Judica Krikke

I am Judica Krikke
Information Technology specialist
Intellectual Property specialist

Judica Krikke

Judica is the head of our IP and TMT practices in Amsterdam and has broad knowledge and experience in each.

Judica acts as lead counsel in global outsourcings, ICT procurements and other ICT transactions. She has specific expertise in software license and compliance issues. Her expert leadership and knowledge reinforces our capacity as a full service firm to handle large transactions involving media and technology.

Judica’s academic background is in copyright and she frequently advises on software ownership, license rights and content exploitation. She has acted on such matters for many years for several national and international publishers.

Her enthusiasm and dedication to her specialisms drive her to write and teach on ICT and copyright. She teaches information law at Grotius Academy and is arbitrator for Stichting Geschillenoplossing Automatisering (SGOA), the Dutch alternative dispute settlement forum for the settlement of ICT disputes.

Judica has a Master of Law and a Master of Arts.

  • Languages: Dutch, English
  • Admitted to the Amsterdam Bar: 1995
  • Partner since: 2013

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Short Reads - A Brexit without a deal, or with a deal that does not cover all relevant aspects, is still a potential scenario. We have highlighted a number of unexpected legal consequences of Brexit in such a no deal or incomplete deal scenario.

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11.10.2018 NL law
Stibbe hosts NGB Extra Seminar about product development and counsel’s role at the interface of new technology and law

Seminar - On 11 October 2018, Stibbe will host the NGB (Dutch Association of Corporate Lawyers) Extra Seminar.  IT/IP lawyers Judica Krikke, Jasper Klopper, Marc Spuijbroek and Frederiek Fernhout will discuss the practical aspects of the development of innovative new products. 

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18.02.2019 NL law
Brexit and data protection: preparing for a 'no-deal'

Short Reads - As it stands, the UK will exit the European Union at midnight on 29 March 2019. Therefore, businesses within the UK, or with trade relations with the UK, would be best advised to assume that a no-deal Brexit is inevitable. The exchange of personal data  within the EU is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In a no-deal Brexit, the GDPR will cease to be applicable in the UK upon its EU exit.

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07.08.2018 NL law
General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect

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20.11.2018 NL law
Seminar 'Personal data from a broader perspective: overlap inside and outside the privacy domain'

Seminar - On 20 November 2018, Stibbe will host a seminar on privacy. Several Stibbe lawyers will discuss personal data from a broader perspective and the overlap that can occur inside and outside the legal privacy domain.

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