Poland

On 1 July 2020, Poland’s long-awaited specialised IP courts and new types of IP-related court actions came into operation, under new legislation which amends the Civil Procedure Code. The courts will hear all skirmishes relating to intellectual property, as well as unfair competition disputes. The reform also introduced special divisions in five district courts in Warsaw, Poznań, Gdasńk, Lublin and Katowice; and in two courts of appeal in Warsaw and Poznań. These changes aim to advance brand protection and enforcement in the country, while enhancing uniformity of case law and legal certainty. While practitioners are eagerly anticipating the opportunities that the new regime should present, they are also bracing themselves for the initial process of ironing out possible kinks.

Firms: enforcement and litigation

Firms: prosecution and strategy

Baker McKenzie

“A great choice for trademark work in Poland”, Baker McKenzie “makes good use of new technologies to offer cost-effective services” and has one of the largest, best-qualified teams in the country. The global giant “has never let me down”, enthuses one patron: “I highly value its assistance, professionalism and experience; its approach is unique. I wish every in-house counsel could have an ally as reliable as Marcin Fijalkowski. He communicates effectively, has a solutions-oriented approach and negotiates in a direct manner, which helps put an end to disputes before they get too complicated.” Lately, he has been prosecuting for Unilever and providing 360-degree protection to Lingaro, a disruptive innovator in data and analytics. Also providing robust leadership is all-rounder Marek Rosinski, “a business-minded attorney who quickly identifies commercial opportunities for his clients. Marek is really successful and his extensive industry knowledge makes him a superb adviser”. Although best known for her patent practice, Katarzyna Tobiasz-Dumania also lights up the trademark sphere with her fantastic courtroom skills.

Bird & Bird LLP

Intellectual property has long been a central thread of Bird & Bird’s narrative and the Warsaw squad has distinguished itself for its flawless handling of complex branding issues. In pan-European litigation, it presents a united front with robust backing from international colleagues; and it has recently been expanding its bailiwick by carving out a niche in the fintech industry. Department co-lead Piotr Dynowski really hits his stride in the media and regulated sectors, where he crafts watertight strategies and enforces rights tenaciously. “Extremely efficient, professional and a brilliant lawyer”, Marta Koremba is equally at home handling large-scale global portfolios as she is bringing commercially sensitive disputes to a favourable close.

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP 

An unwavering dedication to clients characterises each outpost of CMS and the Polish contingent is no exception. “Our company and its internal processes are consistently changing, but CMS always evolves with us”, comments one satisfied customer. “It is our partner of choice through it all because of its flexibility and willingness to grow; and its data-driven decision-making processes are highly appreciated too.” Heading up the local and Central and Eastern Europe IP group is Tomasz Koryzma – “responsive, reliable, effective, practical and just the type of lawyer you want to work with. He does not just look to understand the technology and internal processes of a business, but also considers practical realities in a way that is most impressive”. Trademark attorney Maciej Olejnik brings an added dimension to the practice, with his thoughtful portfolio management and versatile prosecution toolkit.

Dentons

Dentons has undergone a period of significant growth, with new offices and various mergers worldwide further extending its enviable geographical reach and increasing the number of countries in which it operates to 78. It has made impressive efforts to bolster its prosecution and enforcement offering in Poland and currently maintains one of the largest portfolios of EU marks in the country. Its resident stars are Aleksandra Politańska-Kunicka and Marek Trojnarski. “Politańska-Kunicka pays real attention the nuances of a case and analyses each problem before creating a meticulous strategy. She is a very diligent and dedicated specialist who delivers even when under pressure.” Operating in a similar vein, Trojnarski is always sensitive to the business needs of clients and plays an active role on almost every brief that comes across the desks of the trademark team.

