Dominik Gabor

Associate

Bio

At TKP, Dominik works in the Media Communication & Entertainment team. His practice focus is intellectual property law and new technologies law. He provides legal support to clients providing online services for projects involving the implementation of the Digital Services Act. He has a particular interest in copyright law, the Internet, gaming, streaming, and influencer activities.

Dominik is in his second year of doctoral studies at the Doctoral School at the University of Silesia, and is a graduate of that university. Dominik wrote his master’s thesis on fields of exploitation in Polish copyright law, for which he was awarded a Minister of Education and Science distinction in the XIX Polish Patent Office competition for the best academic work on intellectual property. While studying he was awarded the rector’s scholarship for best student.

He is currently chair of the Law Committee of the Doctoral Student Association Council, and is on the Doctoral Student Disciplinary Appeal Committee. Dominik’s other past roles include President of ELSA Katowice and Deputy Chair of the Intellectual Property Law Academic Circle.

He has authored academic articles, most recently on Legal aspects of creativity in the commentary Opolskie Administration and Law Studies 2022, vol. 20, no. 1 – open access. Dominik has participated in international academic conferences and Polish national-level academic conferences.

He speaks fluent English.


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08 Apr 2024

Media Law International ranking

We’re thrilled to announce that in this year’s Media Law International ranking, Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners has once again achieved Tier 1 status and been recognized as one of the top recommended law firms!

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.”

We appreciate this recognition!

Congratulations to the Media, Communication & Entertainment team:
Xawery Konarski,
Piotr Wasilewski, PhD
Anna Jelińska-Sabatowska,
Arkadiusz Baran,
Dariusz Krzak,
Bartłomiej Łącki,
Małgorzata Soppa-Garstecka,
Dominik Gabor,
Agnieszka Stasikiewicz,
Anna Ramotowska.

A big applause to the entire team for your exceptional work and dedication!

Complete rankings are available on the Media Law International website: https://www.medialawinternational.com/poland.html

18 Jan 2024

New practice at TKP: Digital services

Another new practice at Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners!

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.

Events 1
22 Nov 2023

Cyberspace 2023

24 Nov 2023 - 25 Nov 2023

We are pleased to invite you to the scientific conference “Cyberspace 2023” organized by Masaryk University. The goal of the conference will be to explore synergies and perspectives on the upcoming Cyber Resilience Act’s final draft. This workshop will be a unique opportunity to connect with experts from diverse institutional backgrounds and foster meaningful discussions.

Blog 2
19 Feb 2024

Do online shops need to comply with the Digital Services Act?

The EU Digital Services Act (DSA) came into force on 17 February 2024. One of the key objectives of the new legislation is to ensure greater transparency in the area of online services, as well as to better protect users of such services.

13 Sep 2023

Penalties for trash-streaming – legislation to combat harmful content online

Measures are being taken in Poland to pass legislation regulating influencer marketing. The first major step in this direction was measures by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection to address the labeling of advertising content by influencers.

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