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Mr Krzysztof Ciepliński
Intellectual Property Law, Dispute Resolution
Admitted to the Warsaw Bar in 2011, Krzysztof Cieplinski is a partner within Gide’s Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property, and Infrastructure (Projects) practice groups in Warsaw. Krzysztof specialises in commercial dispute resolution, representing Polish and foreign clients before civil, commercial and administrative courts, as well as in domestic and international arbitrations.
He advises on industrial property (including patent law and corporate rationalisation processes), know-how, trade secrets and technology transfer for the implementation of strategic infrastructure projects in heavy industries, as well as on Research & Development projects.
He also advises on intellectual property, including litigation and non-contentious matters relating to distinctive signs, unfair competition and aspects of e-commerce law.
Krzysztof holds a Master’s degree in law from the University of Warsaw, and a Master’s in business law from the University of Poitiers.
Partner – Gide Warsaw (2022)
Counsel at Gide’s Warsaw office (since 2018)
Associate at Gide’s Warsaw office (since 2007)
Polish, French and English
Member of the Licesing Executive Society (Poland) association.
Admitted to the Warsaw Bar of Advocates in Warsaw (2011)
Graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw (2007)
Graduated from the Faculty of Law from the University of Poitiers (2007)
Gide Loyrette Nouel‘s Warsaw team is an integral part of the firm’s global dispute resolution and arbitration practice, often handling cross-border contentious issues alongside colleagues in Paris, London and New York. Areas of expertise include commercial law, real estate, IP and industrial property disputes, as well as unfair competition cases, criminal proceedings and employment litigation. Piotr Sadownik heads the team and specialises in public procurement and IP disputes, as does counsel Krzysztof Ciepliński.