Jakub Kubalski

Senior Associate

"Legal advice is like a co-op video game – together with the client we solve puzzles, defeat foes, and at the end of the campaign, reflect on the path we've taken together and on the experience gained."

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  • Specialises in intellectual property law and examines various aspects of the internet and other electronic media on a day-to-day basis.
  • He has experience advising Polish and foreign telecommunication firms and software companies.
  • He represented clients in court proceedings over infringements of intellectual property rights.
  • He also advised on many IP right sale or licence transactions, and on drawing up relevant legal opinions, with special focus on collective administration of copyrights.
  • He has experience drafting and negotiating contracts characteristic of the television, film, marketing, and eCommerce industries as well as regulations on product labelling, and particularly on bar codes.
  • He managed various projects related to agreements with consumers, including consumer credit agreements.
  • He also advised in proceedings conducted by the President of the Competition and Consumers Protection Office, the President of the Energy Regulatory Office, and the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection.
  • He advised and was involved in negotiations on many projects for computer game companies, including on game of chance matters.
  • Member of the District Chamber of Advocates in Warsaw.
  • Participant of a course in US law organised by Levin College of Law (University of Florida).
  • Participant of the Advanced Summer School on Trademarks, Washington D.C., organised by WIPO and USPTO.

verbundene Artikel

  • DZP summary: IP Overview of Poland

    Veröffentlichung | 30.07.2015

    Recent developments in IP field in Poland: The year 2014 marked a year of not-so-little change in terms of legal requirements towards marketing in general and online game marketing in particular.


  • International Licensing - Poland

    Veröffentlichung | 10.10.2011

    The licensor uses a licence to grant the right to use that intellectual property to a third person. The licensee does't become the owner or holder of the right but merely acquires the right to use the intellectual property under the terms of the licence.


  • New DZP report on customs detention

    Veröffentlichung | 29.11.2010

    We are pleased to present to you our Report on the Scale of Customs Seizures of Goods Suspected of Infringing Intellectual Property Rights in Poland and the EU written by lawyers in IP&TMT Practice.