Bartosz Turno

WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr (Warsaw)
attorney-at-law, partner

Bartosz is a partner and member of the competition law practice at WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr. He holds a Ph.D. in law and is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland) and of the University of London – King’s College London where he earned an LL.M. in Competition Law. Prior to joining the Firm, Bartosz worked as case-handler for the Polish Competition Authority. He was also a trainee at the DG Competition Cartel Unit of the European Commission in Brussels and worked at the Brussels office of Skadden Arps. He is a lecturer at Postgraduate Diploma in Competition Law at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. Bartosz is also a member of the University of Warsaw Centre for Antitrust and Regulatory Studies (CARS), the Competition Law Association and Non-Governmental Advisor, which is a part of International Competition Network cartel subgroup. In 2013 his Ph.D. thesis on leniency programs was awarded in the XLVIII Polish Nationwide Competition organized by „Państwo i Prawo” monthly magazine for the best habilitation and PH.D. thesis. He is an author of numerous publications on EU and Polish competition law, inducing a publication on leniency and a co-author of an Act on Competition and Consumer Protection Commentary and of an Act on Damages for Infringement of Competition Law Commentary. He is recommended by Chambers Europe and The Legal 500 in the area of Competition/antitrust as well as features in Who’s Who Legal Competition Lawyers and Future Leaders.

Linked authors

WKB Wiercinski Kwiecinski Baehr (Poznan)
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Brussels)

Articles

3102 Bulletin

Bartosz Turno, Katarzyna Bojarojć The Polish Competition Authority mulls over RPM agreements with elements of hub-and-spoke arrangements in the market for pay-TV services (Sports Broadcasting)

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In the decision of 21 August 2013 in Sports Broadcasting, the Polish competition authority (Urząd Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów, the UOKiK), had the uncommon opportunity of analysing resale price maintenance (RPM) agreements with elements of hub-and-spoke arrangements. This is the fifth case (...)

Aleksander Stawicki, Bartosz Turno The Polish Competition Authority imposes a financial penalty on the electricity distributor for the delay in issuance of the connection conditions for wind farms’ access to electricity grid (ENEA Operator)

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The Polish competition authority imposed a fine of PLN 11 million (approx. EUR 3 million) on ENEA Operator S.A., a company distributing electricity in the northwestern Poland, which serves over 2,5 million customers. The President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (“the OCCP (...)

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