Radoslaw Pawluk

Hogan Lovells (Warsaw)
Lawyer (Associate)

Radoslaw Pawluk has been working at Hogan Lovells since November 2009, in the areas of competition, state aid, European founds, unfair competition and commercial law. He is professionally interested in competition law and state aid law. His professional experience covers preparing letters and opinions in proceedings concerning anticompetitive behaviour of entrepreneurs, merger controls, state aid and infringements of the collective interests of consumers and unfair competition practices. In particular, his experience includes the analyzing of commercial agreements, distribution systems and issues concerning rebates. He has participated in advising companies on the implementation of EU law, specifically the REACH Regulation in the chemical sector and other regulatory issues. Radosław graduated the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw and is a graduate of the Centre of American Legal Studies (2009-2010, organized by University of Warsaw). During the 2008/2009 academic year he studied at the Faculty of Law of Utrecht University. Radosław is a member of the Polish Competition Law Association. Since January 2012 Radoslaw has been a trainee legal at the Warsaw Bar Association.

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2258 Bulletin

Ewa Tabor, Radoslaw Pawluk The Polish Competition Authority exempts a price fixing agreement in the tourism sector under Art. 8 of the Competition Act equivalent to Art. 101(3) TFUE for the first time (Association of Rafters)


On 4 November 2011, the President of the Office for Competition and Consumers Protection (the "OCCP" or the "Office") issued a decision in which it discontinued proceedings against the Association of Rafters which fixed prices that tourists have to pay for services of its members. The (...)

Radoslaw Pawluk, Robert Gago The Polish President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection imposes commitments to remedy RPM in a vertical hard core restrictions case concerning gardening products distribution (Scotts Poland)


On 26 April 2011, the President of the Office for Competition and Consumers Protection (the «OCCP» or the «Office») issued a decision in which it found that Scotts Poland sp. z o.o. (the «Scotts» or the «Company»), a subsidiary of Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, applied a resale price maintenance clause in (...)

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