We are pleased to announce the release of The Legal 500: Competition Litigation Country Comparative Guide, in which Hansberry Tomkiel wrote the chapter on Poland.
The aim of this guide is to provide its readers with a pragmatic overview of the law and practice of competition litigation across a variety of jurisdictions. Each chapter of this guide provides information about the current issues affecting litigation and dispute resolution in a particular country and addresses topics such as competition damages claims, as well as insight and opinion on the litigation process and any upcoming legal changes planned for their respective country. The entire guide is available under the following link: The Legal 500: Competition Litigation Country Comparative Guide.
The new volume of „internetowy Kwartalnik Antymonopolowy i Regulacyjny” (Eng. “Internet Anti-Monopoly and Regulatory Quarterly”; No. 1/2022), edited by a lawyer of our law firm, Grzegorz Materna, was published. The publication is devoted to the problems of competition protection at the juncture of various fields of law. This issue of iKAR also contains text (a report from an INP PAN seminar on the current trends in EU antitrust case law regarding new technologies) by another member of our firm, Kamil Flis.
Małgorzata Krasnodębska-Tomkiel and Grzegorz Materna from the Hansberry Tomkiel law firm are co-authors of the Energy Regulatory Office’s jubilee publication entitled “On the way to safe and clean energy, or how to rewrite the market – 25 years of regulation of the energy markets in Poland.” The publication was made public today, April 28, 2022. The chapter written by our lawyers is entitled “From the perspective of the energy consumers of yesterday and today: Where are we when it comes to consumer protection in the energy market and earlier, was it easier to protect weaker market players? “
Ms Hansberry-Bieguńska will take part in the “Review of National Developments Across Six Key Jurisdictions” panel at Informa Connect’s Private Enforcement of Competition Law conference, which will take place on Thursday 31st March in Brussels. Along with Ms Hansberry-Bieguńska, the other speakers on the panel are:
Kim Dietzel, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Thomas Funke, Partner, Osborne Clarke
Rick Cornelissen, Partner, Houthoff
Paul Hitchings, Managing Partner, Hitchings & Co
Rino Caiazzo, Founding Partner, Caiazzo Donnini Pappalardo & Associati
Our lawyers participated in the Institute’s webinar on the new rules on counteracting the unfair use of a contractual advantage. Mec. Małgorzata Krasnodębska-Tomkiel, one of the three speakers, delivered a speech on new statutory catalogues of forbidden practices and of practices conditionally permitted. Grzegorz Materna moderated the webinar, which was attended by over 90 practitioners and academics.