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Ms Karolina Marciniszyn
Trademark & Patent Attorney, Head of the Intellectual & Industrial Property Law Practice
Karolina specializes in the management of industrial property rights portfolios, such as trademarks, domain names, industrial designs, patents and utility models.
She advises on matters relating to obtaining exclusive rights, and infringements of industrial property rights. She is highly experienced in industrial property litigation before the common and administrative courts and the PPO (Polish Patent Office) as well as the EPO (European Patent Office), WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for the Internal Market, conducted for clients inter alia from pharmaceutical, FMCG, alcoholic products, construction, banking and the luxury goods sector.
The Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys, The Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group (PTMG), International Trademark Association (INTA), Union of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property (Union-IP);
Karolina Marciniszyn is a lecturer at trademarks in IP Centre, Cracow (Centrum Praw Własności Intelektualnej im. H. Grocjusza w Krakowie)
The Jagiellonian University of Kraków (Master of Law, 2003), The University of Warsaw (Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law, 2007)
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The department at Kochanski & Partners is focused on trade mark protection work, and the team has substantial experience in trade mark litigation and defence. The group also has expertise in domain name issues, including negotiations, recovery and litigation. The department is jointly led by Karolina Marciniszyn, who is an expert in industrial property litigation, and name partner Piotr Kochanski.
In early 2019, the team at Kochanski & Partners benefited from the arrival of former sole practitioner Maciej Mackiewicz, an expert in cybersecurity issues with a particular focus on cyber-crime and forensics, who now leads the department. Areas of expertise also include the implementation of cloud computing in the banking sector. Karolina Marciniszyn is another name to note, with substantial experience in industrial property litigation.