Joanna Piłka is a Patent Attorney in the Trademark and Industrial Design Department.
She deals with issues related to the protection of trademarks, industrial designs and internet domains. Joanna develops strategies and provides advice on the protection of brands and industrial designs, draws up legal opinions, examines the registrability of trademarks and industrial designs. She is also experienced in conducting application proceedings and disputes: objections, applications for cancellation
Joanna represents clients in administrative and dispute proceedings before the Polish Patent Office, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and in administrative court.
She has been working at Patpol since 2000. On a daily basis, she cooperates with clients from the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and IT industries, as well as serving companies in the field of new technologies and banking.
She is a member of INTA and the ECTA Design Committee and also a member of the Training Committee of the PIRP (Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys).
Joanna is a graduate of the Faculty of Management and Economics at the Lazarski University in Warsaw. She has also completed postgraduate studies in Industrial Property Law at the University of Warsaw and Postgraduate Studies in Applied Informatics at the University of Natural Sciences and Humanities in Siedlce.
Joanna Piłka regularly conducts lectures, training courses and presentations on intellectual property issues, in particular trademarks and industrial designs, thus contributing to the fulfillment of Patpol’s mission of promoting knowledge in the field of intellectual property.