, worked in Bejing in 2011 and was seconded to ASML for part of 2013. He specialises in international patent and other technology-related litigation. He handles cases spanning a wide variety of technical fields, including telecom, electronics, pharmaceuticals, chemical and biotechnology. Most of his work is cross-border and multi-disciplinary in nature.


Oscar Lamme: “Technology is changing business faster than ever before. At De Brauw we are uniquely positioned to assist our clients with all legal challenges that come with that change. We do not only have all legal knowledge in house, but also have the technical expertise to fully appreciate the issues in play. I’m proud to be part of such a team and I look forward to further expand our practice in technology-heavy matters.”

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