Dr Aleksandra Auleytner > Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka
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IP&TMT Practice


Partner and Head of the IP&TMT Practice, specialising in intangible rights, copyright law, industrial property law, and new technologies and e-commerce law. Advises technology sector companies, especially on implementation, maintenance and other agreements typical of the IT sector, advertising agencies, TV stations, food and clothing manufacturers, and e-shop operators. Participates in broadband network infrastructure construction projects and e-health projects. Advises in proceedings over goods that infringe intellectual property rights being admitted to customs area. Specialises in selected aspects of EU law dealing with state aid issues, including regulations on the functioning of structural funds and the Cohesion Fund. Advises on infrastructure projects related to raising public funds as part of services of general economic interest, particularly companies in the rail, air and municipal transport sectors and the Ministry of Regional Development and the Ministry of Infrastructure.


Aleksandra joined the firm in 2000.


Member of the District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw; member of the European Privacy Association (EPA) Scientific Committee.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > TMT

Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka‘s core competencies include media law, covering publishing, television and radio broadcasting, the video games sector, and IT projects relating to healthcare. The group is led by telecoms, internet, e-commerce and data privacy specialist Aleksandra Auleytner and includes counsel Wojciech Dziomdziora, an expert in TMT-related consulting management and public affairs.

Poland > Intellectual property

The team at Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka handles all aspects of industrial property law, including patents, trade marks, industrial designs and geographical indications. In addition, the group has developed particular expertise in copyright matters arising from architectural works, computer software, film and music. Drawing on expertise in media and telecoms, it also handles personal property protection issues, e-commerce projects, new technologies and internet law. Aleksandra Auleytner heads up the department.