Abraham Mouritz

Advocaat | Attorney at law


- IT agreements and cloud sourcing

- IP valuation

- Data protection

- Cyber security

Abraham founded the firm in 2016 with the view that despite often complex situations in today’s technology driven world, legal advice needs to be pragmatic and realistic for business. Sometimes a multidisciplinary approach may be necessary and for this reason the firm also has IT specialists onboard. His focus is on digital transformation, IT agreements, cloud sourcing, cybersecurity, IP valuation and commercial contracts. Abraham has developed a number of business concepts such as GDPR as a Service and IP Box.

Abraham often handles transactions where IP rights play an important role. He has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating license agreements, structuring IP portfolios and advising on valuation of IP rights. Abraham is well versed in complex multi-jurisdictional transactions. He has interacted with many different business cultures and quickly adapts to their specific way of doing business. 

Phone Number:

+31 (0)20 800 6523



What others say:

  • Abraham helped us close a number of key transactions by using anintelligent and pragmatic approach.” – Jouk Pleiter, CEO at Backbase

  • Abraham has an eye for both the legal and business aspects of files.” – Rozemarijn Bloemendal, Head of Legal at KLM

  • He is an intelligent advisor and a team player, enthusiastic in what he does and with a very practical approach.” – Antonello Gargano, Head of Privacy and Chief Privacy Officer at ASML


  • University of Amsterdam, Civil law (1995)
  • King’s College London, Sports Law (2008; cum laude)
  • Grotius Academie, Information law (2021; cum laude)


  • Netherlands Bar Association (NOvA) & Amsterdam Bar Association (since 1996)
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
  • Association of Privacy Attorneys (VPR-A)
  • Association of Information Law Attorneys (VIRA)

Netherlands Bar Association’s register on legal practice areas:

Abraham has registered the following legal practice areas: Information law and Privacy law. These registrations oblige him to obtain a minimum of ten training credits every calendar year for each respective legal practice area.