Marta Krzymowska is a patent attorney.
At Patpol, she prepares and conducts the proceedings (including litigation) in the matters of patent applications and utility models before the Polish Patent Office, the European Patent Office (EPO) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). She also conducts research on the legal status, state of the art, patentability and purity.
Marta’s experience in the field of industrial property protection dates back to 2001. Before joining Patpol in 2018, she had worked, among others, as a patent attorney in one of the largest law firms in Poland. She is also a member of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys.
Marta Krzymowska graduated from the University of Warsaw in the field of management. She also holds a degree in engineering from the Warsaw Skłodowska-Curie Collage in the field of computer science and econometrics, with a specialization in information systems – management and administration.
She loves her professional work – especially if she has to confront the Polish Patent Office on whether the submitted invention is patentable. Marta believes that people have great ideas and come up with great new solutions, so she enjoys observing them at work.
Privately, she is a big fan of road cycling, MTB, snowboard and cross-country skiing. She also likes indoor climbing and mountain hiking. As a fan, she is interested in cycling and motor sports, F1 and WEC endurance racing.