Orange (Warsaw)

Ewa Gojniczek

Orange (Warsaw)
In House Counsel

Ewa Gojniczek is an in House Counsel at Orange Polska. Previously, Ewa was an associate in competition law practice of WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr. Prior to joining the Firm, Ewa received scholarships from the Leonardo da Vinci programme and pursued traineeships in one of the leading law firms in Brussels and a consultancy company operating in the health and consumer protection areas in Brussels. She graduated from the faculty of law at Ryszard Lazarski School of Commerce and Law in Warsaw, the European Studies faculty at the University of Warsaw and from the law faculty in the Brussels University (VUB), obtaining an LL.M. degree. During her studies she participated as scholar in the Sokrates/Erasmus programme and studied at the law faculty of the University of Leuven in Belgium.

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4950 Bulletin

Ewa Gojniczek The President of the Polish Competition Authority finds that a professional road transport association has restricted competition by imposing differentiated charges for distributing TIR vouchers (Association of International Road Carriers)


The Association of International Road Carriers (AIRC), the largest Polish road transport industry association bringing together four thousand entities, has the exclusive right to distribute TIR vouchers in Poland. As AIRC website suggests, the AIRC members own almost all of the 100 thousand (...)

Ewa Gojniczek The Polish Competition Authority conditionally clears a vertical merger between a company operating in the sale and extraction of coal and a producer of mining accessories (Kompania Węglowa / Huta Łabędy)


The Polish Competition Authority (the OCCP President) gave consent for Kompania Węglowa to take over Huta Łabędy. It was however a conditional consent. The Authority very rarely issues any conditions in relation to the merger decisions, only around 2% of decisions issued by the OCCP President (...)

Aleksander Stawicki, Ewa Gojniczek The Polish Competition Authority issues the highest fine of €99.5 million in its history for breaching National Law for companies operating on the cement market (Cement Cartel)


On December 8, 2009, the Polish competition authority, the President of the Office for Competition and Consumer Protection, issued a decision in which it found that 11 companies operating on the cement market entered into an anticompetitive agreement breaching Polish national law and the EU (...)

Aleksander Stawicki, Ewa Gojniczek The Polish Competition Authority imposes a financial penalty on a collective copyright management association for practices restricting competition (SAWP)


Introduction Polish competition authority questions the practices of the Polish Musical Performing Artists’ Association (SAWP - Stowarzyszenie Artystów Wykonawców Utworów Muzycznych i Słowno-Muzycznych). In the decision from June 10, 2009, the President of the Office of Competition and (...)


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