Paweł Podrecki

Paweł Podrecki

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Legal expert with years of experience in the field of intellectual property law, competition law, new technologies law, and civil law. He is a senior partner and co-founder of the Traple Konarski Podrecki i Wspólnicy law firm. In his capacity of attorney and legal advisor, he provides support to the boards of many large Polish and foreign companies operating in Poland. He represents clients in litigation and proceedings before the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection.
Pawel Podrecki is a member of the Competition Law Association and of the Industrial Property Law Association, and an arbitrator for the Court of Arbitration for Internet Domains. He also held the function of arbitrator at the Copyright Commission and the Court of Arbitration of the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw.
He participates in drafting legislation and prepares expert opinions for the Polish Sejm and Senate. He worked with the Civil Law Codification Commission.
At the law firm, he supervises the work of the Industrial Property Law, the Competition and Consumer Protection Law, the Advertising and Sales Promotion Law, and the Life Sciences teams.
Pawel Podrecki combines the practice of law with academic work. He gives lectures and seminars on civil law, industrial property law, competition protection law, and unfair competition law at the Jagiellonian University. He is also a lecturer to postgraduate students attending the Jagiellonian University and the Polish Academy of Sciences, and to trainee attorneys-at-law and patent attorneys.
Pawel Podrecki has been repeatedly recommended in Polish and international rankings of lawyers specialising in intellectual property law and competition law (including Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, WTR1000, Legal 500, Rzeczpospolita).
Pawel Podrecki is the author of numerous publications on intellectual property law and competition law as well as European law issues. He is the editor of the first, and the largest, IT publication “Prawo Internetu” (The Law of the Internet). His monographs include: “Porozumienia monopolistyczne i ich cywilnoprawne skutki” (Monopolistic Agreements and Their Implications in Civil Law) and Srodki ochrony praw wlasnosci intelektualnej (Means of protecting intellectual property rights). He is a co-author of many chapters in the Private Law System in the volumes on Competition law and Industrial property law.

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