Justyna has years of experience representing clients in complex commercial disputes, often of a precedent-setting nature. She has particularly rich experience in disputes related to banking outsourcing, patent violations, authors’ rights and fair competition, including trade secrets and advertising. Her clients include one of the largest banks on the Polish market and several drug producers, for whom she uses her broad experience in Poland’s first patent disputes. Justyna also works on a diverse range of other corporate disputes. The range of precedent-setting cases she has handled includes the first-ever claims for payment of subsidies granted by the Polish Film Institute for an international co-production (Pokłosie [Aftermath], 2012), and representing the artist Piotr Uklański in matters related to appropriation art.
Justyna’s experience in arbitration also includes work as an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce (SAKiG) in matters related to unfair competition. She is a frequent speaker at conferences, including international events concerning industrial property and fair competition, and has conducted a range of trainings in this area. Before joining the firm, Justyna gained experience in Poland’s largest law firm at the time, and in an international firm. In 2006 she received a Ph.D. degree in industrial property at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Warsaw University. She is an advocate and a member of the Warsaw Bar Association, as well as the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property AIPPI. The Legal 500 EMEA recommends Justyna in the area of dispute resolution.