DLA Piper

Breaking into the WTR 1000 Polish rankings this year is international outfit DLA Piper, whose presence on the market is becoming increasingly prominent. The side established the Working Group of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland to better tackle the issue of counterfeiting, and has been lobbying government to ramp up border protections and streamline internal procedures in order to facilitate smoother communication between rights holders and customs authorities. Setting the tone are Ewa Kurowska-Tober and Krystian Maciaszek. Kurowska-Tober is brilliant at brokering agreements that get businesses maximum return on their investments; while pharmaceutical guru Maciaszek has an uncanny knack for predicting what the opposition will do in enforcement proceedings.

Domański Zakrzewski Palinka 

A fixture of the Polish legal landscape for over 25 years, DZP has long enjoyed a deep foothold in the technology, media and telecommunications space. For example, it recently represented Golden Media in a dispute over the registration and use of the name of a major TV show which was of vital importance to the company. Another notable highlight was a brief for publisher Bauer, which saw Aleksandra Auleytner and Jarosław Konecko prevailed in an infringement dispute concerning numerical 100 and 200 marks against a competitor. Division captain Auleytner has an affinity for new technologies and the issues they present, translating complex legal matter into easily digestible guidance. Konecko’s extensive understanding of ancillary disciplines such as copyright and domain names is a real advantage for entities seeking wraparound solutions.

Ernst & Young

“The team at EY Law always go above and beyond what is expected. They consider a brand’s lifecycle in its entirety and keep clients notified of any outstanding matters. In terms of technical insight and legal knowledge, they are among the best in the Polish market.” Perfectly situated at the intersection of tax, regulatory and commercial law, the accountancy firm “provides sound advice on a myriad of complicated issues, from counterfeits to parallel imports, in the most cost-efficient way”. Ensuring that the practice runs smoothly, the “sharp and diligent Justyna Wilczyńska-Baraniak dedicates herself to every project she is involved in. She can assess the evidence gathered to come up with a strategy that is most in line with company goals and bring the situation to a successful resolution”. In the words of one brand owner: “Justyna is one of the top litigators I have had the privilege of working with in over 15 years.”

Fert Jakubiak Wróblewski Patent & Trademark Attorneys

Consistency is the watchword at Fert Jakubiak Wróblewski Patent & Trademark Attorneys, with one rights holder remarking: “You can always count on an incredible service when instructing the firm.” Its headcount and client roster have both increased of late; as has its geographical reach, thanks to a new branch in Łódź. Other exciting initiatives include the recently launched MeetIPings – a space for IP professionals to link up and share insights. This abundance of resources gives it the wherewithal to defend the interests of players like e-commerce platform Allegro against industry giants such as Amazon with consummate ease. The rainmakers are Bartosz Fert and Iwona Jakubiak Vel Wojtczak. Fert is “a devoted and charismatic professional who is driven to achieve things that seem impossible. His business savvy and practical knowledge make him an excellent strategist who can always find the most effective way forward”. Jakubiak Vel Wojtczak “adjusts her approach to match clients’ needs and uses modern software to provide contemporary solutions. She is responsive, a skilled negotiator and an overall great practitioner”.

GKR Legal

Making its debut in the WTR 1000 this year is GKR Legal, which comes “warmly recommended to anyone with branding problems in the region. It is extremely proficient, substantial in its advice and effective too”. The contemporary outfit blends over two decades of IP insight with a forward-thinking approach that appeals to a diverse range of rights holders. “A trusted counsel with a great understanding of what it means to protect a brand, Anna Gołębiowska is extensively experienced at handling complex litigation.” The group co-founder recently went out to bat for Audi alongside WTR 1000 newcomer Renata Bugiel in proceedings concerning its four-ring logo. One of the many questions raised related to the interpretation of legislation and the duo are set to appear before the Supreme Court to see the matter through.

Hasik Rheims & Partners

Boutique Hasik Rheims & Partners continues to provide A-to-Z trademark and brands counsel from its Warsaw HQ. Its lawyers are in hot demand for their anti-counterfeiting and enforcement nous, with the strong relationships they have cultivated with Customs key to their success. However, the firm’s prosecution offering is also blossoming and attracting the attention of a slew of multinationals as a result. Daniel Hasik and Eric Rheims put in all the time, effort and passion needed to make patrons feel secure. “A trusted adviser and litigator”, Hasik delivers sterling results in fraught disputes; while the “proactive, efficient and knowledgeable” Rheims “excels at taking down fakes”.

