Małgorzata Kozak

Małgorzaty Kozak (Warsaw)
Lawyer (Partner)

Małgorzata Kozak, Ph.D., is a legal advisor in Warsaw. She runs her own individual firm assisting clients and work as of counsel at Affre law firm. She specializes in regulatory issues, antitrust, EU law including state aids and regional policy. Małgorzata is a graduate of: University of Gdansk and the University of Social Sciences Capitole in Toulouse. She completed postgraduate studies in European competition law at King’s College in London. She also obtained a doctoral degree (docteur) at the University of Social Sciences Capitole in Toulouse, France. She is also the author or co-author of several publications on antitrust regulations.

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Affre i Wspólnicy (Warsaw)

Articles

205 Bulletin

Maciej Janik, Małgorzata Kozak The Polish Supreme Court examines a case of non-compliance with a decision of the Competition Authority finding abuse of a dominant position (PKP Cargo)

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In the judgement of 7 March 2018 (III SK 6/17), the Polish Supreme Court (“SC”) examined the case of non-compliance with the decision of the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (“NCA”) on the abuse of a dominant position by PKP Cargo, Poland’s largest railway freight (...)

Maciej Janik, Małgorzata Kozak The Polish Supreme Court finds that a decision of the Competition Authority and the judgement of the Court of Appeal that confirmed it failed to establish a sufficiently precise relevant market definition to enable the finding of an abuse of dominance in the natural gas sector (PGNiG)

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In the judgment of the Supreme Court (“SC”) of 10 January 2017, (III SK 61/15) concerning the alleged abuse of dominant position by PGNiG S.A. – a Polish natural gas company, the case was referred back to the Court of Appeal in Warsaw (“CA”). The SC found that neither the President of the Office of (...)

325 Review

Małgorzata Kozak Reform of the Polish competition law: Evolution or revolution?

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Poland faces deep changes in competition law due to the fact of entry into force on January, 18th, 2015 of the legislative change to the Act of February 16th, 2007, on Competition and Consumers Protection. The amendment includes, among others, introduction of two-phase merger control procedure, (...)

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