Magdalena Mitas

Kochanski Zieba Rapala & Partners
Lawyer (Partner) Head of Energy and Environmental Law Practice

Magdalena Mitas is partner at Kochanski Zieba Rapala (Warsaw). She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of Jagiellonian University, (2007, master’s thesis regarding law of trusts in civil law jurisdictions). She joined DeBenedetti Majewski Szczeniak Sp.k. in July 2007. Prior to that, she worked in law offices as well as in public administration. She also studied in Business Law at Middlesex University in London (Certificate 2006) and in English for Legal Professions and English Legal System from University of Westminster (Certificate 2005). Magdalena Mitas specializes in commercial law, private international law, press law as well as civil law proceedings. Working languages: Polish, English, French.

Articles

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Magdalena Mitas The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection imposes a fine of over € 13,000,000 on two operators in the do-it-yourself sector for concerted price fixing practices and refuses to grant leniency (Castorama - ICI)

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The commented decision, issued on 7 April 2008 (the “Decision”) by the President of the Office for Competition and Consumer Protection (the “OCCP President”), results from the antimonopoly proceedings initiated in December 2006. The Office’s investigation focused on determining whether Castorama, (...)

Magdalena Mitas The Polish Competition Authority heavely fines 85 companies for anticompetitive price fixing practices in the paints and polishing products sector (Tikkurilla Polska)

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On 31 December 2007, the President of OCCP issued decision n° RKT-79/2007 finding one of the biggest paints and polishing products manufacturer in Poland guilty of implementing anti-competitive retail price maintenance practices. The antimonopoly procedures have been initiated in October 2007 (...)

Magdalena Mitas The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection conducts anti-trust proceedings against the Polish authors’ association in order to stop alleged monopolist practices (ZAiKS)

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Background For several years now, the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection is carefully monitoring the practices of the copyright protection organizations and, as a result, there are few cases pending nowadays related to the competition protection within the copyright market. (...)

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