Hogan Lovells

The seasoned troop at Hogan Lovells relishes working with innovators and has an intuitive grasp of emerging technologies. As testament to this, the Polish branch recently set up a dedicated video game law practice, which is now exploring how best to prevent infringement in one of the world’s fastest-growing industries. Spearheading these efforts is dual-qualified trademark attorney and lawyer Aleksandra Kuc-Makulska, whose 360-degree vision stands her in good stead on complex enforcement scenarios. She has recently been handling PepsiCo’s portfolio along with Ewa Kacperek, who leads the IP division and has also been busy preparing strategies for Deutsche Telekom and assisting it with conflicts.

JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys

The “modern and dynamic” JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys has “a unique team of specialists who are reliable, provide high-quality work and get results quickly. It is excellent on every level”. The set has been dispensing wall-to-wall services for over three decades, with plotting global filing strategies and bringing them to life a real forte – as evidenced by its position as one of the country’s most prolific filers of EU marks. Equally as efficient managing portfolios as she is her department, Magdalena Maksimowska makes her WTR 1000 debut this year: “She is super-skilled, tailors her advice to the specific needs of each industry in which her clients operate and always delivers on time.” Heading the IP litigation division is Tomasz Grucelski, who also garners effusive praise. “I would single out Tomasz for his personality, intelligence and business acumen,” reports one commentator. “He is the go-to guy for trademark matters in Poland and really helps companies to navigate the legal system.” “Professional and efficient in his actions, he is straightforward and reasoned in his advice, and those instructing him are bound to receive a great service in a timely, cost-efficient manner.” Another prominent name and a “strong leader in the field”, Dorota Rzążewska brings extensive domain name and arbitration expertise to the mix.

KONDRAT & Partners

“Impressive, highly experienced and immensely knowledgeable” is the verdict on KONDRAT & Partners. Its practitioners have embraced a collaborative culture, working hand in glove to assist start-ups, SMEs and conglomerates across the trademark spectrum. On the non-contentious front, it has recently been registering rights for P4, one of the country’s top three telecommunications providers; and strategising for Polish-American pharmaceutical company US Pharmacia. Namesake Mariusz Kondrat “is really bright and passionate about what he does, which means it’s easy for him to stay up to date on important legislative amendments”. He recently represented Vobro in a dispute against Mieszko, a key competitor in the confectionery industry, and negotiated a co-existence agreement on its behalf with Lind & Sprüngli. Another noteworthy highlight is its work for a local cosmetics producer, whose marks are now registered and protected in the European Union, Canada, Oman, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. This feat was accomplished by Ewa Niesiobędzka-Krause, “a reliable lawyer” who gracefully navigates any contentious divide.

Kulikowska & Kulikowski spj

A beacon on the Polish legal landscape since 1991, Kulikowska & Kulikowski marries incredible depth with impressive IP insight. From the outset, the 40-strong team has been resolutely focused on helping both domestic and international entities to establish themselves in the local market. “Innovative, determined and extremely efficient in handling administrative proceedings”, all-rounder Jaroslaw Kulikowski “has mastered the art of trademark filings and strategy”. Flanking him is the “business-orientated and knowledgeable Monika Witkowska, who is one of the best at supporting foreign entities. She has a positive attitude, is full of new ideas and may be the friendliest advocate in the country”. Joining the team in the rankings this year is litigator Beata Wojtkowska, who “stands out for her passion and total commitment to the cause”. Monika Chimiak also receives warm accolades from peers: “She is super-flexible, but remains focused on the core issues while keeping an eye on relevant and emerging trends. Monika is an excellent practitioner and I am a huge fan.”

