Beata Matusiewicz-Kulig specialises in court proceedings and legal advice in the fields of unfair competition law, including unfair advertising, industrial property law, copyright law and civil law. She has experience in managing disputes before courts of arbitration, including the Court of Arbitration for Internet Domains, and proceedings before the Polish Patent Office and EUIPO. At the law firm, she supervises the work of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration team, and is a member of the Intellectual Property Law Practice.
Beata Matusiewicz-Kulig has participated in numerous court proceedings on behalf of leading Polish entities in the telecommunications, pharmaceutical, insurance and FMCG. She represents renowned pharmaceutical companies in court disputes concerning unfair advertising of medicinal products and food supplements. She has experience in cases regarding unfair comparative advertising and misleading advertising.
Beata Matusiewicz-Kulig represents, and provides legal advice to, numerous enterprises operating in the furniture, decoration, industrial, textile, clothing, footwear and sports sectors in disputes regarding the protection of copyrights, industrial designs, community designs and trademarks, including before the Community Court for Trademarks and Community Designs, as well as in disputes before the Polish Patent Office and OHIM, including in cases regarding the declaration of invalidity of designs and trademarks. Beata Matusiewicz-Kulig is also an experienced attorney in court cases regarding infringement of patents, rights to a company name, and personal rights. In such cases, she has represented such entities as leading Polish Internet portals, as well as pharmaceutical companies and renowned businesses from the cosmetics industry.
Her area of expertise also covers the provision of day-to-day legal advice in civil law cases, and court representation in such cases. In particular, she appears in court on behalf of telecommunications and industrial clients in proceedings concerning settlements with contractors and agents. She also provides legal advice to clients in employment-related cases and employer representation in labour law-related court proceedings.
She is a member of INTA (International Trade Mark Organisation)
She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University.
She is fluent in English.