He joined SK&S in 1994 and became partner in 2002. He specializes in industrial property law, unfair competition law and copyrights. He has advise on disputes concerning trademarks (e.g. leading car producers, leading world’s software producers, a Far East producer of watches and many more), unfair advertising (e.g. leading multinational chain of stores, leading national wholesaler), and industrial designs (e.g. leading regional building materials industry, FMCG producers). He led the first biotech patent disputes in Poland. A part of his practice is advisory on general IP matters, including IP transactions and restructuring, and in developing advertising campaigns (e.g. to a leading sportswear producer). Recently, he has also assisted a couple of clients with respect to copyright infringements of architectural designs. He has also a broad experience in contract law and company law, as in the 1990s, he was a member of M&A practice.
He is a co-author of 3 chapters of the Polish leading commentary on Unfair Competition Law (Szwaja, Warsaw 2013), which deal with protection of trade secrets as well as protection of designs based on slavish imitation claims. He is also an active domain name arbitrator at Polish and European panels.