European University Institute (Florence)

Anna Pisarkiewicz

European University Institute (Florence)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Anna Pisarkiewicz is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence since 2021, where she also obtained her PhD in 2014, which focused on the comparative assessment of the institutional setting in the electronic communications sectors of chosen old and new EU Member States. She also graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University in 2005. She has subsequently moved to Ireland, where she tutored a course on EU law at the University of Limerick, worked for Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors and acted as an Interpreter in Criminal Proceedings in Limerick District Court.

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Articles

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Anna Pisarkiewicz The Polish Competition Authority clears the setting-up of a joint venture by the leading mobile operators taking into account the high costs of building a specific infrastructure (Mobile TV - P4, Polkomtel, PTC and Centertel)

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The notified concentration In August 2008, the four largest mobile operators in Poland, Polkomtel, PTC, Centertel and P4, notified the UOKiK (the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection) about their intention to set up a new undertaking that would provide wholesale audiovisual (...)

Anna Pisarkiewicz The Polish Supreme Court confirms that a practice of the telecommunications incumbent aimed at creating onerous conditions for the exercise of consumers’ rights restricts competition (Telekomunikacja Polska)

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The President of the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) on 31 December 2004 issued a decision wherein it declared that the practice of the Telekomunikacja Polska, the Polish telecommunications incumbent operator, constituted restriction of competition within the (...)

Anna Pisarkiewicz The Polish Court of Appeal of Warsaw quashes the first instance ruling reversing the Competition Authority’s decision having imposed a €21.5 million fine on the telecommunications incumbent for tying of Internet services contrary to the principle of the cost-oriented prices (Telekomunikacja Polska)

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On 10 April 2008 the Court of Appeal quashed the verdict of the lower court, the SOKiK (the Polish Court for Competition and Consumer Protection), which in 2007 reversed the decision of the President of the UKE (the Office for Electronic Communications), imposing a 100 million PLN fine (...)

Anna Pisarkiewicz The Polish Supreme Court sheds light on the notion of the Court of last instance under the Polish law in the light of Art. 234.3 EC (Polish telecommunications regulator)

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In September 2005 the President of the URTiP (the predecessor of the UKE, the Polish telecommunications regulator) issued a resolution, wherein it declared the market for access and call origination in the public mobile networks not to be efficiently competitive. One of the operators active on (...)

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