LDS Łazewski Depo & Partners

Comprehensive and sophisticated brand protection and enforcement is the name of the game at LDS Łazewski Depo & Partners, which caters to every trademark need of multinationals such as Aiwa. Managing partner Marek Łazewski is hailed for “building up a tremendous team”, as well as for his “well-founded and passionate advice. He is a seasoned litigator with in-depth knowledge of the law. He is really diligent, takes his work very seriously and has a great business touch”. Anti-counterfeiting expertise is supplied in abundance by Michał Siciarek, who also spends time educating the LDS squad on emerging legal trends and the next generation of lawyers in his capacity as a lecturer. Turning to prosecution, Krystyna Żurawska is “a pleasure to work with”: “She is responsive, meticulous and her communication skills are excellent. Her determination is inspiring and she always does an excellent job.”

PATPOL – European and Polish Patent and Trademark Attorneys 

“A longstanding name on the market, PATPOL’s services are of fantastic quality and its practitioners have a solid understanding of their clients’ business needs and requirements.” Famed for its outstanding prosecution capabilities, it is no mere filing shop, but seeks to enhance the value of portfolios however it can. Litigation arm PATPOL Legal, led by Dariusz Piróg, tackles infringements with lightning speed and has lately been involved in an increasing amount of parallel import proceedings. “Dariusz is really enjoyable to work with, thanks to his responsiveness, clear advice and incredibly accurate estimations of a case’s chances of success.” Managing director and trademark and designs practice head Izabella Dudek-Urbanowicz is “amazing at coordinating work between legal teams and rights holders. The quality of her input and advice on both the technical and strategic levels is impeccable”. Her second in command, Aleksandra Kryśka, leaves no stone unturned when conducting registrability searches and sews up licensing deals with flair. A familiar face before the EUIPO, the “knowledgeable and customer-focused” Joanna Piłka is also a dab hand in the courtroom.

POLSERVICE Patent and Trademark Attorneys Office 

From prosecution to enforcement and anti-counterfeiting, POLSERVICE has seen and done it all for a glittering roster of SMEs and multinationals from over 70 different jurisdictions. Deftly traversing the contentious/non-contentious divide, Anna Stopińska-Ślefarska brings over three decades of experience to the table and helps companies to reap maximum return on their IP investments. “Superb attorney” Bartosz Krakowiak is “a valuable member of any team. He knows everything to do with the latest legal developments and his advice is crisp, detailed and practical”. His extracurricular activities and positions of authority on several committees – including his presidency of the Polish group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property – also receive special mention: “Bartosz is super-active in the IP community and lawyers all over the world know who he is – it’s very impressive.” Joining them in the rankings this year is Paweł Wac, who likewise earns rave reviews: “You can expect the highest level of professionalism from him – he is prompt, thorough and goes the extra mile. Whenever an issue arises, it brings peace to know Pawel is always ready to help, with his concise and conscientious advice”.

Ryszard Skubisz IP Law Office

Esteemed boutique Ryszard Skubisz IP Law Office has long enjoyed a lofty position on the market, which has much to do with founder Ryszard Skubisz and the hard graft he has put into shaping the firm over the years. “A renowned expert and strong litigator who is extremely respected by all”, Skubisz draws on his academic background to analyse cases from every angle. He also publishes widely on IP issues and has made a significant contribution to the evolution of local law.

Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak

“A leader in the field of intellectual property, SKS is exceptionally strong at what it does and has an impressive portfolio of clients. Its diligence in litigation is well known; as are its commitment and engagement to each matter.” It adroitly manages the portfolios of top domestic brands such Eurocash and mBank, while also dreaming up winning strategies for iconic multinationals such as Nike. The latter brief is entrusted to Szymon Gogulski, “a skilled strategist and reliable adviser in contentious scenarios”, whose clients “take comfort in his stellar guidance”. He recently represented Microsoft in infringement proceedings and defended the OMEGA trademark on behalf of Swatch at the Court of Appeal. Department co-head Ewa Skrzydło-Tefelska “is really bright and everything she plans ends up working out like clockwork. Her advice is always timely and the results she obtains are brilliant”. Skrzydło-Tefelska and WTR 1000 debutant Karol Gajek team up regularly to superb effect; they recently went out to bat for major local fintech player Cinkciarz.pl before the EU General Court. “Quick to grasp the most important points of each matter, Gajek understands the companies he assists as well as their commercial goals. He is solutions-oriented and analyses every case to provide a clear-cut strategy.” Large-scale dossiers are expertly managed by Arkadiusz Wójtowicz, “who always takes business needs into account before giving thorough and succinct advice. He is warmly recommended to anyone looking for a reliable and dedicated attorney in Poland”.

