Marta Miszczuk

Affre i Wspólnicy (Warsaw)

Marta Miszczuk is patent attorney at Affre i Wspólnicy. She specializes in industrial property law and competition law. She advises entrepreneurs in the protection of exclusive rights - broadly defined industrial property rights (patents, rights to trademarks, utility models, industrial designs, protection of know-how, technology transfer) and unfair competition, including on the Internet. She has over eight years of experience in competition law initiated with an internship at the European Commission, DG. Competition (cartels). She analyzes the provisions of the agreements for compliance with competition law. She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at Wrocław University and postgraduate studies in Industrial Property Law at Warsaw University. She also studied at the University of Hanover and in Rouen. Member of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys and District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw.

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4880 Bulletin

Marta Miszczuk, Robert Gago The Polish Competition Authority imposes a maximum fine on the incumbent Polish telecom operator for non-implementation of its decision (Telekomunikacja Polska)


President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (the “OCCP”) imposed by way of decision on March 28, 2006 (n° DDI2-423-2/925/00/BC) a fine on Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (“TP S.A.”, the “Company”) of PLN 5,7 million (nearly € 1,5 million), which is equivalent to € 10,000 per each day of (...)

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