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Ewa Kacperek


Ewa Kacperek
English, Polish, French, German
Practice Group
Intellectual Property

As a counsel leading the Warsaw Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice, Ewa Kacperek focuses on intellectual property, unfair competition, privacy and e-commerce matters. Ewa brings over 15 years’ experience in drafting and opining on IP transfer and licensing agreements, IP and unfair competition litigation, as well as privacy and e-commerce matters. As a litigator, Ewa has appeared before the Polish Supreme Court on a number of occasions, enforcing the trademark rights of her clients. She has represented clients active in areas as diverse as domestic appliances, mobile telephony, and the food and beverage industry. Whether it is complex loyalty schemes, copyrights connected to commercial centres, domain name disputes, or trademark litigation, Ewa quickly gets to the heart of the problem and solves it efficiently.

Keen on techy stuff and with a deep understanding of how the internet and new media work, Ewa is on the same page as her tech-savvy clients. Unusually for a lawyer, she is not interested in the law purely for the sake of the law, but instead uses it to find pragmatic solutions to those issues which confront her clients.Ewa has authored many articles, for both specialist periodicals, and the daily press. In addition to her regular work, she often gives client seminars. Seeing the importance of an understanding of law in peoples’ day-to-day lives, Ewa has co-founded a programme for teaching the basics of law to secondary school students.

Contentious, licensing and unfair competition briefs are dispatched with minimum fuss and maximum impact by practice chief Ewa Kacperek, who is “a pleasure to deal with - commercially aware, efficient, flexible and erudite.

WTR 1000, 2015

Representative experience

Advising a number of real-estate funds on copyrights to architectural drawings issues.

Education and admissions


  • Jagiellonian University in Kraków, 2006
  • Center for American Law Studies, Warsaw University, 2000
  • M.A., Warsaw University, 1999
  • British Center for English and European Union Studies, University of Cambridge, 1997
  • Deutsche Rechtsschule, Warsaw University, 1997


  • Member, International Trademark Association
  • Member, the Circuit Chamber of Legal Counsel in Warsaw

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • International Trademark Association
  • The Circuit Chamber of Legal Counsel


Chambers Europe


Chambers Global, IP


Chambers Global



Chambers Global


Legal 500, IP, 2013


Managing Intellectual Property Magazine


Chambers Europe, IP


WTR 1000

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