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KR√ďLOWEJ JADWIGI 170, 30-212 KRAK√ďW, POLAND
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Krakow, Warsaw

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Poland

Competition/antitrust
Competition/antitrust - ranked: tier 2

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

Competition law is a key competency of the team at¬†Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners, which handles abuse of dominance, cartels, price-fixing, boycott, big-rigging and market sharing matters. The group has significant experience in representing clients in anti-monopoly and merger control proceedings before the UOKiK and European Commission, as well as competition-related litigation. The team is co-led by¬†PaweŇā Podrecki¬†and¬†Tomasz Targosz. On the advisory front, Podrecki assisted the Polish Association of Ready Mixed Concrete Producers with the establishment of a competition law compliance programme.¬†Jan Byrski¬†is representing the Polish Trade and Distribution Organisation in antitrust litigation against various banks following the UOKiK's judgment that they had engaged in anti-competitive behaviour relating to interchange fees.

Leading individuals

PaweŇā Podrecki - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 1

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners' team of 'top professionals' have developed an impressive practice in intellectual and industrial property law, as well as copyright services.¬†Agnieszka Schoen¬†and co-founder¬†ElŇľbieta Traple¬†are instructed by the Association of Polish Filmmakers in a number of contentious matters, including remuneration and copyright proceedings.¬†PaweŇā Podrecki¬†and¬†Anna SokoŇāowska-ŇĀawniczak¬†assist Lotte Wedel with trade mark and patent issues, as well as IP litigation.

Leading individuals

ElŇľbieta Traple - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

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TMT
TMT - ranked: tier 2

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners' team of 'outstanding experts'¬† stands out for its ability to handle complex tasks involving analysis across several CEE jurisdictions. In a particularly impressive matter, 'distinguished' department head and co-founding partner¬†Xawery Konarski¬†advised the City of¬†WrocŇāaw on the adaptation of the IT system, used for managing public education, for GDPR compliance.¬†Agnieszka Wachowska¬†is assisting¬†Agencja Rozwoju Mazowsza with all matters arising from its Internet for Mazovia project, which receives European Regional Development funding.¬†Jan Byrski¬†has expertise in fintech matters.

Leading individuals

Xawery Konarski - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

Next generation lawyers

Agnieszka Wachowska - Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners

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