Marcin Ręgorowicz

Attorney-at-lawManaging Associate


Attorney-at-law specializing in IT and new technologies intellectual property law. At TKP, Marcin deals with TMT practice, as part of the IT-Tech and Public Procurement law team. Marcin has more than ten years’ experience advising leading Polish and international firms on conclusion and performance of contracts for implementing, maintaining, and developing advanced technological and programming solutions.

He works on projects involving a full range of business models, including implementation of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions, systems using blockchain technology, and AI solutions. Marcin was one of the first lawyers in Poland to specialize in advising on low-code / no-code programming systems. He is also highly experienced in working on data protection matters, litigation, and due diligence projects for corporate takeovers and transformations.

Marcin’s practice has included mainly advising large and medium-sized enterprises, both in the private and in the public sector, primarily in the IT and gamedev sectors, but in the energy sector as well, including as lead lawyer.

He has spoken at numerous industry training sessions and conferences for IT sector representatives. Marcin regularly publishes articles on new technologies and IT law, in particular legal issues relating to IT and low-code / no-code model projects. He studied at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, where he also completed a postgraduate course on intellectual property law at the Intellectual Property Law Chair. He is registered with the Bar Association in Warsaw and is a member of the New Technologies Law Association.

Lawyer recommended in the Legal 500. Holder of AgilePM Foundation certification in project management in agile methodologies.

Marcin has a fluent command of English.

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28 Apr 2023

ChatGPT and intellectual property

The debate on artificial intelligence is ongoing. One of the main topics is intellectual property rights violations. Agnieszka Wachowska and Marcin Ręgorowicz analyze the issue and present potential ways to solve the problem in an article published in The Global IP Directory.

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19 Sep 2023

The Act on Combating Abuses in Electronic Communication: new obligations for telecommunications operators and e-mail providers

On 25 August 2023, the Act on Combating Abuses in Electronic Communication (CAECA) was published in the Polish Journal of Laws. While the act was enacted in full over a long period (starting on the next day after promulgation and continuing for twelve months from the day it took effect), the obligations under the new legislation will mostly begin to apply from 25 September 2023.

12 Sep 2023

Proposal for the new NIST Cybersecurity Framework now revealed

The U.S. NIST recently released an update of a tool of its own design, the Cybersecurity Framework. This upgrade comes as the rate of growth in the field of cybersecurity is increasing, in terms of both legislation and norms, and cyberthreats. The important role played by the NIST means that this upgraded version has major implications for the entire cybersecurity sector.

16 Mar 2023

Council of Europe Convention on Artificial Intelligence

At the beginning of February 2023, the Council of Europe Committee on Artificial Intelligence published the “zero” draft Convention on Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law. The document is dated 6 January, 2023, and is the Council of Europe’s preliminary proposal for the AI future regulatory framework.

15 Feb 2023

ChatGPT in practice – major legal issues

In the intense debate over the growth of artificial intelligence (AI), the system most talked about recently is ChatGPT. Until recently, the technology used in ChatGPT was considered an interesting fact, while now it has suddenly and spectacularly become part of daily life – and commerce as well.

03 Aug 2022

A legislative proposal to amend the Copyright Law and possible change in computer program licensing rules in the Polish IT sector

On 20 June 2022, the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage commenced public consultations on a proposal to amend the Copyright Law of 4 February 1994. The provisions being discussed are intended primarily to transpose Directive (EU) 2019/790 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2019 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market and amending Directives 96/9/EC and 2001/29/EC. Meanwhile, the proposed amendment also includes provisions that may change computer program licensing terms, and this could have significant implications for the Polish IT sector.

05 Apr 2022

Legal issues regarding low-code/no-code programming solutions

Low-code/no-code platform solutions are currently one of the most rapidly growing IT market segments. As use of this model becomes more widespread, it is the cause of a range of challenges when drafting agreements for implementation or maintenance of systems, and this is due to the specific nature of this approach to constructing software.

26 Oct 2021

Body leasing agreements in practice in the Polish IT sector

As it is difficult to find the right specialists on the market, body leasing is an increasingly popular means of finding qualified specialists for specific tasks. This is particularly true of the Polish IT sector. Meanwhile, due to this type of business relationship not being regulated specifically in Polish law, special care is required to protect the parties’ interests when drafting an agreement.

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