Sulima, Grabowska, Sierzputowska Patent and Trademark Attorneys 

Sulima-Grabowska-Sierzputowska Patent & Trademark Attorneys, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2020, has continually refined its offering in tune with the market, embracing change and constantly innovating for the benefit of clients. Its trademark watch service has become increasingly popular among domestic players, resulting in more opposition work coming through the doors. Anna Pasiut leads the line: “A star on the rise in Poland and internationally, she is meticulously focused on the facts of each case and has both a broad and in-depth understanding of legal issues.” The varied practice of colleague Michał Sosnowski encompasses everything from trademarks to patents, designs and domain name disputes, making him a discerning choice for those seeking joined-up guidance.

Taylor Wessing

A new entrant in the Polish rankings this year, global outfit Taylor Wessing “provides a professional and excellent quality of professional work, while exceeding expectations every time”. Its lawyers take the time to forge fruitful relationships with brand owners in order to provide a value-additive service. For example, they recently assisted dynamic local company I.VENTURES in securing crucial intellectual assets, while also designing and implementing a IP and e-commerce strategy that has boosted its overall market presence. Captaining the Warsaw contingent, all-rounder Przemysław Walasek is counsel of choice to blue-chip companies and international trade organisations alike, thanks to his incisive trademark, tax restructuring and licensing expertise. Gaming is also becoming a stronghold for Walasek, who has helped to draft a proposed law on tax relief for the production of cultural video games.

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

The depth of knowledge on offer at Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners is nothing short of astounding. Almost all of its practitioners hold doctorates, have a passion for technology and combine theoretical understanding with a practical approach which achieves optimum results in any situation. Sharp-shooting litigators and co-founders Elzbieta Traple and Paweł Podrecki have set the bar high. A point of reference for the pharmaceutical industry, Traple relishes working in fast-paced environments and is often asked to provide input on upcoming legislative changes. “A fantastic lawyer and a really likeable person”, Podrecki also spends time lecturing at the Jagiellonian University.

Wardyński & Partners

“Wardyński & Partners has excellent practitioners with a great enforcement track record, especially for luxury brands.” As its work is often international in scope, the full-service firm maintains desks around the world and can provide counsel in Czech, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish and Korean. Anna Pompe and Włodzimierz Szoszuk coordinate the troop. “Dedicated and passionate”, Pompe loves to push the envelope with outside-the-box but effective litigation tactics. Also gifted with silky powers of persuasion, Szoszuk is a smooth negotiator with a knack for securing win-win settlements.

Winski Law Firm

Nimble boutique Winski offers a comprehensive suite of trademark services, but is best known for its litigation prowess and its facility for hammering out the right results in domain name disputes. Over the last five years, the side has also been consolidating its prosecution offering and has built up a thriving oppositions practice in the process. Head honcho and “effective lawyer” Marek Winski “has great communication skills and is always honest in his assessments. He is not one to advise too positively for the sake of winning clients over”, but adopts a resolutely transparent approach and presents all pros and cons to facilitate truly informed decision making.

Wolf Theiss

“From the strategy planning stages through to closing a case, Wolf Theiss goes above and beyond to provide valuable support. The team is professional, success-oriented and responsive to time-sensitive requests.” It takes its cue from poised litigator Marcin Rudnik, who recently assisted non-profit organisation Red Noses Clowndoctors – a foundation that aims to lift the spirits of children in hospitals – in an infringement action brought by another entity with a similar scope of activities. Working alongside him on that brief was Monika Gaczkowska, “a proactive attorney who takes the initiative on legal points that may have slipped under the radar”. She lately helped to get ICT service provider ALSO Holding’s acquisition of ABC Data Enterprise across the line.

