For our clients, we want to be more than just a legal services provider with expertise in our areas of specialization.
We are a team to which clients turn as to a business partner, with enthusiasm, trust and by choice, not by habit or lack of time to look for alternatives.
We are focused on building long-term relationships and trust, so that together with the client we can develop valuable solutions that will pay off in the future. We know from experience that this model works best.
Ewa specializes in intellectual property law, business law and white-collar crime law. She is listed as a professional representatives before EUIPO, the European Union Intellectual Property Office in Alicante.
On a daily basis, she provides legal support to producers of computer games, creators of new technologies, representatives of creative business and people who pursue their ventures with passion and values.
She has experience in providing legal services to international corporations and working in the structures of capital groups. She tries to transfer good practices and high legal standards also to the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises.
She is interested in psychology in business. She loves changes and new challenges. When she needs to slow down, she listens to Ajahn Brahm, practices tai-chi and tries to meditate.
Ewa is a law graduate from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. She held a scholarship at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and graduated from the School of American Law in cooperation with the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law in Washington DC (USA). She completed postgraduate studies in Prevention of Economic Crime, Fiscal Crime and Property Crimes, as well as Postgraduate Studies in Intellectual Property Law, both at the Faculty of Law at University of Warsaw.
She passed the bar exam in Krakow and currently is a member of the Warsaw Bar Association.
Languages: Polish, English, Portuguese.
MARIOLA POSIEWKA - KOWALSKA
Mariola specialises in labour law and personal data protection law.
She gained her professional experience working for many years in the Warsaw branch of an American law firm and in the business environment, as an in-house legal advisor to the company’s management board.
She is well acquainted with the principles of operation of international corporations as well as the specificity of management and business in Polish legal entities.
Mariola is a graduate of the law faculty at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. During her studies she also completed the School of American Law in cooperation with the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law in Washington DC.
She served her legal advisor training at the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Warsaw. She is currently a member of the Regional Chamber of Legal Advisors in Katowice.
Languages: Polish, English.
JUSTYNA DZIK - WYKRĘTOWICZ
Justyna specialises in intellectual property law.
She deals with computer games producers and entrepreneurs from the creative industry. Previously, she co-created the legal department of a capital group comprising of companies from the education, publishing and e-commerce sectors (PWN Group). She also worked in one of the leading Polish law firms, where she gained experience in corporate services for companies and representation of clients in court.
In her free time, she travels around Poland by bike, what she describes on her travel blog. In the evenings, she likes to play The Witcher with a pad in her hand.
Justyna is a law graduate from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
She completed her advocate’s training and is a member of the Bar Association in Warsaw.
Languages: Polish, English.
Katarzyna’s specialization is intellectual property law in the creative industry, legal services and business consulting, as well as personal data protection law.
Katarzyna has experience as an in-house lawyer. She completed the Krakow Intellectual Property Law Summer School under the auspices of the Jagiellonian University, as well as courses on management in the fashion industry.
She is interested in history of fashion, marketing of the fashion industry and contemporary cinematography – including film production. She writes a blog about law in pop culture, listens to inspiring podcasts and loves to read biographies, most often of designers and other figures of the fashion world.
Katarzyna is a law graduate from the University of Lodz. During her studies she also completed the School of German Law. She is currently a trainee advocate at the Warsaw Bar Association.
Languages: Polish, English, German.
Michał specializes in civil law and intellectual property law.
His professional interests include film, interior design, new technologies and computer games. His specialization is legal services for the television industry.
He gained his professional experience in a renowned Warsaw law firm. He also worked as an in-house lawyer in one of the leading production houses on the television market in Poland, where he was responsible for legal care over all stages of the production process and for supporting the management board in the implementation of strategic business processes.
An avid gamer, he is passionate about martial arts, beekeeping and backpacking on various trails and mountains hikes.
Michał is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw. He is currently a trainee advocate at the Warsaw Bar Association.
Languages: Polish, English.