patent attorney

Katarzyna Krupa-Lipińska

Se specislises in intellectual property law, including industrial property law, mainly trademark law, industrial design law and combating unfair competition. Se represents Clients before the Polish Patent Office, the European Intellectual Property Office and Polish courts. She also advises Clients on matters related to the protection of other intangible assets, including patents, utility models, personal rights.

She is an academic lecturer, assistant professor at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He lectures m.in intellectual property law, industrial property law, European Union Trade Mark and Community Design Law.

Katarzyna is a graduate of Law (2007) and Administration (2007) at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and numerous courses and trainings, including m.in in the field of intellectual property law: Postgraduate Studies in Intellectual Property Law (University of Warsaw), Postgraduate Studies in Intellectual Property Protection.

She is the author of Polish and foreign publications in the field of civil law and industrial property law.

She is the Dean of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie District of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys and a member of the National Council of Patent Attorneys.

Publications and events:

A favourable judgement – lost profits

A favourable judgement – lost profits

We are pleased to announce that in one of the cases conducted by us a final judgement of a Court of Appeal was issued, in which nearly 300.000,00 PLN was adjudicated in favour of our Client.

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The meaning of earlier trademarks

The meaning of earlier trademarks

In the opposition registration system the registrar (e.g. the Patent Office of the Republic of Poland or EUIPO) examines only absolute grounds of refusal.

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00-764 Warsaw
tel. +48 664 948 372
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