"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."
Deals corner | 02.10.2018
The aim of the parties’ cooperation is to create innovative solutions facilitating the continued development of broadband technology and infrastructure.
Deals corner | 10.09.2018
Zendesk, a technology giant, finalised the purchase of the Polish startup Future Simple.
Event | 29.06.2017
On 29 June we’d like to invite you to DZP ITEO Knowledge Session organized within DZP Future project. During the meeting our experts will talk about key legal aspects of business development.
News | 06.05.2016
On 5 June 2016 was held another series of meetings at DZP between Polish start-ups and an investor, as part of the DZP Future project - MedTech meetings - with entrepreneurs from the medical and medical technologies, including telemedicine, sectors.
News | 11.09.2015
The Hurrymedia publishing house has recently published the 12th edition of International IP Law Firms containing a chapter entitled "IP Overview of Poland". This chapter covers the Polish media market and was written by experts in DZP’s IP&TMT Practice, Aleksandra Auleytner and Jakub Kubalski.
Publication | 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.
Deals corner | 30.12.2014
The Public Procurement Office has published and recommended on its website model public procurement documents that DZP lawyers helped to draw up.
Publication | 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.
Publication | 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.
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