Zaborski Morysiński Adwokacka Spółka Partnerska Law Firm

“You can rely on Zaborski Morysiński’s lawyers, as well as their knowledge and experience in every case. They are eager to find solutions tailored to individual needs and always take business angles into consideration. Their practical, accurate yet simple advice, and their professionalism, make them a first choice for trademark work.” Contentious ace Klaudia Błach-Morysińska receives effusive praise from all corners of the market: “An excellent contact for those looking for a smart, reasonable and reliable lawyer, Klaudia gives clear, commercially savvy guidance which is perfectly aligned with corporate goals. She is incredibly sharp and tough, and strikes just the right balance between firmness and flexibility to find the optimum solution.” The accolades continue to flow from other sources: “She explains complex legal concepts in a simple way and her commitment to each project is unquestionable. She stays calm in stressful situations and her creativity really sets her apart from the crowd.”

Živko Mijatovic & Partners 

Full-scope, 360-degree cross-border services are all in a day’s work for Zivko Mijatovic & Partners. Seamlessly handling even the most complex cross-border matters across multiple jurisdictions, the practitioners in its 15 offices work in tandem to execute instructions in the quickest, most cost-efficient way, without ever compromising on quality. Although the Polish branch has only been up and running for four years, it has already turned the heads of patrons and peers alike. Anti-counterfeiting is a speciality, with seizures and destructions coordinated through a single point of contact. Tomasz Rychlicki is the name to note for interested parties.

Other recommended experts

At Czyżewscy kancelaria adwokacka sc, Supreme Court litigator Krzysztof Czyżewski puts in polished performances in oral hearings while also managing portfolios with a deft touch for the likes Capital Park, one of the country’s largest investment companies. “Exceptionally precise in her legal assessments, Karolina Marciniszyn is an outstanding and pragmatic attorney with strategic vision. She is rigorous, diligent and always a pleasure to work with.” Marciniszyn can be found at Kochański & Partners. With a razor-sharp focus on litigation, co-founder of ROA Rasiewicz Oleksyn & Associates Marek Oleksyn is a knowledgeable and solution-driven lawyer who also has a keen eye for securing lucrative licensing deals. Bringing further contentious firepower to ROA is Justyna Rasiewicz, “a highly reputed, determined yet approachable litigator”. Described by peers as “a great trademark attorney with a wealth of experience and knowledge”, Agnieszka Śnieżko of WTS Patent Attorneys provides reassuringly comprehensive counsel. “Renowned academic and business-orientated professional” Krystyna Szczepanowska-Kozłowska plies her trade at Allen & Overy. The managing partner of Drzewiecki Tomaszek & Partners, Andrzej Tomaszek is a favourite among local and foreign food, automotive and textile manufacturers for his robust advocacy, on-point strategy and superior client care. At DWF, Oskar Tułodziecki offers “excellent analysis, clear guidance and successful results. He skilfully steers clients through potential risk zones and expertly coordinates all parties involved. His precision, judgement and real-world skills make him an A+ lawyer”. With “exhaustive theoretical knowledge and a pragmatic mind”, Aleksandra Wędrychowska-Karpińska is “very efficient in advising on contentious matters”. She recently set up her own firm, WKGI Wędrychowska-Karpińska, Gutowska-Ibbs adwokaci i radcowie prawni sc. Working out of WKB Wiercinski Kwiecinski Baehr, Agnieszka Wiercinska Kruzewska adopts a holistic approach to intellectual property, drawing on broad industry knowledge to secure watertight protection for A-list brands. Anna Zakrocka of Karcz Zakrocka Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys drafts immaculate applications, sees them through to registration and shines in appearances before the EUIPO. Newly established boutique IPidea was founded by former DWF lawyer and “trustworthy expert” Michał Ziółkowski: “One of the best trademark practitioners in the field, he is always perfectly prepared and fully committed to tackling any problem that surfaces.” Teaming up at Żuraw Gierszewski sp. j, Monika Żuraw and Wojciech Gierszewski are considered by competitors to be “two of the best service providers in Poland”. Żuraw is “an impressive and exceptional lawyer”, while “Gierszewski is a brilliant attorney with a great commercial practice”.

