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.
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.
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