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Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP

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Ewa Kacperek

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Intellectual Property, Media and Technology

Position

As a counsel leading the Warsaw Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice, Ewa Kacperek focuses on intellectual property, unfair competition, privacy and e-commerce matters. Ewa brings over 15 years’ experience in drafting and opining on IP transfer and licensing agreements, IP and unfair competition litigation, as well as privacy and e-commerce matters. As a litigator, Ewa has appeared before the Polish Supreme Court on a number of occasions, enforcing the trademark rights of her clients. She has represented clients active in areas as diverse as domestic appliances, mobile telephony, and the food and beverage industry. Whether it is complex loyalty schemes, copyrights connected to commercial centres, domain name disputes, or trademark litigation, Ewa quickly gets to the heart of the problem and solves it efficiently.

Career

M.A., Warsaw University, 1999

Languages

English, German, French, Polish

Member

Member, International Trademark Association; Member, the Circuit Chamber of Legal Counsel in Warsaw


Poland

Healthcare and life sciences

Within: Healthcare and life sciences

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's team has strength in life sciences-sector disputes, but it also works closely with the firm's employment, IP, TMT, competition and corporate departments to offer clients a full service. Senior associate Agnieszka Majka, who has notable expertise in product liability, leads the team and regularly handles investigations, white-collar investigations and fraud-related matters. Ewa Kacperek successfully defended Icos Corporation in patent invalidation proceedings brought by two Polish pharmaceutical companies pertaining to the client's drug, Tadalafil. Marek Wroniak is advising two Mylan Group companies on employment law issues, such as restrictive covenants and global confidentiality agreements.

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Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's team is instructed on the gamut of contentious and non-contentious IP rights issues, including trade marks, industrial designs, patents and copyrights. Team leader Ewa Kacperek successfully acted for Icos Corporation in patent invalidation proceedings brought by two Polish pharmaceutical companies in relation to Tadalafil.

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