Anna Lasocka

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Anna Lasocka

Anna Lasocka specialises in industrial property law, copyright law and unfair competition law. She also has extensive experience in pharmaceutical law, commercial law, civil law and labour law. She represents clients in litigation and arbitration.

Her experience includes, among others, trademarks, product names and identities. She advises to Polish and international businesses on unfair competition, including imitation of products, advertising and promotional activities and internet sales. Her advice includes also preparation and negotiating of contracts on transferring copyrights and granting licenses, as well as representing clients in matters relating to personal rights protection. She also represents clients in negotiations on internet domain names and in disputes regarding domain piracy.

She advises domestic and foreign pharmaceutical companies on medicinal products advertising law, and represents them in proceedings before Polish General Pharmaceutical Inspector (GIF) and in litigation.

Anna Lasocka has conducted trainings on industrial property law for legal adviser trainees at the Warsaw Legal Advisers’ Chamber. She was also lecturing at seminars on Polish labour law organised by Institute for International Research in Vienna and at seminars on Polish corporate law organised in Germany by local Chambers of Industry and Commerce. She was also lecturing at the Pharmacoeconomics, Marketing and Pharmaceutical Law Studies at the Warsaw University of Technology.

Education and Experience

Anna has joined Łaszczuk & Partners in 2009, when she assumed management of the Intellectual Property and New Technologies Practice.

In the years 1993-2008 she was working with Lovells H. Seisler sp.k. (currently Hogan Lovells) in Warsaw (initially with its predecessor German law firm Boesebeck, Barz & Partner, later Boesebeck Droste).

Anna Lasocka is a 1992 graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. She also studied law at the German universities of Trier and Bonn, where she earned a Master of Comparative Law degree. She was admitted to the practice of law as a legal adviser in 1997.

Practices
Rankings and recommendations
recommended by Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field if intellectual property as a 'problem solver'.
recommended in the field of Information Technology by Who's Who Legal: Telecommunications Media & Technology 2017.
recommended by Best Lawyers® in Poland 2016 ranking in the field of intellectual property.
recommended by Legal 500 EMEA 2016 in the field of intellectual property as "very skilled".
recommended in the field of Information Technology by Who's Who Legal: Telecommunications Media & Technology 2016.