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    Ewa Weinar

    Attorney-at-law

    Specialisations:

    Civil law
    Business law with particular emphasis on competition law

    Industries:

    Automotive
    Cosmetics
    Entertainment

    Experience:

    Ewa specialises in civil and commercial law, with a particular focus on competition law.

    Her experience includes ongoing advisory services for companies in the automotive, cosmetics, and entertainment sectors. She advises on all aspects of Polish and EU competition law, including cartels, vertical agreements, and abuse of dominant position. Ewa also deals with cases concerning acts of unfair competition and unfair market practices.

    She advisea both national as well as international entities. Ewa has extensive experience in conducting court proceedings, including the specificity of commercial disputes. She works in Polish, English, and French on a daily basis.

    Education:

    Ewa graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw. She obtained a one-year scholarship in France at Université de Caen Normandie.

    She was also awarded a degree by the Université d’Orléans, where she studied French private economic law, interning in a Parisian court. Ewa participated in the American Law Center program at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, conducted in cooperation with the Georgia State University College of Law.

    She further completed my postgraduate studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences in competition law. Ewa is also a member of the Competition Law Association.

    Publications:

    The President of the Polish Competition Authority Imposes Financial Penalties on Managers for the First Time, published in CEE Legal Matters - a print and online publication for and about lawyers interested and working in Europe's emerging legal markets.

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