Piotr Dynowski

Bird & Bird (Poland)
Lawyer (Partner)

Piotr is a partner and co-head of the Intellectual Property and TMT groups, based in Warsaw. Today, he leads the team advising the clients on intellectual property (copyrights, trade marks, designs and patents), media and advertising, telecommunications and e-commerce and unfair competition. He helped clients in devising complex strategies for protecting their intellectual property and trade secrets. He represents them in IP litigation at all levels, in particular in patent matters, and assist them in complex technology transactions. He also advises on regulatory issues, in particular in media, telecommunications, life sciences and gaming and gambling sectors. You’ll find him recommended as a leading IP lawyer in the Intellectual Asset Management Patent 1000, in addition to being rated in the Legal 500, Chambers Global and Europe, World Trademark Review 1000 and Managing IP directories. He is a lecturer at the Hugo Grotius Intellectual Property Law Centre in Warsaw and Jagiellonian University in Kraków, and lectured at the SAR Marketing Communications Association between 2005 and 2010. He is a legal expert in IP/TMT at the Polish Chamber of Commerce and at the Polish Chamber of Information Technologies and Telecommunications.

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Piotr Dynowski, Marcin Alberski The Polish Competition Authority clears a takeover of assets between two parties involved in the production and distribution of personal care products (Cussons / Sarantis)

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In March 2020, the Polish Competition Authority ("UOKiK") announced that in late February 2020 it cleared Sarantis’ takeover of assets belonging to PZ Cussons International and PZ Cussons Polska ("Cussons"). All parties involved produce and distribute personal care products. In fact, the (...)

Marcin Alberski, Piotr Dynowski The Polish Competition Authority fines €28,5 million a cars importer for misleading customers on the level of exhaust gas emissions and affecting how consumers’ legitimate complaints were considered by car dealers (Volkswagen)

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Following four years of proceedings, the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (’’UOKiK’’) fined Volkswagen Group Poland (a Polish importer of Volkswagen Group cars) for misleading customers about the level of exhaust gas emissions and affecting how consumers’ legitimate complaints were (...)

Marcin Alberski, Piotr Dynowski The Polish Competition Authority fines €40 million a company in the energy sector for not providing requested information during an investigation (Engie)

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On 7 November 2019, the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection ("UOKiK") imposed a PLN 172 million (EUR 40 million) fine on Engie Energy Management Holding Switzerland AG ("Company") for not providing requested information. The fine was imposed due to the lack of response to (...)

Marcin Alberski, Piotr Dynowski The Polish Competition Authority imposes a fine for abuse of contractual advantage in relations between a buyer and a supplier in the food sector (Fruit Polska)

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The Polish Act on Counteracting the Unfair Use of Contractual Advantage in the Trade in Agricultural and Food Products (the “Act”) applies to all contracts for supply of agricultural and food products (i.e. between supermarkets or retail chains and food producers, as well as food producers and (...)

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