Maciej Majewski

Attorney-at-lawSenior Associate


Maciej practice focus is a broad range of intellectual property law and competition law issues, and he advises on cases vis-à-vis authorities and regarding litigation.

He is registered with the Kraków Bar Association. He completed his law degree with distinction at the  Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University, and wrote his master’s thesis on protection of investments in information products, for which he won an award in the XIV Patent Office competition for the best academic paper on intellectual property. He has authored academic articles and other publication on subjects relating to the law. His interests include in particular the legal aspects of the gaming industry.

He speaks fluent English (at C2 level).  

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