Bartłomiej Łącki

Attorney-at-lawSenior Associate


At the Law Firm, Bartłomiej works  in the Media Communication & Entertainment Team. His interests include new technologies and e-sport.

He specializes in Internet law, advertising and promotion law, copyright law, and in the protection of personality rights. He advises Clients in the advertising and food industry and the electronic media market, Clients organizing a broad range of marketing campaigns, and in other sectors.

He gained his professional experience in renowned law firms in Kraków.

Bartłomiej is an attorney-at-law registered with the Warsaw Bar Association. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, where he delivered his master’s thesis on the time limits under the statute of limitations in industrial property law. He also studied piano at the Academy of Music in Kraków.

He advises Clients in Polish and English.

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News 1
03 Apr 2023

Media Law International 2023

We are pleased to inform you that in this year’s edition of the Media Law International ranking Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners Law Firm was, once again, amongst the recommended law firms and ranked TIER 1.

From the editors:
With distinct emphasis on advertising, media and promotional law, Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners brings together leading industry experts. Speaking about the firm, one client said it “earns a place among Poland’s most highly regarded individuals”. Lawyers frequently advise the Polish government on legal issues involving legislative reform. The practice advises multiple Polish and foreign entities operating in the industry.

Blog 2
29 Dec 2022

New rights and obligations related to the supply of digital content or services in Poland

On 1 January 2023, new legislation implementing the Digital Directive will come into force, which will significantly affect the rules for the supply of digital content or services in Poland. This article identifies in general terms the most important changes to the rights and obligations of suppliers of digital content/services and bodies to whom such content or services will be supplied.

01 Apr 2022

Does a YouTuber or TikToker provide VoD services, i.e. whether they are required to register with the Chairman of the National Broadcasting Council

Recently the National Broadcasting Council[1] (KRRiT) has published press releases reiterating that entities that provide VoD services[2] are required to register to be placed on the relevant list. Entities performing that service as at 1 November 2021 were required, under an amendment to the Act on Radio and Television Broadcasting[3], to register by 1 February 2022. Failure to comply with this obligation can lead to an administrative fine of twenty times the average monthly wage in the business sector. The KRRiT’s press releases caused an animated discussion on when and which users of video-sharing platforms (VSPs), i.e. entities posting audiovisual content for example on YouTube, TikTok, Vimeo or Twitch – can classed as VoD providers under that act. This consequently raises the issue of whether they are subject to numerous other obligations placed on them under the act (including obligations due to transposition of Directive (EU) 2018/1808[4].

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