In disputable situations, we first seek an amicable solution. Especially in the area of new technologies, litigation is the last resort, as time is of the essence. However, there are situations where a courtroom is unavoidable.
We represented a publisher in a dispute with an author who demanded an increase in remuneration under Article 44 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act.
W zakończonym ugodą sporze dotyczącym rozliczeń między zamawiającym, wykonawcą i podwykonawcami wdrożenia systemu IT dla podmiotu publicznego, wspieraliśmy naszego klienta, podwykonawcę.
We represented a publisher of a popular cybersecurity website in a case of an alleged infringement of personal interests in connection with the publication of an article presenting the results of a journalist's investigation.
We have represented OTT television operators in a number of precedent-setting must carry/must offer cases. The cases were brought before both administrative and common courts. The crux of the disputes was the relation of the provisions of the Broadcasting Act to the requirements of the Copyright and Related Rights Act.