Poland: New partners and new department at BSJP
In January, partners Ewa Boryczko and Marcin Kroll joined the BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson. In February, BSJP's office in Poznan was joined by partners Hanna Rubaszewska and Radosław Rubaszewski.
Ewa Boryczko is an expert in commercial law with many years experience in servicing entrepreneurs active in the French language area. She is also experienced in legal service of large entrepreneurs, in particular industrial plants and commercial networks.
Ewa will head the firm's new specialisation, BSJP French, which will be able to provide support to French entities opening in Poland as well as Polish companies doing business in France.
Until present, Ewa was in charge of BMSP law firm, where she was the Managing Partner. Along with her, the office was joined by a team of specialists in the field of intellectual property, and new technologies and labour law.
Marcin Kroll, who was a partner at Act BSWW before joining BSJP, specialises in IP law. He is also a patent attorney and a representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office in respect to trademarks and designs.
Hanna Rubaszewska is an expert in medical law and patients' laws, to include issues pertaining to transplantology. She advises on personal data protection and has been implementing the GDPR in hospitals.
Radosław Rubaszewski specializes in civil, commercial and medical law
Thanks to the extensive experience of the firm's new partners, the transfer significantly strengthens the competences of BSJP law firm, particularly in respect of data protection and medical law.
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