Dorothy Hansberry-Bieguńska is a competition law expert with significant litigation experience. She was a senior litigator in the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division and an advisor to several competition authorities in Central Europe. As a general counsel and executive of two large media companies, she understands well the commercial realities of clients.
Małgorzata Krasnodębska-Tomkiel, a Polish solicitor and doctor of law. From 2008-2014, she served as the Chairman of the Polish Competition Authority, where she managed an organization of over 460 employees, which included nine Regional offices. As Chairman, she was responsible for the enforcement of the EU and Polish competition laws in Poland.
Grzegorz Materna, a Polish solicitor with a PhD in Competition Law, is a former director of the Polish Competition Authority where he was responsible for the Polish Authority’s investigations and enforcement of violations of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU and the Polish Competition Act’s equivalents.
Antoni Bolecki is a solicitor with a PhD in Economics in Management. He has wide and proven expertise in representing clients before regulators and courts of all instances. His practice has focused on competition and consumer protection, unfair competition, and regulatory matters. For fourteen years, he has been advising clients from a range of sectors including: banking and finance, FMCG, manufacturing, and TMT.
Dorota Podsiedzik-Malec is a solicitor and former director of the Legal Department at the OCCP. She also worked as a Director of the Department of Construction Products at the General Office of Building Control (Polish: GUNB). She has a wealth of experience in competition and consumer protection law, as well as knowledge of Polish and EU regulations concerning legal and technical requirements for products, such as construction products, sold in Poland and in other parts of the EU.