Individuals: anti-counterfeiting

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Marcin Fijalkowski - Baker McKenzie
  • Szymon Gogulski - Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak
  • Tomasz Koryzma - CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP 
  • Marek Łazewski - LDS Łazewski Depo & Partners
  • Anna Pompe - Wardyński & Partners
  • Ewa Skrzydło-Tefelska - Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak
  • Włodzimierz Szoszuk - Wardyński & Partners
  • Klaudia Blach-Morysinska - Zaborski Morysiński Adwokacka Spółka Partnerska Law Firm
  • Piotr Dynowski - Bird & Bird LLP
  • Anna Gołębiowska - GKR Legal
  • Tomasz Grucelski - JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys
  • Daniel Hasik - Hasik Rheims & Partners
  • Bartosz Krakowiak - POLSERVICE Patent and Trademark Attorneys Office 
  • Jaroslaw Kulikowski - Kulikowska & Kulikowski spj
  • Marek Oleksyn - ROA Rasiewicz Oleksyn & Associates
  • Aleksandra Politańska-Kunicka - Dentons
  • Justyna Rasiewicz - ROA Rasiewicz Oleksyn & Associates
  • Eric Rheims - Hasik Rheims & Partners
  • Dorota Rzążewska - JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys
  • Krystyna Szczepanowska-Kozłowska - Allen & Overy A Pędzich sp k
  • Andrzej Tomaszek - Drzewiecki Tomaszek & Partners
  • Marek Trojnarski - Dentons
  • Oskar Tulodziecki - DWF LLP
  • Monika Witkowska - Kulikowska & Kulikowski spj
  • Aleksandra Auleytner - Domański Zakrzewski Palinka 
  • Renata Bugiel - GKR Legal
  • Krzysztof Czyżewski - Czyżewscy kancelaria adwokacka sc
  • Bartosz Fert - Fert Jakubiak Wróblewski Patent & Trademark Attorneys
  • Monika Gaczkowska - Wolf Theiss
  • Ewa Kacperek - Hogan Lovells
  • Jarosław Konecko - Domański Zakrzewski Palinka 
  • Agnieszka Wiercinska Kruzewska - WKB Wiercinski Kwiecinski Baehr
  • Aleksandra Kuc-Makulska - Hogan Lovells
  • Ewa Kurowska-Tober - DLA Piper
  • Krystian Maciaszek - DLA Piper
  • Karolina Marciniszyn - Kochański & Partners
  • Ewa Niesiobędzka-Krause - KONDRAT & Partners
  • Dariusz Piróg - PATPOL – European and Polish Patent and Trademark Attorneys
  • Paweł Podrecki - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners
  • Marcin Rudnik - Wolf Theiss
  • Michal Siciarek - LDS Łazewski Depo & Partners
  • Katarzyna Tobiasz-Dumania - Baker McKenzie
  • Przemyslaw Walasek - Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak
  • Przemyslaw Walasek - Taylor Wessing
  • Aleksandra Wedrychowska-Karpinska - WKGI Wędrychowska-Karpińska, Gutowska-Ibbs adwokaci i radcowie prawni sc
  • Justyna Wilczyńska-Baraniak - Ernst & Young
  • Marek Winski - Winski Law Firm
  • Beata Wojtkowska - Kulikowska & Kulikowski spj
  • Arkadiusz Wójtowicz - Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak
  • Monika Zuraw - Żuraw Gierszewski sp. j

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

Luminaries

  • Ryszard Skubisz - Ryszard Skubisz IP Law Office
  • Elzbieta Traple - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners