Janusz Piotr offered advice for technological companies, Internet and television companies, fuel, spirits, construction, tobacco, cosmetic companies, as well as film producers and distributors, and manufacturers of electronic equipment and luxury goods. He conducted disputes and negotiations with royalty collection and distribution societies and state institutions. He took part in court proceedings regarding infringement of rights to well-known trademarks and conducted domain disputes before the Court of Arbitration in Warsaw. He also participated in court disputes related to the infringement of personal interests resulting from press publications. He offered advice for tobacco companies in the area of right to advertise. He represented clients before the General Inspector for Personal Data Protection in a procedure on procuring approval for transfer of personal data outside of the European Economic Area. Kolczyński acquired his initial professional experience as a legal advisor in Wardyński & Partners Law Firm and as a head of the intellectual property and new technologies section in PwC Legal Polska. Janusz Piotr is a doctoral student at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2001, he was a scholarship holder at the Max Planck Institute in Munich.
Maciej started his professional career at the tax counselling division in PwC where, for over five years, he was responsible for the servicing of proceedings before tax authorities and administrative courts. Subsequently, he collaborated with PwC Legal Polska where he was involved in projects related to broadly-understood intellectual property rights and protection of personal data, corporate law and in court proceedings. In 2013, he qualified as legal counsel with third best result in the District Bar Association and started developing his professional practice. His area of experience includes counselling for one of the largest telecommunication companies in Poland, where he issued opinions on contracts regarding, in particular, purchase and implementation of IT systems, as well as verified the company’s marketing communication. He helped one of the most buoyant start-ups operating in the e-commerce industry in the process of selling its shares to an important investor from the medical industry, as well as in preparation of rules for electronic service provision. He issued opinions on agreements with trade partners for an important player at the sales support market with coupon promotions. He also advised one of the well-known players at the advertisement and marketing market (also in the area of e-commerce) with respect to the contract law and compliance of the communication and marketing solutions proposed to the clients with the law, taking into account such sensitive industries as the tobacco industry, the alcohol and the pharmaceutical industry.
Maciej qualified as a journalist at the University of Warsaw and completed post-graduate studies on intellectual property rights at the Unviersity of Warsaw and studies on new technology law at the Koźmiński University.
Dominika qualified at the Catholic University of Lublin and completed her post-graduate studies at the Intellectual Property Rights’ Institute at the University of Warsaw. She collaborated with a public television broadcaster and a leading royalty collection and distribution society. She acquired her professional experience when working for a district court in Warsaw and a company managing one of the largest teleinformation networks in Poland. She also possesses experience related to the legal support for the professional self-government of tax advisors.
Agnieszka is a lawyer and a Polish and European patent attorney specialising in trademark, industrial design law and competition law. She runs an agency practice as part of partner company, WTS Rzecznicy Patentowi, which she co-founded.
Between 2001 and 2005, she participated in Ph.D. classes at the Institute of Law Studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences. As part of the study, she received a scholarship of the Max-Planck Foundation and in 2003 she completed a half-year research scholarship in the Max-Planck Institute in Munich, which focused on the intellectual property law and tax law. She is a member of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys and a member of the European Communities Trademark Association. Agnieszka possesses extensive experience in representing clients in proceedings related to trademarks and industrial design, including administrative proceedings and disputes before the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland and EUIPO and in court proceedings before Polish administrative courts. As a counsellor, she participates in civil and economic cases related to the infringement of exclusive rights and activities contradictory with the principles of fair competition.
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