August 21, 2019

Magdalena Gad-Nowak

  • Magdalena’s practice focus is intellectual property law and cybersecurity and privacy regulations. She has a wide-ranging experience in handling both copyright and trademark matters. In addition, Magdalena handles issues that relate to unfair competition, brand protection and methods of executing intellectual property rights for a variety of clients in different sectors.

Experience

  • Managing clients’ IP portfolio, handling copyright and trademark infringement, involved in IP litigation, counseling on trademark and copyright licensing transactions, conducting IP due diligence, handling domain disputes, in particular, cybersquatting; applying for trademark registration and conducting opposition proceedings.
  • Conducting full-scale privacy and information security assessments, advising clients on managing risk and security; handling the consequences of data breaches, assuring domestic and international data compliance, advisory on international matters, notably trans-border data transfers within capital groups, assisting clients with compliance strategies and policies and developing data management policies.
  • Assisting US clients in structuring international privacy compliance schemes, in particular, compliance with the Polish and EU data protection regulations; drafting privacy notices as well as internal data protection documentation required under the Polish law (i.e. security policies); registering personal data files and DPOs with the Polish data protection authority and representing clients before it; and, most recently, assisting clients in the application of the GDPR.

Education

  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, LL.M. in Transnational Business Practice, 2008
  • Jagiellonian University, Master of Laws, 2007

Articles in the National Law Review database by Magdalena Gad-Nowak

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