Partner, Patent attorney

ul. Twarda 4
00-105 Warszawa
tel.: (+48) 22 850 10 10
fax: (+48) 22 697 63 72

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Anna Sokołowska-Ławniczak, PhD

She advises on every aspect of the industrial property law: from elaborating strategy of protection of particular subject of industrial property to maintaining or enforcing industrial property rights in Polish, European and international procedures.

Anna has an extensive experience in litigations before the Polish Patent Office and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market, as well as court disputes concerning industrial property, combating unfair competition, and copyright law.

She also advises on issues connecting industrial property law and other fields of law such as advertisement, marketing, and public relations. She provides legal opinions on issues concerning admissibility of registration of marks,  indicators and other subjects of intellectual property, use of markings in trade or promotion campaigns. She runs complex projects related to obtaining and maintaining the protection of industrial property rights.

Her clients include companies from such industries as: food, footwear, pharmaceutical, research, and development as well as various sectors of light industry. In our law firm she manages the industrial property team of the Intellectual Property practice.

Anna Sokołowska-Ławniczak honed her skills through a cooperation with a law firm specialising in intellectual property protection based in Brussels, as well as with an international law firm with registered office in Warsaw, on projects under the pharmaceutical law.

She holds a doctorate degree in law (she defended her dissertation concerning trademark law in 2014 at the Lorraine University in France). Graduate of Faculty of Law at the Gdańsk University as well as of postgraduate studies on television, cinema and multimedia law at the Jean-Moulin University in Lyon in France, and post-graduate studies on industrial property law at the Warsaw University.

She provides legal advice in Polish, English, and French.